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Introducing Vital-E-T, our premium herbal supplement that provides unparalleled support for the entire body specially the brain and the cardiovascular system.

The Schisandra berry derives its nickname, the "five flavor fruit," not only from its unique taste profile but also from its association with the five fundamental flavors: sweet, sour, salty, bitter, and pungent. Traditional Chinese medicine suggests that each of these flavors corresponds to different bodily tissues or systems, further highlighting the holistic nature of this extraordinary fruit.

Here's how the five flavors of the Schisandra berry are believed to align with different tissues in the body:

1. Sweet: The sweet flavor of the Schisandra berry is associated with the spleen and supports digestive functions and energy production.

2. Sour: The sour flavor is linked to the liver and is believed to promote detoxification, improve liver function, and support healthy metabolism.

3. Salty: The salty flavor corresponds to the kidneys and is believed to help maintain electrolyte balance, support fluid regulation, and contribute to healthy renal function.

4. Bitter: The bitter flavor is associated with the heart and is believed to have a calming effect, support cardiovascular health, and promote circulation.

5. Pungent: The pungent flavor is linked to the lungs and is believed to aid in respiratory health, promote clear breathing, and support the immune system.

By incorporating all five flavors, our Schisandra berry tincture offers a comprehensive approach to supporting multiple bodily systems, promoting overall vitality and well-being.

As always, it is essential to consult with a healthcare professional before incorporating any herbal supplements into your routine. Please note that our Schisandra berry tincture is not recommended for use during pregnancy or while breastfeeding.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Our products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.