The Gogi berry has been a staple food in Chinese culture and herbal medicine since the first century A.D. Herbalist have recommended it for anemia, cough, dizziness, inflammation, enhanced immunity, improved circulation, improved eyesight, increased sense of well-being, increased sperrm production, liver and kidney health, and nosebleeds. There are over 40 different varieties of gogi berry, but the Tibetan variety growing very high in the pristine mountains may be the most potent as far as oxygen radical absorbance capacity (ORAC) scale goes. ORAC is the measurement of the ability of antioxidants to absorb oxygen free radicals from the body. When purchasing Gogi berries make sure you are buying it from a reputable supplier.
Info provided by: Eva Urbaniak, N.D. Well Being Journal
In good health,
Shana Burns, C.N.