Review Lycium Wolfberry Fruit Forms and Sizes Below
Common Names: Lycium Fruit, Goji Berries, Wolfberries, Chinese Wolfberry, Goji Berry, Tibetan Goji Berries, Lycii Fruit, Fruit of Wolfberry, Fructus Lycii, Desert Thorn, Christmas Berry Botanical Name: Lycium chinense. Lycium barbarum fruit Chinese / Pin Yin Name: Gou Qi Zi, You Ji Gou Qi Zi Lycium Wolfberry Fruit Dosage: Consult your healthcare provider for your correct dose. Lycium Wolfberry Fruit Precautions: Do not take if nursing or pregnant. Do not use with spleen deficiency with dampness
Lycium Wolfberry Fruit Benefits & Information
Lycium Wolfberry Fruit is a popular Chinese medicinal berry that is used for traditional medicinal formulas but also used in cooking for things like stews, teas, pastries and more. Lycium Wolfberry Fruit benefits eye health and brain function, protects the liver, alleviates lower back and joint pain pain, promotes a calm mental state, supports healthy blood sugar levels and benefits sexual energy. It has antioxidant effects. Lycium Wolfberry Fruit Properties: Neutral, Sweet Lycium Wolfberry Fruit Channels: Lung, Kidney, Liver Lycium Wolfberry Fruit Naturally Occurring Components: betaine, beta-sitosterol, linoleic acid, physalien, crptoxanthin, atropine, hyoscyamine, scopoletin, trace elements, amino acids, ash, zeaxanthin, dipalmitate
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