Japanese Honeysuckle seeds Lonicera japonica seeds

The Japanese Honeysuckle Flower is of high medicinal value,

Japanese Honeysuckle, is a vigorous growing bush-type honeysuckle that is renown for its very fragrant and pleasing scent. Masses of buds open in spring with white and yellow blooms which are later followed by black non-edible berries. It is a deciduous shrub with an upright growth habit, reaching a mature height of about 10-12 feet
 
 It is multi-stemmed with a dense twiggy mass making it an attractive shrub even when not in bloom. This honeysuckle grows best in sun to part shade and few pests and diseases bother this lovely plant. Japanese Honeysuckle also make great hedge plants.

 (Japanese Honeysuckle, Flos Lonicerae Japonicae) is notable for its inclusion in the traditional chinese medicine herbal formula Honeysuckle and Forsythia Powder. In pinyin, this formula is called Yin Qiao San. Traditional indications for use of this formula include fever, headache, cough, thirst, and sore throat.[6] For indications such as this, it is common to find Japanese Honeysuckle paired in Chinese medicine herbal formulations with Forsythia (Lian Qiao, Fructus Forsythiae Suspensae). According to Chinese medicine, these herbs, when combined, have a synergistic medicinal effect to address indications such as fever with headache and sore throat. This is why these two herbs are considered "paired herbs."