Extreme Health Michele's Goji Berry, Wild Tibetan

Naturally sun-dried. Compare Antioxidants: Extreme's Goji Berries: 25,100 (wet testing), 18,000 (dry testing); Blueberries: 6,220; Raisins: 2,830; Spinach 1,260; Oranges: 750. Please take a look at the variety of nutrients in this tiny fruit berry. I am very pleased to offer you a superb antioxidant superfood from the pristine regions of Tibet loaded with vitamins, minerals, amino acids and immune enhancing polysaccharides. The matrix of nutrients in one berry is astounding. There are over 40 different varieties of the Goji Berry found throughout the world and the Tibetan regions are particularly noted for this potent super-berry. You have in your hands one of the best foods this planet has to offer all of us. I am pleased to offer you the best. Wild Tibetan Goji Berry Benefits: Contains a rich spectrum of antioxidants, vitamins, and beta carotene. Packed with 18 amino acids and 27 trace minerals. Aids normal heart function and blood pressure. Boosts energy, strength and stamina. Enhances physical beauty and youthfulness. May help lower body fat. Supports anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal, anti-bacterial and cleansing action. Helps fortify the immune system. (These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease). Suggested Uses: (Add to) trail mix, power drinks, cereal, smoothies, salads, green tea, or water. A closed container of Goji Berries can be stored at room temperature approximately 1 year or more. You may choose to wash your naturally sun-dried Goji Berries just before eating. Our all natural unsweetened Goji Berries are gathered wild in Tibet and Tibetan regions.