Schisandra chinensis is a plant well-known in traditional Chinese medicine. Its fruits have been used for treating of many diseases and conditions for a long time. 
Schisandra chinensis (Chinese magnolia vine) is a medicinal and edible plant that contains various bioactive compounds, widely used as an herbal remedy in China, Korea, and many other east Asian countries.
Phytochemical activity of Schisandra fruit is associated with lignans, exhibited considerable antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and neuroprotective properties. These activities has been investigated in hundreds of studies that have confirmed adaptogenic effects, hepatoprotective activity, central nervous system stimulation, modulation of immune system and anticancer potential. These properties may benefit at wide range of health problems, including liver disorders, cerebrovascular and neurodegenerative diseases, anxiety and depression, chronic fatigue syndrome, cancer, and immune system deficiencies. [1, 2, 3]
Schisandra chinensis is a plant well-known in traditional Chinese medicine. The fruit of Chinese magnolia vine was used for treating gastrointestinal diseases, respiratory failure, heart diseases, body fatigue, weakness, insomnia and for increasing vitality, improving mental health and delaying aging.
Schisandra chinensis has its natural habitats in China, Korea, Japan.
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