Biyun academy ecological goji berries (or wolfberry) are of pharmacy quality.
Goji berries are a dried fruit with sweet character who has good health benefits for liver and kidney. The Chinese 'Materia Medica' says wolfberry strengthens bones and protects against cold. Medically, it is used to treat yin deficiency in liver and kidney, but also weak knees, dizziness, forgetfulness, diabetes and many other health problems. Modern studies confirm that wolfberry may promote immune function, can effectively inhibit tumor growth and promote cell regeneration.
Goji berries can also lower blood cholesterol levels, counter high blood fats and high blood sugar and fatty liver. The berries can increase the production of white blood cells, inhibit fat storage in the liver cells and promotes the creation of new liver cells. Goji berries helps against chronic hepatitis, central retinitis and atrophy of the optic nerve (optic atrophy).
Goji berries contains carotene, vitamin B1, vitamin B2, niacin, vitamin C, vitamin E, a variety of free amino acids, linoleic acid, iron, potassium, zinc, calcium, phosphorus and other ingredients.
Traditional Chinese medicine says that goji strengthens the liver and is thus also very good for problems related to the eyes. Goji berries are also good for the kidneys which strengthens man's sexual functions and counteracts various women's issues. Lung function is also enhanced by the wolfberry which means that the skin is humidified as it should and gets a naturally beautiful sheen. Goji berries are traditionally used for the treatment of dizziness, blurred vision, impotence, nocturnal ejaculation as well as adult-onset diabetes.
Modern medical studies also confirm goji berriess rejuvenating effect and skin elasticity improvement.
You can eat the berries as is, have them in your cooking or put on your müsli. Before eating, rinse the berries in water and check for any small pebbles (very rare, but could occur).