The homeland of goji is China, Tibet and the Himalayas, their history began with the history of ancient medicine. Now this product is widely cultivated by phytopractors around the world. The goji berry gained such popularity for its unique composition, which includes 21 minerals (zinc, calcium, selenium, phosphorus, copper, iron, etc.) and 18 amino acids (8 of which the human body does not produce). Goji berries are very rich in antioxidants. This truly unique product will give you good health and beauty!
100% natural product. Without GMO.
- a source of natural minerals (zinc, calcium, selenium, phosphorus, copper, iron)
- contribute to the normalization of metabolism
- have antioxidant properties
- help to increase endurance and speed up recovery
- have a positive effect on the psychoemotional state of a person
- help fight insomnia and obesity
- increase female and male libido
- have pronounced antiviral, anti-tumor, tonic and tonic properties
- cleanse the blood and the body as a whole, removing toxins
- strengthen immunity, normalize blood pressure
- normalize the functioning of the liver and kidneys, tones the kidneys
- lower cholesterol and blood sugar levels
- strengthen the lungs
- regulate the work of the heart and brain
- have a beneficial effect on the nervous and hematopoietic systems
- improve the condition of the lymph nodes, spinal cord and brain
- able to improve vision and reduce the time it takes to adapt vision to low light conditions
Recommendations for use:
It is recommended to use as a dietary supplement to the diet for:
- hypertension (stabilize blood pressure)
- dizziness, headaches
- chronic fatigue
- weakness (especially during the recovery period after illness)
- liver and kidney diseases
- back pain
- constipation and intestinal atony
- diabetes mellitus
- back pain
- widely used for diseases of the nasopharynx, adenoids, tonsils
- unalloyed or with other herbs used to relieve dry chronic coughs and colds
Mode of application:
1 tablespoon of fruits pour 0.5 liters of boiling water, insist in a thermos for 30 minutes. Take 1/2 cup 2-3 times a day after meals. After use, the berries can be eaten. The course of admission is 30 days.
It is recommended to consult a doctor before use.
Individual sensitivity to the components of the drug, pregnancy, lactation, children under 14 years old.
Storage conditions and periods:
Store in the manufacturer’s packaging at a temperature not exceeding 25 ° C and at a relative air humidity not exceeding 70%, 2 years from the date of manufacture.
This product is not a medical product.
In the fertile valleys of the eastern outskirts of the Tibetan Plateau, the Tibetan barberry or common wolfberry (Goji BERRY, Lycium Barbarum) grows, from which the name of its fruits – goji berries – comes . This is the birthplace of one of the most valuable medicinal plants in the world and the famous Tibetan healing berry. The unique nature of this area is manifested in the goji berries with a special quality and composition, which have a beneficial effect on the human body. Goji berries are much richer in nutrients and antioxidants than any other food in the world.
Therefore, under the concept of goji berries (Goji) – fruits of the common and Chinese wolf fall. Both types of fruits have healing properties. These berries also have other names: Lycium brevipes, wolfberry, Boxthorn, Matrimony Vine, Desert Thorn. By the name of the wolfberry berries (the fruit of the Chinese wolfberry), one might mistakenly think that the wolfberry fruit is not edible, but this is not so. They are not only absolutely harmless, moreover, the conducted studies of the composition of goji berries confirm their natural uniqueness and healing properties.
The famous American scientist, naturopathic physician, pharmacologist, specialist in oriental medicine, Dr. O. Mindell, studied goji berries for 7 years. He classified 41 types of fruits (berries) of barberry bushes, but only goji berries have outstanding healing properties. The fruits of barberry of other types of shrubs are widely used in cooking, and their healing properties are much lower than that of goji berries.
