Could the GOJI berry be the secret to long life, good health, and shiny skin?
GOJI berries cost $30 for a mere 18 ounces. They are never touched by human hands in the field as that would cause them to oxidize and turn black instead of the pretty red that that they are. The berries grow in Mongolia and Tibet, and workers there shake the bush so that that the berries fall onto a mat. They are dried in the shade for the same reason.
GOJI berries are super healthy- they contain 19 amino acids, 21 trace minerals, vitamins C, B1, B2, B6, E, essential fatty acids, polysaccharides and other nutrients.
The berry is the size of a raisin and tastes like a combo of cherries and cranberries. How’s that for a unique taste?
Rumor has it that in trendy California, current folk wisdom is that if you eat GOJI berries in the morning, you will be happy all day long.