Goji berry is a variety of red berry that grows on the shrub of a plant with the Latin name Lycium Barbarum. It grows in China, Tibet and Mongolia. They can be eaten raw, as juice or wine, brewed in tea, or prepared as a liqueur.
Goji berries also improve hair and skin condition, increase immunity, improve circulation and effectively support weight loss. They contain 19 different amino acids, including 8 exogenous amino acids, and 21 trace elements – including zinc, iron, copper, calcium, germanium, selenium, phosphorus. They contain 3 times more iron than spinach.
Ingredients: dried goji berries [contains sulfur dioxide].