Goji Berry: Nature’s magic pills
If you have recently been in touch with your healthcare expert, you must have heard about Goji Berries. Goji Berry also known with the names wolfberry also has a proper scientific name, "Lycium Barbabarum". It is the hottest new trend that is making inroads in the herbal medicine sector and health care industry. Goji Berry derives its lineage from a family that includes potato, tomato, eggplant and tobacco. Actually Goji Berry has two boxthorn species in the Solanacenae Family.
While the information about the origins of Goji Berries is still rather unclear, botanists and Herbal Healthcare experts are of the opinion that their evolution took place somewhere between southeastern Europe to southwest Asia. Botanists classify Goji Berries as perennial woody plants which are deciduous in natural growth patterns. Goji Berry plants as grown in China are of three levels of height. This depends on the climatic conditions and environmental surroundings of the area they are grown in.
The smallest plants are those grown in the Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region. Those Gold Berry plants grown in Southern China are the highest and those grown in other regions are in between the two in height.
The American market is slowly awakening to the importance Goji Berries as herbal healthcare professionals and the public at large is now having grown levels of information about the benefits of Goji Berries. Similarly culinary and health care professionals around the world are increasing their usage levels of Goji berries.
Goji Berries have become surprisingly well known in Asia especially Tibet. Tibet is home to more than 40 kinds of Goji Berries. Health care experts and herbalists are of the opinion that the Goji Berries of Himalayan origins have all the qualities of a truly balanced polysaccharide profile. The Goji berries have also been profiled to contain a number of antioxidants.
Coming to the Botanical classification of Goji Berry we come to notice that they are placed the botanical division named to the upper right, Magnoliophyta, which identifies plants that flower and the class Magnoliopsida represents flowering plants (Dicotyledons) with two embryonic seed leaves called cotyledons appearing at germination. All Goji Berry plants bear a bright red berry, 1-2 cm in length and ellipsoid in nature. Each Goji Berry contains roughly 10-30 tiny seeds yellow in color.
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