Friday, February 08, 2008

Can healthy and tasty go together?

What does Lycium Barbarum mean?
That is the scientific name for Goji Berries.
It is a highly nutritious food used in traditional Chinese medicine for about 1,900 years .
Since the early 21st century there has been rapidly growing recognition of them as food good for its nutrient richness and antioxidant qualities.
They produce a bright orange-red, berry 1-2 cm long. The berries ripen from July to October in the Northern hemisphere.
The names "Himalayan Goji berry" and "Tibetan Goji berry" have become common in the global health food market.
They are believed to enhance immune system function, improve eyesight, protect the liver, boost sperm production and improve circulation, among other effects.
They are sweet in taste and act on the liver, lungs, and kidneys.
In case you are looking for the best quality, also in the form of Goji Juice, Goji Berries US imports the very best quality variety, grown in the valleys of the Tibetan and Mongolian Himalayas.
And they have a competitive price too, due to the high volume of their imports.
They also import organic seaweed fertilizer (ascophyllum nodosum), certified goji berry seeds, and Goji berry juice, Liquid Vitamins and other liquid nutritional supplements.
So it pays to visit their website.
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