Healthy Goji Berry
Have you heard about Lycium Barbarum, probably not, wolfberry... again the chances are rather slim but if you have recently been down with any ailment, you must have heard about Goji Berry? They are the same things. Goji berry has two boxthorn species in the Solanaceae family. The family includes potato, tomato, eggplant, and even tobacco. The origins of Goji berry are still rather unclear but they are expected to have been evolved from southeastern Europe to southwest Asia. Goji berries are perennial woody plants of deciduous nature. They grow only 1-3 mts. in height. This is rather short if compared to their cousins from southern china but comparatively higher than those who are grown in the Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region. Thus the height of the Goji berry depends on its environmental and climatic surroundings.
All these plants bear a bright red berry which 1-2 cm long and ellipsoid in nature. Each berry contains roughly 10-30 tiny seeds yellow in color.
Goji berries are very well known in Asia. Surprisingly in Tibet alone there are 41 varieties of the Goji berry. Health experts inform that Himalayan Goji Berries have all the qualities of a truly balanced polysaccharide profile. The Goji berries can therefore help in curing a number of ailments. The Goji berries have therefore been classified as medicinal fruit. Goji berries strengthen the immunity system of our body by providing a ready boost to polysaccharides known as “Master Molecules” who command and control many of the body’s most important defense systems. The boost comes because Goji berries support the four exceptional polysaccharides, or phytonutrient compounds, which are stationed in the cadaver as directors and haulers of the instructions that the cells use to correspond with each other.
Goji berries have become very popular in the American market because people have begun to realize the use and qualities of Goji berries. The nutrient richness of Goji berry has made the global culinary and health-care industry realize its importance. Goji Berries also contain lots of antioxidant qualities. Its botanical classification and characteristics are 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.
Due to the increasing demand of the Goji Berry in the US and world markets, it is felt that in order to get genuine and pure berries in their naturally preserved form the berries should be taken only from credible suppliers like gojiberries.us.
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About the Author: The author Kirk Bachelder manages a business offering Goji Berries, Goji Berry Juice and Goji Seeds for sale at www.gojiberries.us