In Chinese herbalism, all herbs contain one
or several of the 5 flavors: sweet,
sour, spicy (pungent), salty and bitter.
five flavors represent different functions of the human body.
The five flavors also are attracted to and nourish different organs. Sourness
enters the Liver, bitterness enters the Heart, sweetness enters
spiciness enters the Lungs and saltiness enters the Kidneys.
It is ideal to consume all five flavors in our daily diet to maintain internal
balance and proper organ nourishment.
is the only herb that contains all five flavors.
The very name of Schizandra in Chinese, Wu Wei Zi,
means “Five Flavors Fruit.”
Schizandra has earned a reputation as the “quintessential tonic
herb” because it can benefit all five primary organs and nurtures all
five Elemental Energies of the human body in Traditional Chinese Medicine
(TCM): Wood (Liver), Fire (Heart), Earth (Spleen), Metal (Lungs) and Water (Kidneys).
Schizandra also supplies energy to all 12
energy meridians, making it a complete body tonic. To top it off, Schizandra tonifies all 3 Treasures, Jing, Qi and Shen.
Schizandra is famous in the Far East for
promoting beauty, intelligence, sexual vitality, wisdom, endurance and powerful
lungs. Schizandra is one of the safest and most effective cleansing herbs in
the world, and is especially protective of the liver, skin and brain.
can be consumed daily throughout one’s lifetime as an anti-aging herb and
to promote longevity.*
Ingredients: Northern Schizandra
fruit, maltodextrin (A bidning
agent, enzymatically delivered from plant starch. May contain
a trace amount of corn or wheat).
Add 1 teaspoon (2g) of Schizandra eeTee™ powder
to 6oz. of water, hot or room temperature, stir or shake until the powder
completely dissolves. For iced tea, use room temperature water to dissolve the
powder first then add ice. You may flavor the tea with sweeteners, fruits, or
herbal tinctures. You may also adjust the amount of Schizandra eeTee™ to
your liking. 1-4 servings per day.
Remember Ron Teeguarden’s “First Rule of
Tonic Herbalism,” summed up in a single word – Compliance. If you
don’t take the herbs, they won’t work.”
statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended
treat, cure or prevent any disease.