Wolfberry is the common name for the fruit of two very closely related species. Lycium barbarum aL. Chinese, two species of boxthorn in the family Solanaceae. These species produce a sweet tasting, bright orange-red ellipsoid berry 1-2cm long. The number of seeds in each berry varies based on cultivar and fruit size, containing anywhere between 10-60 small yellow seeds that are compressed with a curved embryo. The berries ripen from August to October in the Northern hemisphere and can be eaten raw. May be consumed as wine or juice brewed into a tea or prepared as a tincture. The berries are also popular in traditional Korean, Japanese and Tibetan medicine.
Renowned as one nature’s most nutrient rich natural foods, wolfberries have been used in traditional Chinese medicine for nearly 2000 years and are believed to enhance immune system function, improve eyesight protect the liver boost sperm production and improve circulation, among other beneficial effects. They contain 18 kinds of amino acids ) six times higher than bee pollen) and contain all 8 essential amino acids (like isoleuchine and tryptophan). They also contain up to 21 trace mineral the main ones being zinc, iron copper calcium, germanium, selenium and phosphorus).
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