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WHAT ARE GOJI BERRIES
Although there are many recorded varieties of Lycium growing throughout the
world and much research has been done on their miraculous healing qualities,
the ‘mother of all Lyciums’ is
reputed to have originated from an area around
In fact, so great did the Chinese believe this berry to be, that they brought it into their country and used it not only medicinally, but also in their day-to-day cooking, commonly in their vegetable and meat soups.
Because the goji berry ‘fruits’ only once a year (during summer), the berry is dried for year-round use.
Lyciums generally have an extensive root system, which gives them the ability to ‘search and seek’ the earth for the nutrients they require to survive. This extensive root system not only gives the goji berry the ability to survive incredible climatic and environmental influences (i.e. temperatures ranging from -27ºC to 39ºC plus) but also allows it to ‘spring back to life’ after its winter dormancy of ‘seeming death’.
This ‘uncanny ability to survive’
allows the goji b
If you were to grow the goji berry plant yourself (as organically as
possible) then you could also produce a very high quality goji berry. Our
Australian climate is so varied, so the goji berry will also have different
growing characteristics, depending on which part of
The current stock of goji berries I am selling are IFOAM organically grown
After consumption of these very special berries, don’t be surprised if you burst into song or infuse those who surround you with your infectious laughter. It is because of this reported effect on many people that the goji berry is also known as the ‘Happy Berry’.
Bringing you the dried berry & the living plant of
“The Great Red berry”