Goji

Wolfberry Fruit

Antioxidant & Anti-Inflammatory Superfruit

By Dr. Josh Axe

Goji berries have been used in traditional Chinese medicine for over 2,000 years. Some legends report that goji berries were eaten by monks in the Himalayan Mountains thousands of years ago and steeped in hot water to help aid meditation and obtain greater health, vitality, longevity, energy and stamina.

Discover the Top 10 Health Benefits of Goji

By Noah Laith

Have you ever wondered how these little red berries can change your life? Well, goji berries are one of the most nutritionally rich foods on the planet. Goji berries are grown on a vine-like bush only in the shade. Although goji berries isn’t a thorny plant, some American variety of goji berries can have stems covered in thorns. 

What are goji berries?

HowStuffWorks.com

Goji berries, also called wolfberries, have been grown in the Himalayan valley for hundreds of years. Traditional Chinese folk medicine uses them to cure a variety of ailments. Goji berries have also long been used in various Asian dishes as an ingredient or a garnish. Goji berry bushes grow to be one to three meters high . Because the berries are very delicate when on the plant, they cannot be picked..

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