SCHISANDRA ROSE Elixir | Quintessence of Tonic Herbs

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Schisandra Berry is one of the queens within tonic herbalism, as she embodies the unique trait of containing the five flavors. In Traditional Chinese Medicine, flavors are seen as energetic signatures within a plant, demonstrating its distinct healing traits. The five flavors it contains are sweet, bitter, salty, sour and pungent, directly signaling its all encompassing and highly medicinal nature. In TCM the five flavors directly relate to the five yin organs: Liver, Lungs, Heart, Kidneys and Spleen. 

Schisandra is called the “quintessence of tonic herbs” by Taoist masters. It is the only herb known to be perfectly Yin-Yang balanced, to contain all three Treasures (Jing, Qi and Shen), to nurture all five Elements (Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal and Water) and to enter all twelve energy channels (meridians) of the human body. 

One of Schisandra’s key elements is its adaptogenic nature: it’s a masterful herb that protects and helps cope against many types of stress and the oxidative damage on a biological, mental and emotional level.* Adaptogens also target our hormonal and limbic system, which directly influences our mood, emotional body, perception and more.*

Key Benefits:

  • May be anti-inflammatory* [R]
  • Can support the body’s antiviral immune response*
  • May be hepatoprotective (liver protective and cleanser)* [R]
  • May be chemoprotective (helps against radiation).*
  • May be anti neurotoxic (protects against nervous system toxicity)* [R]
  • May assist the body in cleansing heavy metal toxicity*
  • Adaptogenic, protects from oxidative stress* [R, R]
  • May improve mental + cognitive performance* [R]
  • Can help balance hormones*
  • Can support protecting the skin*
  • May increase stamina and endurance* [R]
  • Can help to curb menopausal symptoms*


To learn more about this powerful formula, continue reading here: The SUPERNATURAL POWERS of Schisandra BerriesSCHISANDRA: The Adaptogenic Berry with Supernatural Powers

*    These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any diseases.

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Schisandra Berries

Traditional Chinese Medicine sees flavors as energetic symbols within a plant, demonstrating its distinct healing traits. Schisandra berry contains all five flavors (sweet, bitter, salty, sour and pungent) showing its all encompassing and highly medicinal nature--which directly relate to its ability to target the five yin organs, Liver, Lungs, Heart, Kidneys and Spleen. Back in the day it was favored by emperors and court ladies due to its reputation as a youth preserver, beautifier, and sexual tonic. It was revered for its longevity chemistry along with its’ inner and outer beautifying abilities.

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Rose Petals

Rose petals have been used for centuries and renowed for its many healing benefits. Due to its high antioxidant and antiinflammtory properties its been used internally and externally for skin, assisting in eliminating infections, redness, breakouts and as a toner. It has also been used topically for cuts, scars and burns. It's also classically used as an aphrodisiac and it can help as a mild anti-anxiety and mood booster.

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