Can You Grow Magnolia Vines In The Caribbean?

Exploring the Health Benefits Of Five Flavor Fruit.

I came across this fruit during some research and am very impressed with it for its health magnolia vine- Schisandra chinensis also, known as magnolia vine or Chinese magnolia- vine.

The Magnolia fruit, also known as the five flavor fruit has been used in medicine for over 4000 years; regarded as one of the most power youth tonics of earth.

The vine likes some shade with well-drained soil. also known as five flavor fruit. The woody vine is native to the forests of Northern China and the Russian Far East. A hybrid selection is known as Eastern Prince, which has perfect flowers and is self- fertile.

Can the Eastern prince grow in the Caribbean? or South America; Perhaps with the Chinese establish regions maybe we can invite the to experiment with a plant for our common good.

Cultivation is said to be similar to that of grapes conditions required –wet, humus rich soil and moderate humidity full sun, must be well drained.

Plant life is approx. 20 years and over; takes 3 to 4 years to harvest

The berries are referred to as a super fruit rich in vitamins, minerals and essential oils.

The fruit grows in clusters similar to red current berries. The five flavors are salty, sweet, sour, spicy and bitter. It is listed in the top 50 fundamental herbs in traditional Chinese medicine.

Health Benefits

High in vitamin C & E

Improves night vision (used by indigenous Nanai hunters)

A tonic to reduce hunger, thirst and exhaustion

Powerful detoxifier of the liver and kidney

Improves physical working capacity

Improves liver function

Purifies the blood & boosts Blood Flow-one of the most –potent blood flow boosters on earth.

Boost sexual health for both men and women

Increases power and endurance during exercise providing more oxygen to the muscles

Fights stress-helps the body resist the effects of anxiety and stress

Decreases blood pressure

Very effective against aging ; regarded as a longevity tonic

Beautifies the skin-enhances and preserve a youthful appearance- usually taken in the form of a tea.

Have anyone seen this plant?

Excellent for skin conditions like acne

Increases Cognitive Function

Boosts the immune system

Improves eyesight

Boosts lung health.

Have a positive beneficial effect on Alzheimer’s and Parkinson disease

Effective at alleviating some symptoms of menopause (hot flashes, heart palpitations and sweating.)

May be effective against depression. (No extensive studies as yet.)

May be effective against hepatitis.

Protects against stress and other harmful factors

Side Effects

Too high a dosage can result in gastric distress symptoms like heartburn.

May also reduce appetite.

May not be suitable for breast feeding or pregnant women

May promote allergic reactions like skin rash or itching.

The information is supported by over 10 different scientific studies.

Judging from the claims of this plant, Agriculturists in the Caribbean and South America should explore the possibilities of growing this plant in the region.

Scientists and researchers interested in natural Medicine should also conduct more intensive research on the health Benefits of this plant.

For more information on this super plant, start by conducting a search on the following links.

Health line, -Wikipedia- uncommon fruit.cias.wisc.edu.-uncommonwisdomdily

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