Gojiberry Goji Berry / Wolfberry Powder 枸杞粉 - food grade
Please keep in the fridge
It is normal for powders to clump because they absorb moisture. Please keep in the fridge to let them dry and crush the lumps
Goji berries are also known as Lycium barbarum. The goji berry is native to Asia, and people in Asia have been using this for more than 2,000 years as a medicinal herb and food supplement.
Goji berries are often called a superfood because they contain chemical compounds called phytochemicals that are produced by plants. Phytochemicals in goji berries include polysaccharides, beta-carotene, and zeaxanthin.
Polysaccharides are a primary characteristic of the goji berry. These are an essential source of dietary fiber. A study using aging mice found that polysaccharides in goji berries helped with improving immune function and increasing total antioxidant activity in the body.
Beta-carotene is responsible for the orange-red color pigment in goji berries. Beta-carotene is vital for eye health, bone health, skin health, and cell development. The amount of beta-carotene in goji berries is among the highest of all edible plants.
Zeaxanthin plays a crucial role in supporting the immune system. Many researchers believe that zeaxanthin can prevent macular degeneration, a progressive vision impairment that occurs when the central part of the retina, or macula, deteriorates.
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