Top 10 Secrets of Schisandra Berries {+RECIPES}

by lydia on May 7, 2014

Schisandra is known for it’s powerful energizing effect. In fact, traditionally, Siberian hunters used it as a staple food taken on journeys to relieve fatigue. Schisandra is also known for it’s support in those with asthma. Great for insomnia, anxiety, bad dreams, as a liver antioxidant, supportive to the kidneys, anyone with chronic fatigue syndrome. Studies have found it helps to normalize the blood pressure. It’s also a great endocrine suppor…Read More at divinehealthfromtheinsideout.com/2013/07/schisandra-five-flavor-tea/ © Divine Health

Now that you are here perhaps you are wondering what on earth schisandra berries are. Schisandra berries happen to be one of both mine and Jessica’s favorite adaptogenic herbs (see my post on Schisandra HERE, and Jessica’s post on Schisandra HERE).

Schisandra berries are known for their powerful energizing effect. In fact, traditionally, Siberian hunters used them as a staple food taken on journeys to relieve fatigue. Schisandra berries are also known for their support in those with asthma. Great for insomnia, anxiety, bad dreams, as a liver antioxidant, supportive to the kidneys, anyone with chronic fatigue syndrome. Studies have found the berries help to normalize blood pressure. They are also a great endocrine support.

What can’t these berries do? (Well, solve world hunger for one thing).  They are pretty darn amazing, so much so that I can’t recommend them enough! They are known to normalize and strengthen the ENTIRE body. Find out these 10 secrets about schisandra berries and you may just want to start consuming them right away. (Then check out the recipes I’ve got for you)!

Schisandra  berries

  • contain vitamin C and have antioxidant properties
  • raise cellular glutathione levels
  • enhance mitochondrial health
  • good for asthma due to anti-inflammatory and antihistamine effects
  • are cardioprotective, particularly against oxidative-induced damage
  • help to regulate stomach acid production – a common problem these days
  • are known to help improve eyesight, hearing and mental acuity
  • help prevent cancer and work together with chemotherapy
  • antiviral and inhibit HIV
  • a wonderful tonic beneficial to improve your libido and enhance your sex life

To read the rest of the post and get the recipe, head on over to Delicious Obsessions; Top 10 Secrets of Schisandra Berries {+ RECIPES}

 

Schisandra Berry Syrup

 

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Once people experience the mental and physical benefits of this super berry, they will want it as part of their health regimen. – See more at: http://www.medicinehunter.com/schisandra#sthash.L76Guew6.dpuf

Once you experience these ‘secret’ mental and physical benefits of this super berry, you are definitely going to want it as part of your daily health regimen. Have you used schisandra berries in any way before? Share your experience.

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Sources:

  1. “Adaptogens in Medical Herbal Herbalism’, Donald R. Yance, CN, MH, RH (AHG)
  2. Schisandra: Ultimate Superberry

 

 

 

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{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

Renee Kohley May 15, 2014 at 8:54 am

Safe with nursing?

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lydia May 15, 2014 at 11:16 am

Schisandra is not recommend for pregnant or nursing women.

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