Schisandra berries grow on vines and are purple-red in color. The berries have a unique taste that is salty, bitter, pungent, sour and salty at the same time. They can be found in the forests of Northern China and Far East Russia.
Health benefits of Schisandra Berries
1. Reduces Inflammation
Due to its high levels of anti-oxidants, schisandra berries fight free radicals in the body that can otherwise cause inflammation and cancer. This is essential because free radicals can turn off and turn on certain genes that can cause cell deterioration and speed up aging. The berries also prevent the development of atherosclerosis which can harden the arteries and the fruit can also prevent diabetes.
2. Reduces Stress
The schisandra berry is also known as an adaptogenic agent, which means that it balances hormones naturally. This improves our ability to deal with physical and psychological stress which in turn reduces risks of heart and stomach disease. The berries do this by nurturing the adrenal glands and preventing the overproduction of cortisol, the stress hormone.
3. Improves Digestion and Liver Function
The berries also affect the production of liver-friendly enzymes in the body which in turn improves liver function. This is facilitated with improved circulation which in turn improves metabolism that removes toxic waste from the body. Since liver health is linked to disease immunity, regular consumption of schisandra berries prevents stomach infections and other gastrointestinal disorders that can otherwise sap strength and make us lethargic.
Our favorite recipe for Schisandra Berries.
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