Schisandra Extract

Schisandra (Schisandra chinensis) is a plant whose deep red berries have long been used in traditional Chinese medicine. Schisandra is a deciduous climbing vine native to China and Russia that thrives in almost all types of soils.



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Schisandra extract powder Specifications

Schisandra extract powder
Schisandra is a plant. The fruit is used as food and also to make medicine. Schisandra is used as an “adaptogen” for increasing resistance to disease and stress, increasing energy, and increasing physical performance and endurance.
Pharmaceutical field; health care product field; cosmetic field; food field.
Storage Temp:
Brown powder


What is Schisandra extract powder?

Schisandra (Schisandra chinensis) is a plant whose deep red berries have long been used in traditional Chinese medicine. Schisandra is a deciduous climbing vine native to China and Russia that thrives in almost all types of soils.
In traditional Chinese medicine, schisandra is considered an “adaptogen,” meaning a plant or herb that balances the body’s functions and maintains homeostasis.
The berry itself is often called “five-flavor berry” because it possesses all five of the basic flavors of Chinese herbal medicine: salty, sweet, sour, spicy, and bitter. Having these flavors means that it can benefit all five yin organs: the liver, lungs, heart, kidneys, and spleen.

Schisandra extract powder uses?

Schisandra is also used for preventing early aging and increasing lifespan, normalizing blood sugar and blood pressure, stimulating the immune system, and speeding recovery after surgery. It is also used for treating liver disease (hepatitis) and protecting the liver from poisons.

Schisandra extract powder benefits

  • Stress & Anxiety: Research surrounding Schisandra is fairly conclusive in the fact that it is a powerful anti-anxiety herb, in addition to its ability to boost ones mood through lowering stress levels and enhancing mental performance
  • Longevity
  • Anti-Inflammatory
  • Skin Health

Schisandra extract powder dosage

In the United States, schisandra is most often found in capsule, tablet, extract, or powder formulations. The dried berries can be purchased online and eaten as you would dried goji berries. Schisandra powder, berries, and seeds can all be used to make medicinal tonics and teas. Fresh berries are not readily available.
There are no universal guidelines directing the appropriate use of schisandra remedies. As a rule of thumb, never exceed the dose recommended by the product manufacturer. Most commercial extracts can be safely consumed at doses of between 500 and 2,000 milligrams daily. Schizandra supplements are generally prescribed at a daily dose of 500 to 1,000 milligrams.

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