The goji berries are often cited as ” probably the result of more dense nutrients of the earth”
They have been used for millennia by the people of Asia , particularly in areas which are mostly inaccessible and in which human life was and is still difficult , such as Tibet , Mongolia and in the more rural areas of China. The population of these regions have enjoyed for thousands of years the benefits of this berry , which are described in many books on Tibetan , Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine as the berry of longevity , a definition that says a lot about the extraordinary properties of Goji berries .
There are 41 varieties of goji berries , 40 of which are Tibetan Goji . The Tibetan goji grow in soil free of contamination and pollution due to the extreme isolation of the mountainous region, where as the Chinese goji berries unfortunately suffer from intense treatments of pesticides and DDT.
A Tibetan saying : “Eating goji berries in the morning makes you happy for the rest of the day .”
The goji berry has one of the largest percentages of Antioxidants (ORAC ) in the world, according to the table ORAC fruits and vegetables essential oils. The goji berries have 500 times the vitamin C than an orange and more iron than the spinach .