Schisandra Chinensis Seeds Tincture

Dosage and administration:

the recommended dosage for Schisandra Chinensis seeds tincture is 20-30 drops dissolved in a small amount of water, orally, 2-3 times a day, 30-40 minutes before a meal. Duration of the standard treatment course is 30-40 days. A second course can be conducted if prescribed.

Side effects (rarely):

allergic reactions, tachycardia, headache, sleep disturbance and hypertension.


hypersensitivity, arterial hypertension, cardiovascular diseases, increased excitability, epilepsy, convulsive state, sleep disturbance, acute infectious or virus diseases and chronic liver diseases. Not recommended for children below 12 years, pregnant and lactating ladies.

Drug interactions:

Schisandra Chinensis potentiates the action of stimulants and analeptics (incl. caffeine, camphor and amphetamine). The drug antagonizes with CNS depressants (incl. barbiturates, tranquilizers, sedatives and neuroleptics).

Special instructions:

not recommended to take Schisandra Chinensis seeds tincture in the evening hours in order to avoid sleep disturbances. Shake the bottle before consumption in order to dissolve oily drops. Important: tincture contains alcohol.

Country of manufacture: Russia.

To be used as a dietary supplement.

Known since ancient times for its unique adaptogenic qualities, Schisandra Chinensis can treat various diseases and restore health after severe illnesses.

Schisandra Chinensis well stimulates the nervous system, increases attention and concentration. It is used when it is necessary to help the body adapt to difficult and unfavorable conditions.

The benefits of this herb have been proved in numerous studies showing that it is one the strongest natural antioxidants in the world. Schisandra will rejuvenate the body, increase the vital energy, enhance physical work capacity and strengthen stress resistance.

Some indications for use include:

  • asthenic syndrome,
  • chronic fatigue,
  • in combination therapy for treating sexual dysfunction caused by neurasthenia,
  • mental and physical exhaustion,
  • neurocirculatory dystonia (hypotonic type),
  • protracted recovery from somatic and infections.