Chinese Wolf Berry Tea (Goji Berry Fruit Tea)

Starting at: $5.00

•  A delicious, robust fruity tea

•  A nutrient-dense super food in a class all its own, eat the berries or make tea, Nature's miracle fruit

•  Contains over 15 percent protein, 21 essential minerals and 19 amino acids

•  500 times more Vitamin C by weight than oranges

•  Contains Beta-sitosterol, Betaine, Beta-carotene, Niacin, Pyridoxine, and Ascorbic acid

•  Goji Berries (Lycium barbarum) have been found to contain 4 unique polysaccharides, not found in any other plant. These 4 master molecules can dramatically fortify the immune system and can even repair and restore DNA.

•  See The Tibetan and Chinese health Secret: If you read only one health report a year, this should be it! http://www.naturalhealthweb.com/articles/Brelin1.html

Chinese Herbalists indicate this tea

•  Used to nourish a weak body, improve vision and eyesight,

•  Supports healthy liver function and maintains healthy blood pressure and blood sugar levels

•  Strong antioxidant, promotes longevity

•  The Chinese herbalists say, "Wolfberry can make a young wolf out of the old man", because for many years this berry has been administered for erection problems. In one recent study, results showed that men over 59 who took 2 ounces of wolf berry each day walked away from a 10 day study having significantly higher levels of testosterone. In addition to its seemingly successful use of erection problems, the wolf berry is also widely used as a general health tonic, capable of removing harmful toxins from the body.

Precautions:

•  Wolf berries contain betaine, which is an emmenagogue and abortifacient. Avoid using when pregnant or nursing. Chinese herbalists suggest abstaining using it during times of cold and flu.

•  When making tea, do not use more than 5 berries per cup, and do not take more than twice per day. Wolfberries are very potent. To take in excess can cause loose stools.


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This product was added to our catalog on Monday 18 April, 2005.

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