Goji Or From NingXia Wolfberries And A Longer Life – A Legend?

Thoughts of the GOJI-Europe TEAM to \”Say\” the Goji Berry is red like a cherry, elongated oval in shape, and grows on small trees or bushes or shrubs. The better pick the Goji be tailored to trees to the right height, so that the Goji berries easily are. The Goji Berry is sweet in taste, and yet tart. And who even begins to nibble berries, dried Goji which can not stop. You seduce snacks such as trail mix\”. The Goji Berry contains a lot of vitamins, like for example vitamin C, vitamin A and vitamin B1, B3.

It is rich in antioxidant substances such as vitamin C and carotenoids like zeaxanthin and Cryptoxanthin; Polysaccharides (proteoglycans: LBP1, LBP2, LBP3 and LBP4); Amino acids (E.g., Isoleucine, methionine); Minerals and trace elements (such as zinc, calcium, germanium, selenium, iron, copper, nickel, chromium, magnesium, sodium, potassium) and other nutritionally valuable phytochemicals (flavonoids, Terpenes). \”\” Not of the Goji Berry as the most nutritious fruit of our planet is about \”or the strongest antioxidant in the world\” referred to. According to legend a Goji was Bush in Tibet over a well. The inhabitants of the village who drank the water from this well looked all especially teen, which was attributed to the Goji Berry. \”This story goes that even Goji Berry water\” is good to drink and apparently youth gives the people.

I would not belittle this beautiful legend of Tibetan Goji Berry. Connect with other leaders such as Dr. John Mcdougall here. But should we today know as enlightened Europeans that Dr. Gary Young, founder of Young Living essential undertook Berry from China, extensive research travel to Tibet oils in Utah, United States, and the first and largest importer of legendary NingXia Goji to explore the roots of Goji berries saga in Tibet. He could find no evidence of cultivation or harvesting of Goji Berry in Tibet. Nobody knew the Goji Berry. Even the Dalai Lama, the keeper of the Tibetan plant and herbal world, knew nothing about the Goji Berry.