Wild Dried Schisandra Chinensis Wu Wei Zi Five Flavor Berry Herbs

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Overview
Quick Details
Type:
Crude Medicine
Place of Origin:
Northeast of China
Style:
Preserved
fruit tea:
Schisandra
Chinese name:
Wuweizi
Color:
Red
MOQ:
10kg
Grade:
Food
Source:
Herb Seeds
Part use:
Fruit
Origin:
China Mainland
Supply Ability
Supply Ability:
500 Kilogram/Kilograms per Day
Packaging & Delivery
Packaging Details
1kg Schisandra pack in one bag
Port
Tianjin
Lead Time :
Quantity(Kilograms) 1 - 10 >10
Est. Time(days) 10 To be negotiated

 Schisandra, Wu wei zi

Instruction:

 

Schisandra chinensis is a woody vine which bears numerous clusters of tiny, bright red berries. The vine is typically of height 15 to 25 feet and width 5 to 10 feet. It flowers from April to May, with flowers of diameter about 1 inch.
The plant is found throughout northern and north-east China (especially in Jilin, Lianoning, Heilongliang and Hebei) and the adjacent regions of Russia and Korea. The fully ripe, sun-dried fruit is used medicinally. It has a mixture of sour, sweet, salty, hot, and bitter tastes. This unusual combination of flavors is reflected in its Chinese name wu-wei-zi, meaning "five-taste fruit". Other names of Schisandra are "Schisandra", "Wu-wei-zi", "Schisandra japonica", "Maximowiczia chinensis" and "Kadsura chinensis".