Schisandra in chinese is WU WEI ZI (五味子).
Wu wei tea, also name as schisandrae fructus tea, Schisandra tea or wu wei zi tea, is mainly made from Wu wei zi. Wu wei zi is a unique Chinese medicinal material with five medicinal properties: pungent, sweet, sour, bitter and salty. Therefore, wu wei zi tea has many functions, such as enhancing the body's defense ability, promoting the body's metabolism, and reducing transaminase.
Wu wei zi is a Chinese medicinal material with many medicinal properties, but it is also a toxic Chinese medicinal material. Its poisoning reaction is mainly manifested as dry mouth, strange feeling, nausea, fever, headache, fatigue, vomiting, urticaria, etc. If these symptoms appear, stop taking it immediately and seek medical treatment in time.
Wu wei tea has always been a favorite of people. This is because there are many effects and functions of wu wei tea, what are the specific ones? Let's take a look now:
The fruit of wu wei zi (schisandra berry) has very high medicinal value and has been used as medicine since ancient times. So, is the effect of wu wei zi tea the same as that of schisandra fruit? In fact, wu wei zi tea is a very good tonic for human health.
First of all, wu wei zi tea can nourish the internal organs well and play a good role in health care for the whole body. For those who are physically weak, drinking schisandra tea (wu wei zi tea) can effectively strengthen the body and replenish vitality.
In addition, drinking wu wei zi tea can relieve cough, quench thirst and promote body fluid. The pungent and bitter taste of schisandra (wu wei zi) can nourish the lungs, while the sour taste can astringe the lung qi. Therefore, wu wei zi tea has a strong moisturizing effect on the respiratory organs. Moreover, it can effectively remove the dryness and heat in the body, and it also has an excellent curative effect on children who often cough and lung heat.
Finally, wu wei tea also has the effect of benefiting the spleen and stomach, and can be used to treat and relieve symptoms such as vomiting and diarrhea.
In the market, the sales of schisandra berry are very good. I believe you must really want to taste the taste of schizandra berry tea. Let me introduce to you how to make wu wei zi tea, so that you can make this drink with extremely high health benefits by yourself at home.
Raw materials: wu wei zi, rock sugar
① Wash the fruit of wu wei zi with water, put it in a pot, and pour in an appropriate amount of water;
② After the water boils, turn to low heat and cook for 20-30 minutes;
③ After turning off the heat, pour the cooked wu wei zi tea into the container, mix in honey and stir well, and drink it after it cools down.
Wu wei tea not only has extremely high medicinal value, but also has a small amount of toxicity. Then, can Schisandra tea be drunk for a long time? You can rest assured that as long as there are no allergies and discomfort symptoms, there is no problem in drinking wu wei zi tea for a long time.
First of all, you need to pay attention when drinking wu wei zi tea. The amount of schisandra berry used to make tea every day should not exceed five taels, otherwise it will easily cause skin itching and other allergic symptoms.
In addition, wu wei zi has astringent effect. If you just have symptoms such as cough and rash, you must not rush to drink wu wei zi tea to eliminate the symptoms, because this will cause a backlog of evil heat in the body. Although the superficial symptoms are temporarily suppressed, it is harmful to the body Instead, it does more damage.
Moreover, for people with high liver fire and bloated pantothenic acid water, it is best not to drink wu wei zi tea for a long time, because the sour taste in wu wei zi will strengthen these symptoms, and it will hurt the liver and stomach in the long run.
Wu wei zi can enhance the excitatory process of the central nervous system, as well as the inhibitory process, so as to balance each other and improve the regulation of the cerebral cortex; it can increase work rate and reduce fatigue. It can regulate blood pressure and enhance heart function. It can stimulate breathing, and has expectorant and antitussive effects. It can promote bile secretion, reduce serum glutamate-alanine aminotransferase in patients with hepatitis, and has a certain protective effect on liver cells. It can still regulate the secretion of gastric juice, excite the uterus, improve vision and hearing, and improve the discrimination ability of skin receptors.
