Chinese Wolfberry Facts
Chinese Wolfberry - Nutrient-Dense Super Food
The Chinese Wolfberry is one of the most promising health-supporting foods; with over 15 percent protein, 21 essential minerals and 18 amino acids, the wolfberry is a nutrient-dense superfood in a class all its own.
Immune Supporting Properties
There is substantial evidence that the lycium polysaccharides in the wolfberry have significant antioxidant and immune-supporting properties. Research studies by Sue Chao (July 2002) reveal: "Berry Young Juice increased spleenic phagocyte cell counts (immune cells) by 81%."
Chinese Wolfberries - A National Treasure in China
The wolfberry has been declared a national treasure by the State Scientific and Technological Commission in China and has become a secret weapon used by Chinese Olympic swimmers to achieve top ranking in the recent National Games.
Ancient History - Modern Use
Chinese wolfberries had been
used for thousands of years to treat a wide range of illnesses. What's
more, the people who consumed them on a regular basis lived remarkably
healthy lives for 100-plus years.
Strengthening and Restoring Major Organs:
One Chinese Medica dating back 2,000 years
cites their use in treatments ranging from replenishing vital essences to
strengthening and restoring major organs.(1,2)
A Superfood in it's Own Class
comprehensive analyses have found that wolfberries contain 18 types of
amino acids, 21 trace minerals, 29 fatty acids, vitamins B1, B2, B6, E,
more beta carotene than carrots, more Vitamin C than oranges, and as much
protein as bee pollen.
What's more, they are a source of superoxide
dismutase and phenylpropanoids. Numerous studies by the Chinese government
have shown that Chinese wolfberries are extremely useful for boosting the
immune system, protecting the liver, improving the quality of blood, and
1. Huang Di Nei Jing (Yellow
Emperor's Classic of Internal Medicine) Chinese medical textbook dating
to the Qin and Han periods (221 B.C.-220 A.D.). Tianjin Scientific
Technology Publishing Press, 1986. Chinese version translated by
research scientist Sue Chao.
2. Shen Nung Ben Tsao (25-220
3. Ben Cao Gang Mu (Ming Dynasty
1368-1644 A.D.) People's Health Publishing Press, 1982, Chinese version
translated by Sue Chao.
4. State Scientific and
Technological Commission of China, Pharmacological Experiment on Lycium,
Register No. 870303.
5. State Scientific and
Technological Commission of China, Clinical Experiment on Lycium,
Register No. 870306.
6. Lycium barbarum Medical
Effects, improves eyesight, Ningxia Scientific and Technological
Commission, July 1982-Jan. 1984.
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