Actinidia polygama is a dioecious species of lianas of the family Actinidiaceae. The species is found in East Asia, particularly in China and Japan. It is found mainly in the mountainous woodlands of Japan. Due to certain substances, actinidia polygama leaves. are very by some cat. The actinidia polygama leaves can also be eaten as an infusion or after being rolled and then dried, with a desired stimulating effect: the The silvervine kiwi owes its name to the silvery discoloration of the leaves, which is especially common among male plants. The leaves, which seem to be grey-green at first, gradually change to a yellowish colour and gain their sweet taste after the first night of frost. Before this, they have a spicy flavour which is somewhat comparable to that of a red pepper. The plant is generally much more consistent with the Actinidia kolomikta, but it’s more vigorous and less hardy (up to -15 degrees Celsius). The leaves can be used for tea and have a calming effect.