You might have heard of goji berries and their health benefits. Their history as a medicinal plant has roots in ancient China. Many people use goji berries to treat eye, liver, and kidney issues. Goji berries have a long history tied to sexual fertility by increasing testoterone levels. Also known as wolfberries, these festive red berries have a sweet, slightly sour taste. They often come in dried form, like raisins.
Always talk to your doctor before you begin eating goji berries. Avoid adding goji berries to your diet if you are using certain medications, such as blood thinners, diabetes drugs and/or blood pressure drugs. If you’re pregnant, it is better to avoid goji berries. One-fourth cup of goji berries also fulfills 340 percent of your intake for vitamin A. You may want to limit how much you eat it to reduce the risk of vitamin A toxicity.
Goji Berry Powder
- Boosts immune system and flu protection
- Potential weight loss aid
- Has antioxidants for eyes and skin
- Controls blood sugar
- Increases testosterone
- Increases energy
- Improves quality of sleep
- Improves ability to focus
- Provides calmness
- Provides an overall well-being