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What Schisandra herb Is:

The Chinese call this member of the magnolia vine family wu-wei-zi, which translates as "five-flavor seeds." When you munch on the berries, they simultaneously taste sour, sweet, salty, bitter, and hot. All but 1 of the more than 20 schisandra species are native to eastern Asia; the oddball is a seldom-seen vine that grows in the southeastern United States and is occasionally cultivated as an ornamental. In Asia, the leaves and berries are consumed as food, and herbal preparations are used as all-purpose tonics.

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