Wisterias are the dried flowers that grow on the plant’s leaves.
They are sometimes called “coral flowers.”
But Wisterians are also used for their soothing and anti-inflammatory properties, according to the Wisterian Society of New Zealand.
They also have a strong medicinal use.
Many medicinal uses are related to Wisteriaceae, or its many related species.
Many Wisteris are used to treat arthritis, psoriasis, acne, eczema, ecchymosis, arthritis and pain.
They can also help alleviate pain, anxiety, depression, fatigue, depression and anxiety, according the W.H.B.W.W., an advocacy group that promotes the use of Wisterios in the United States.
Wisteriosis also has a strong anti-cancer and immune boosting properties, the Wimmeria Society of Australia says.