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Herb Spotlight - Goji Berry 枸杞子

When we think of the goji berry we think of the replenishment of youthful juiciness in our tissue and loins. The archetype of the goji berry is a young woman who is permanently preserved in her youth, and when you take goji long term you can feel why. 

Goji Berry 
Chinese name : Gou Qi Zi / 枸杞子
Botanical name : Fructus Lycii
Organs - Liver, Kidneys, Lungs.
Energetics - Neutral
Treasure - Yin Jing.
Taste - Sweet.
Actions - Tonifies Liver Yin and Kidney Yin, moistens the Lungs and improves vision and brightens eyes
Sourced from -  Sourced from the Ningxia Zhongning districts of China.

  

When we think of the goji berry we think of the replenishment of youthful juiciness in our tissue and loins. The archetype of the goji berry is a young woman who is permanently preserved in her youth, and when you take goji long term you can feel why. 

Goji is used throughout Asia as potent longevity herb and Blood tonic, to assist the cultivation of Yin Jing, to bring brightness to the eyes and improve vision. As a sexual tonic for both men and women, this beautiful berry can support fertility and potentiate the sexual fluids.

 

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Goji is said to bring strength and vigour to the legs and promote circulation. Traditionally used to fortify the entire system, goji is believed to protect against disease and provide the energy needed to overcome obstacles, helping the body deal with stress, while protecting our primordial essence.

Goji Berry is a herb that works best when synergistically formulated with other tonic herbs, which is why it is formulated into our I Am Gaia and JING blends.
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