What is the Tibetan Goji Berry? by the Goji Berry also known as Wolfberry or Liciumcrece fruit in the Tibetan Himalaya. This Berry is dried and packaged before being consumed, and is commonly used in traditional Chinese medicine. It is believed that the Goji berries contain, gram per gram, more vitamin C than oranges, more beta carotene than carrots, and more iron than beef. They are also a great source of vitamin B and antioxidants. It has a range of 1 on the ORAC scale which classifies the fruits according to its antioxidant or free radical absorbance capacity. It is also known as Chinese wolfberry, Mede Berry, Duke of Argyll, Murali (in India), tea tree red medlar or marriage vine.

Without relationship with the geographical origin of plant, the Goji Himalayo name is also commonly used in the market for healthy foods based on this fruit. Most of the commercially produced wolfberries come from the Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region the North of China and the Region autonomous of Xinjiang Uyghur of China West, where grown in plantations. In Zhongning County, Ningxia, wolfberry plantations typically priced between 100 and 1000 hectares (or 500-6000 mu) in the area. As of 2005, more than 10 million mu have been planted with wolfberries in Ningxia. Why take Goji Berry? Extracts of pure Tibetan Goji berries juice or pure natural herbal tablets contain very low concentrations of sugars and have an almost eternal expiration period. Dried Goji berries have a very distinctive taste and who must get used, or tablets based on pure extract are the best option because it eliminates the taste and particular and strong scent of berries.