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Lycium barbarum.


Goji berries, also known as wolfberries, are small red berries native to Asia. They have been used in traditional Chinese medicine for centuries. Goji berries are packed with nutrients, antioxidants, and amino acids, offering potential health benefits. They are believed to support immune function, improve eye health, boost energy levels, and promote overall well-being. Enjoyed dried or in various culinary preparations, goji berries make a delicious and nutritious addition to a balanced diet

Dosage & Duration

Goji berries can be consumed in several ways: fresh, dried, or in the form of juice. You can take them daily as part of treatment, but be careful not to exceed 10 to 20 grams per day


  • Provide High Levels of Antioxidants and Nutrients:

    Goji berries, like the majority of other superfoods, are a great source of antioxidants that support a healthy immune system and shield the body from chronic inflammation and high levels of oxidative stress.

  • Improve Immune Function and Fight Cancer:

    Goji berries have high levels of the antioxidants vitamin C and vitamin A, just like other berries like blueberries and raspberries. These two nutrients are essential for boosting immunity and preventing both less serious chronic diseases like cancer or neurodegenerative decline, as well as common illnesses like the common cold.

  • Promote Healthy Skin:

    Goji berries are packed with beta-carotene (a pigment found in plants and fruits), which helps promote healthy skin and even functions as a natural skin cancer treatment. These advantages are similar to those you get from eating other berries.

  • Help Stabilize Blood Sugar:

    Goji berries are particularly advantageous for diabetics because they control the release of sugar into the bloodstream, preventing spikes and dips brought on by difficulties maintaining stable blood glucose levels. By enhancing glucose responsiveness, goji has been shown to have significant hypoglycemic effects and insulin-sensitizing activity.