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Goji Berries Nr.380

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The Goji berry plant has been known for centuries in China and Tibet. It has been used in Chinese medicine for over 2500 years for its beneficial properties.

The fresh fruits are bright orange-red and elliptical in shape 1–3-cm long and are very tender and soft. In order to be preserved, they are usually dried. Their taste is sweet like raisins.

It is considered the top superfood as it is a bomb of beneficial ingredients for the body. It is no coincidence that it is one of the most nutritious fruits on earth.
  • Provides high levels of antioxidants and nutrients, which strengthen the immune system and fight inflammation. It also contains over 20 trace elements, such as zinc, iron and riboflavin. It offers more beta-carotene than carrots and more iron than spinach.
  • It contains high levels of vitamin C and vitamin A, which strengthen the immune system and prevent common diseases. Antioxidants have been shown to help the body fight cancer cells, tumor growth and harmful toxins in the body and help the gut function properly.
  • It provides significant hypoglycemic effects and helps control the release of sugar into the bloodstream. Balance blood glucose levels - thanks to high levels of complex carbohydrates.
  • It can be used as an ingredient in a natural medicine for the treatment of kidney stones, liver cleansing or blood purification.
  • Helps improve mood and energy levels, as well as digestive health.
  • They contain carotenoid-vegetable dyes, including one called zeaxanthan. This substance protects the eyes from free radicals, damage from exposure to ultraviolet radiation and other forms of oxidative stress.
  • It protects against free radicals and sun. This can help provide extra protection for those who are sensitive to skin cancer as well as other skin disorders.
  • They help to improve mood and sleep quality.
How to use: An amount of 10-30gr per day is enough. They can be eaten raw as a snack or put in smoothies, oatmeal, cereals, yogurt, salads, desserts, sweet sauces and baked goods such as cakes, bread, cookies, cereal bars.
*We do not provide medical advice. The information we provide is for informational purposes only and in no way replaces the opinion, medication and visit to a doctor or other health specialist. The substances they contain may interact with a drug that the patient is already taking and may neutralize their therapeutic effect or cause toxicity.