wolfberry goji berry Lycium barbarum Best gift man
Original :ningxia ,china ,chinese the best quality .The Chinese wolfberry contained over 18 amino acids (that is six times higher in proportion than bee pollen), 21 trace minerals, more beta carotene than carrots, and an astonishing 500 times more vitamin C by weight than oranges. It is also packed with vitamin B1, vitamin B6 and vitamin E.
The fruits and pedicels of Chinese Wolfberry were effective in increasing white blood cells, protecting the liver and relieving hypertension. The alcoholic extract of wolfberry fruits inhibited tumor growth in mice by 58%, and the protein of wolfberry displayed an insulin-like action that was effective in promoting fat decomposition and reducing blood sugar.
Another clinical experiment by the Ningxia Institute (Register No.870306, October 1982 to May 1985) studied the effects of wolfberry on the immune, physiological and biochemical indexes of the blood of aged volunteers. The results were amazing, indicating that the wolfberry caused the blood of older people to noticeably revert to a younger state.
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How to use
In China the berries are usually eaten raw or made into teas and soups. If you look for Asian recipes using the dried berries you will find such things as chicken soup that contain goji berries or a warm hot grain cereal that has goji berries added to it. Asians often make a tea by boiling herbs and the goji fruit in water for their anti-aging formulas.
If you look at recipes from the U.S. you will find recipes that call for the goji berries to be soaked overnight (or even for 15-20 minutes to soften them) and whipped in a blender in the morning. This “goji puree” is then the base for a smoothie or delicious drink.