Schisandra is a well-known adaptogen herb commonly used in Chinese medical practice for treatment and prevention of viral infections, fatigue, asthenia, loss of appetites, and many other illnesses. In China, Schisandra is classified as a “Qi-invigoration” herb under the “Yang” family. Holistically, “Yang” is viewed as a manifestation of body function supported by various organs and “Qi” is regarded as a vital substance, which is fundamental to life and provides energy for the human body. Schisandra berries are believed to nourish the “Qi” of the heart, kidney, liver, lung, and spleen, with improved energy utilization and increased longevity.
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