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Schisandra Berries, Whole - Organic

$18.50
(4 reviews)

Schizandra Whole, (Schisandra chinensis)

“Five Flavor” Tonic Boosts Stamina & Vitality

  • Boosts energy & endurance
  • Promotes healthy liver function
  • Anti-stress tonic

In Traditional Chinese Medicine, Schizandra berry is known as Wu Wei Zi or “five-flavor fruit” because it tastes sweet, spicy, sour, bitter and salty, all at the same time. The popular anti-stress tonic boosts physical stamina, sexual energy, and is a potent liver protector.

Schizandra is a superior adaptogen - it helps your body adapt & cope with physical and mental stress, and generally strengthens major body functions. It has the unique ability to gently energize AND calm at the same time – depending on your body’s needs.

Reap the feel-good benefits of this 2,000 year-old tonic for yourself! Brew the tea or just infuse the dried berries in fruit juice.

ALSO KNOWN AS: Gomishi, Omicha, Wu Wei Zi.

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  • 4
    Tart and tangy berry

    Posted by Michelle Hill on 4th Sep 2018

    I originally bout this for my 9 yr. old son who has adhd, but it didn't seem to work. So I will be using as a tea since it has such great benefits and nutrients.

  • 5
    Whole Organic Schisandra Berries - For Physical Energy & Stamina

    Posted by Elizabeth M on 26th Aug 2018

    After much online research on herbal supplements, I came upon this ancient remedy and berry elixir. It was highly praised for its benefits. A teaspoon or so a day makes a noticeable difference in my available energy throughout the day and when I work out at the gym. I also read it is great for the skin, which is true. Herbally Grounded is an excellent source of these natural berries.

  • 4
    Enjoying the Shisandra Berries I bought

    Posted by Xochitl on 18th Apr 2017

    What a wonderful combination of health benefits and flavors/sensations. I am delighted! Thank you for offering them. Immediately I noticed positive changes as my body responded: kidney function, reproductive feminine system, skin condition, and eye sight! Less senior moments hehehe. I have read that Shisandra berries have to be soaked and then rinsed before simmering them for a tea. I wonder, since they are organic, could I avoid discarding the water they were soaked in and use it for the tea? or is it better to rinse them before making the tea?

  • 5
    Great deal, good quality

    Posted by Marty Miller on 29th Oct 2015

    This is very delicious and healthful plant product. I very much enjoyed making tea with them and my dad enjoyed them as well for their tartness and also their calming effect. I found that they helped me get through stressful 16 hour, overnight work shifts. I bought them for fatigue, memory, and general well being, I saw some improvement on the fatigue front. I highly recommend reading up about this product and trying it out.