It is the fruits of the Tibetan barberry – goji berries in Buddhist monasteries that have been called “a remedy for 1000 diseases” for a long time. Asian countries, China, Korea, Japan have been using goji berries as a food product for more than 2500 years, at the same time they are used to effectively fight old age and as a tonic for the brain, sharpening memory. Not without reason, goji berries are called “the berry of happiness” or “the fruit of longevity”, which can increase the body’s resistance to various harmful effects, cleanse and rejuvenate the blood, improve the quality of sleep, create a good mood, fill with energy and vigor, refresh the mind, restore visual acuity , provide inner harmony and a sense of life satisfaction.
The reason for its great popularity lies in the unique composition of the berries, which makes the fruits truly wonderful. Goji berries contain 19 amino acids, including those essential for the human body, as well as fatty acids Omega 3, 6.9; B vitamins: B1, B2, B6, B12, niacin; the vitamin C content in berries is much higher than in citrus fruits; the huge antioxidant potential of SOD (superoxide dismutase), the content of vitamin E and 5 bioactive carotenoids enhance the protection of body cells from free radical damage. The content of betaine (a vitamin-like substance) in berries also prevents vascular damage and can prevent fatty liver. Betaine in the body is partially converted into colin, a substance that sharpens memory and memorization, so goji berries are the first tonic for the brain.
Goji berries contain 4 unique polysaccharides: LBP-1 LBP-2 LBP-3 LBP-4, which are naturally found only in these fruits. These plant polysaccharides have tremendous biological activity.
Vegetable polysaccharides of goji berries are indispensable in the prevention of many diseases: gastrointestinal tract, urolithiasis and cholelithiasis, appendicitis, gastric ulcer and duodenal ulcer, metabolic disorders, tumor pathology.
Goji berries contain 21 types of different minerals – germanium, iron, calcium, potassium, cadmium, cobalt, copper, manganese, magnesia, nickel, selenium, zinc, chromium, phosphorus, etc. Germanium is considered an anti-cancer oligoelement and is rarely found in plants and fruits … The content of organic iron in goji berries is 6 times higher than in spinach.
The main function of iron in the composition of hemoglobin is to deliver oxygen and ensure the process of saturating cells with oxygen. Iron deficiency can cause hemoglobin deficiency and anemia, loss of appetite, and affect the growth and physical development of a person. Studies have shown that the absorption of iron by the body more quickly and fully occurs in the presence of a high level of vitamin C. At the same time, it is known that vitamin C in the body not only does not accumulate, but is also rapidly oxidized into inactive forms, is excreted from the body. Therefore, vitamin C always works in combination with flavonoids, which regenerate it and potentiate its active activity not only as a water-soluble, but also as a fat-soluble vitamin. Lack of iron, zinc, calcium, and other trace elements in the body affects growth,
Goji berries uniquely combine high levels of chylated iron, vitamin C and flavonoids, which makes it possible to understand the ability of these berries to rejuvenate the blood, improve its quality, and eliminate amenia and weakness of the blood. And together with the ability to normalize the functions of the bone marrow and brain, to influence the functions of the hematopoietic system and the rejuvenation of the body.
It should be noted that goji berries contain an excellent complex of 5 carotenoids: alpha and beta-carotene, lycopene, lutein and zeaxanthin, which significantly expands the spectrum of their bioactive effects on tissues of various organs with the restoration of impaired functions.
Dutch scientists, examining patients who have had myocardial infarction, found that the content of alpha and beta-carotene in their bodies was significantly reduced. This proves that these types of carotene are directly related to the occurrence of myocardial infarction. Interestingly, the antioxidant activity of lycopene is 2-3 times higher than that of beta-carotene and 100 times that of vitamin E (tocopherol).
Lycopene maintains normal protein metabolism between cells. Activates the immune system of cells. Thanks to its ability to protect low-density fats and proteins from free radical oxidation, it prevents the occurrence of cardiovascular diseases (including coronary heart disease), lowers blood pressure, and improves fertility in men and women. Lycopene protects all mucous membranes, therefore, improves the condition of the gastrointestinal tract and broncho-pulmonary systems.