Monday, June 25, 2007

Goji Berries and Juice for Long Life


The Goji berries come from Northern Asia in the Tibetan and Mongolian Himalayas. Goji Himalayan Berries are directly imported and are the authentic Lycium Eleagnus Barbarum, the original and most nutritious known strain of the 41 Asian varieties.

Our Goji Berries are officially certified as being chemical and contaminant-free, and naturally dried in semi-shade. The berries are not touched by hand, but instead collected by shaking the vines, as touching them causes them to lose some of their nutritional potency.

When you choose the organic wildcrafted Goji Berry Juice from the Himalayas you get a tasty, yet powerful health-promoting tonic. The delicate berries (Lycium Eleagnus Barbarum) that go into our Juice have long been treasured by the Tibetan people. The Goji berries grow in naturally protected orchards on plateaus in the Majestic Mountains of the Himalayas. The nutrient-rich soil and the fresh mountain air guarantee nearly optimum conditions for the plant to flourish. It is not uncommon for people in the Himalayas who eat Goji berries on a regular basis to have life expectancies of 100 years or more.

Amongst the many benefits of Goji Berries are their antioxidant features. As you know free radicals damage cells and DNA, also increase the cancer risk, and are known to accelerate the aging process. With powerful Antioxidant properties, Goji Berries or Goji Juice are effective in neutralizing capacity and therefore are renown for slowing down the aging process.

The Immunity Enhancer in Goji Berries or Goji Berry Juicethe effects ofD aging, which causes the body's immune system to becomes dysfunctional, wherein immune cells can have difficulty recognizing the difference between the body's cells and foreign cells. The polysaccharides found in Goji berries have been known to inhibit three kinds of inflammation. These polysaccharides were found to stimulatethe interleukin-2 and gamma interferon, which are anti-inflammatory and induce immune responses.

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