Schisandra chinensis has extremely high value in traditional Chinese medicine and can protect the five internal organs of the human body – heart, liver, spleen, lung and kidney. It is rich in organic acids, vitamins, flavonoids, phytosterols and lignans (such as Schisandrin A, Schisandrin B or Schisandrin) with potent restoring effects. It is one of the few medicinal herbs that nourishes Qi and strengthens the liver, improves the efficiency of cells to eliminate waste, supplies more oxygen, builds and uses energy, improves memory and sexual stamina. Specifically:
Astringing the lungs, nourishing the kidneys, promoting body fluids, reducing sweat, and astringent essence. Treatment of lung deficiency, asthma and cough, dry mouth and thirst, spontaneous perspiration, night sweats, fatigue and thinness, nocturnal emission, slippery essence, chronic diarrhea and dysentery.
(1) Astringing the lungs and relieving cough: It is used for cough and asthma due to deficiency of both lungs and kidneys. It is often used in combination with kidney-tonifying drugs.
(2) Astringent essence to stop diarrhea: used for nocturnal emission and chronic diarrhea.
For treatment of nocturnal emission, it is often combined with mulberry octopus and calcined keel; for chronic diarrhea, it is often combined with nutmeg and Gorgon.
(3) Shengjin and astringing sweat: used for thirst and night sweats due to insufficient yin fluid, often with Ophiopogon japonicus and raw oysters.
(4) All the shock and collapse due to the dissipation of qi and blood can be used with tonic.
(5) Other effects: improve vision (including night vision), improve hearing ability, strengthen lungs, relieve respiratory infection problems (such as chronic cough, shallow breathing and wheezing sound when breathing), enhance human immunity and enhance resistance to disease.
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