Wu wei zi is a popular monograph subject in Japanese and Chinese pharmacopoeias. As early as more than 2,000 years ago, royal nobles and famous Chinese medicine masters had generally adopted this traditional health-enhancing product. Wu wei zi is a fruit with five medicinal properties: pungent, sweet, sour, bitter, and salty. It is unique among traditional Chinese medicinal materials that generally only have one or two medicinal flavors. This fruit with five flavors and five elements can play a balancing role on the five internal organs of the human body-heart, liver, spleen, lung and kidney.
Wu wei zi is rich in organic acids, vitamins, flavonoids, phytosterols and lignans (such as schisandrin A, schisandrin B or schisandrin) with strong restoration effects. One of the few herbal medicines with great benefits, it can nourish qi and strengthen the liver, improve the efficiency of cells to eliminate waste, supply more oxygen, create and use energy, improve memory and sexual endurance. In ancient times, Russian hunters must take wu wei zi to strengthen their body and invigorate their energy before hunting.
First, it promotes the detoxification process of the liver. By accelerating the metabolic rate of acetaminophen, reducing the consumption of GSH, and resisting the toxic effect of CCl4, it can protect the liver from poisoning and promote the regeneration of damaged liver cells.
Second, wu wei zi has anti-inflammatory effects to prevent liver cell damage, activate anabolic processes to promote the repair of damaged liver cells, and can enhance the activity of deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) synthesis and ornithine decarboxylase to promote damaged liver cells. liver cell regeneration.
Third, enhance the body's immunity and resistance to diseases, restore the energy consumed by long-term fatigue, and accelerate recovery after illness.
Chinese medicine records that wu wei zi has the effects of sweating, nourishing the kidneys, astringing the lungs, promoting body fluid, and astringent essence. It can be used to treat tiredness and emaciation, dry mouth and thirst, asthma and cough due to lung deficiency, spontaneous sweating, nocturnal emission, night sweats, chronic diarrhea and dysentery.
1- It can be used as a tonic for all shocks and collapses caused by the dissipation of qi and blood.
2- Wu wei zi can astringe essence and relieve diarrhea: it is used for spermatorrhea and chronic diarrhea. It is often used with mulberry octopus and calcined keel to treat nocturnal emission; it is often used with nutmeg and Gorgon to treat chronic diarrhea.
3- Wu wei zi can produce body fluid and suppress sweat: it is used for thirsty mouth and night sweats due to insufficient yin fluid, often paired with Radix Ophiopogon japonicus and raw oysters.
4- Wu wei zi can restrain the lung and relieve cough: it is used for cough and asthma caused by deficiency of lung and kidney, and it is often used in combination with kidney tonifying medicine.
Modern medical research shows that: wu wei zi can protect and enhance heart function, nourish yin and consolidate essence, suitable for both men and women, improve intelligence and health, enhance physical endurance, resist free radical damage, delay aging process, nourish and strengthen kidney function, powerful adaptogen , can resist stress and emergencies, improve vision (including night vision), enhance hearing ability, strengthen lungs, relieve respiratory system infection problems (such as chronic cough, shortness of breath and wheezing when breathing), enhance human immunity It can enhance strength and resistance to diseases, accelerate recovery after illness, restore energy lost due to long-term fatigue, enhance muscle activity during exercise, and solve skin problems (including urticaria and eczema).
Wu wei zi is a very common traditional Chinese medicine, so why is it called wuweizi? It is because it is recorded in "Xinxiu Herbs" that the skin of Wuweizi is sweet and sour, the core is hard, and it has a salty taste, so it is named wuweizi. Wu wei zi has many aliases, common ones are: Huazhong wuweizi, Miantengzi, Shanhuajiao, Zhuangwei, Wuwei, Northern wuweizi, Northern wuweizi, Southern wuweizi, Southern wuweizi, Xuanji, Huiji, Wumeizi, Xuetengzi.
Easy to make by yourself. It’s simple way to make schizandra tea, just like your homemade tea green tea with tea leaf.
Do as follow simple steps:
There are lots recipes about wu wei zi tea (schizandra tea), here to share some simple recipe:
1.Schizandra tea, just only need schizandra (wu wei zi)
2.Wu wei zi and gou qi zi tea
3.Wu wei zi and da zao tea
4.Wu wei zi honey tea
5.Wu wei zi, dong gui and gan cao tea
6.Wu wei zi, dang shen tea
7.Wu wei zi, huang qi tea
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