Range – The New

Really does what it promises the Goji Berry from Asia? Range come originally from South-East Asia. The oldest description of plant and fruit comes from China. From there it has spread in the course of time after Europe, North America, North Africa and Australia. Today it is around the world. But although millennia, the Goji Berry in Asia considered fruit of well-being, it has not recognized long time their curative effect in Europe. Instead, she grew relatively unnoticed as pure ornamental plant in gardens and parks. Only lately also under the name begins in our latitudes, wolfberry”medicinal plant known for its health-giving properties appreciate.

Range in Asia as a gift of nature “is. With us it is called also anti aging Berry”. Both probably rightly, because scientific studies to follow range have strong antioxidant, so cell-protective properties. Range against high blood pressure and blood sugar are always traditionally used in Asia. The range are known as a cure for fever and as anti-inflammatories. They also counteract arthritis, protect the skin and cheap affect liver problems. Range have a very high proportion of health-promoting nutrients compared to other medicinal plants.

They contain much vitamin B and C, 21 trace minerals, 18 amino acids and various minerals and iron. You have a very favourable impact on our immune system and our entire organism. By the way they promote well-being and extremely beneficial effect on our inner balance. To make them more durable, bright red Goji are usually dried. Visually, they are then similar to red raisins. Its taste is fruity Tart and reminiscent of a mixture of cranberry and cherry. Apart from the variant as a dry fruit, Goji Berry as juice is offered. However, caution is advised when range of undetermined origin. Lately, more and more reports of symptoms of poisoning appear after enjoying by range on. This is mostly in fruits treated excessively with pesticides. Therefore you should take care with the purchase of range to buy fruit from organic farming.

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