The goji berry is a survivor. It is found growing in Asia under extreme climatic conditions. Thus, it is full of powerful properties beneficial to the human body. Because of its nutritional support, the goji berry has played a major role in traditional Chinese medicine for centuries. The goji berry is commonly labeled as the “Happy Berry” by inhabitants of Asia.

The goji berry is a powerful antioxidant, an element that curbs free radical damage which leads to premature aging and degenerative diseases. In fact, on an ORAC scale (Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity), goji has an amazing rating of 25,300 units per 100 grams, whereas the better known but still beneficial blueberry has an ORAC capacity of 2,400 units per 100 grams.

Goji is known to enhance the endocrine glands as it acts as a secretagogue, an element that encourages the glandular system to function naturally. Goji is used to treat hormonal issues in both men and women.

Goji is also used to support:

  • Blood sugar balance
  • Cardiovascular wellness
  • Eye health
  • Kidney health
  • Liver function
  • Memory and energy

While the dried goji berry is great to add to cereals and salads, pure goji juice, minimally processed, is the better option for health value.

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One thought on “GO GET SOME GOJI

  • June 29, 2011 at 2:40 am

    Oh, it looks like peppers found here in Asia. I mean, peppers are more elongated than this but they really look the same.

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