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Wolfberry Extract (Goji) Powder
- High in antioxidants
- Promotes feelings of well-being
- Supports good circulation
Wolfberry, also commonly referred to as goji berry, comes from a shrub native to China and parts of east Asia. In addition to the berry's unique flavor and various health benefits, the fruit is also high in antioxidants.
Wolfberries are rich in nutrients and frequently used in smoothies, teas, wines and juice. They can be consumed cooked, raw or dried. Supplementation is believed to promote general wellness.
Serving Size & Timing
The suggested serving size for Wolfberry Extract is 1000mg (rounded 1/3 tsp) to be taken three times daily.
As with all supplements meant to promote a general well-being, it is important to note that a supplement such as this is by no means a substitute for legitimate medical advice. It is always best to talk to a doctor if you are experiencing problems with your health before taking a course.
Supplement FactsServing size: 1000 milligrams
Serving per container: *
|Amount Per Serving||% Daily Value**|
|Wolfberry Extract (Goji berry) (Lycium barbarum)... 1000mg||*|
** Based on 2,000 calorie diet
Sugar, soy, dairy, yeast, gluten, corn and additives.
As a dietary supplement, take 1000mg (rounded 1/3 tsp) daily, or as directed by physician.
|US Standard Measuring Spoons|
INGREDIENTS & FURTHER INFORMATION
CONCENTRATION OF WOLFBERRY
There are no fillers of any kind present in this food grade solution. It is non-GMO, non-irradiated and vegan. It is standardized to contain 50% polysaccharides.
WOLFBERRY SIDE EFFECTS
There are no side effects associated with this supplement as long as suggested serving sizes are adhered to. Pregnant women and those who are nursing are not recommended to take this product.
Good tasting, great antioxidant*
On 2/20/2017 Michael said...
My husband and I started taking this supplement about a month ago, and we have been pleased with the result, so I looked around the internet for a more economical price for the product, one that had a guaranteed level of active ingredient. I found this and was favorably impressed, so I ordered it while the New Year "THANKS" promotion was in effect. It arrived 3 days later and I'm pleased with the product, though it is difficult to talk about results of use so soon after purchase. Thanks Bulk Supplements.*
On 1/12/2017 Sydney said...
I have been looking for an alternative to eating actual Goji Berries as I just can't stand the taste of them. When I found this powder I thought what could it hurt to try. Well I am very happy that I did!!! I mix it in yogurt on a daily basis and it's amazing and makes me feel great!! I look forward to the long term use and benefits of using this powder. I would highly recommend it to others!!*
On 9/28/2016 MELISSA R. said...
Goji berries are listed in the book, Food Forensics by Mike Adams, as high in lead at 101 ppb and moderately high in aluminum at 40 ppm and arsenic at 54 ppb. The organic goji berries - Saint World Group are considerably better. Just to be on the safe side I am taking a product called HeavyMetalsDefense from heavymetalsdefense.com, which promises to eliminate from the digestive system 99.9% of lead and high percentages of aluminum, arsenic, mercury, cadmium, copper, and uranium with my 1:00 PM meal when I take the BulkSupplements goji supplement.
The following is a list of clinical trials, most double-blinded and placebo-controlled, recorded at the National Medical Library, MEDLINE, as abstracted by GreenMedInfo for goj berry:
1. Goji berry supplementation may be of therapeutic value in macular degeneration.
2. Goji improves sense of well-being, and other indicators of good health.
3. The daily consumption of goji berry juice significantly increases several immunological responses and subjective feelings of general well-being without any adverse reactions.
4. Goji berry extracts have chemopreventive potential in breast cancer treatment.
5. A wolfberry (goji) preparation prevents prenatal stress-induced cognitive impairment of offspring rats and inhibits oxidative damage and mitochondrial dysfunction.
6. Berry fruits presented antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activities in vitro and in vivo.
7. Dietary supplementation with goji berry enhances the immune response and reduces pathogenesis to influenza infection in mice.
8. Dietary wolfberry upregulates carotenoid metabolic genes and enhances mitochondrial biogenesis in the retina of db/db diabetic mice.
9. Goji (lycopom barbarum) exhibits a neuroprotective effect against beta-amyloid peptide neurotoxicity.
10. Goji berry seed oil exhibits anti-atherosclerotic activity comparable to lovastatin.
11. Goji exhibits therapeutic activity in an experimental model of hypertension.
12. Goji inhibits the growth of estrogen receptor positive human breast cancer by favoring altering estradiol metabolism.
13. Goji polysaccharide can protect against focal cerebral ischemic reperfusion injury in mice.
14. Goji significantly enhances peripheral platelet and white blood cell counts in irradiation and chemotherapy-induced myelosuppressive mice.
15. Lycium barbarum (goji) and Rehmannia glutinosa inhibit liver cancer.
16. Oral consumption of goji berry protects mice from UV radiation-induced skin damage via antioxidant pathways.
17. Goji (lycopom barbarum) has various anti-aging properties.
18. Goji (lycopom barbarum) may protect retinal cells in glaucoma.
19. Goji berry (a taurine rich food) may have therapeutic value for diabetic retinopathy.
20. Goji berry extract exhibits the ability to reduce cancer cell viability, inhibits proliferation, and induces apoptosis in A549 human lung cancer cells.
21. Goji berry has potent antioxidant activity.
22. Goji berry inhibits human hepatoma cells.
23. Goji berry may have therapeutic potential in diabetic retinopathy.
24. Goji berry polysaccharide is a promising neuronal protector with potent ameliorative effects on key pathological events.
25. Goji berry polysaccharides induces programmed cell death in prostate cancer cells.
26. Goji has neuroprotective properties against homocysteine-induced toxicity in rat cortical neurons.
27. Lycium barbarum polysaccharide can be provided as a potential chemotherapeutic agent drug to treat cancer.
28. Polysaccharides from wolfberry (goji) antagonizes glutamate excitotoxicity in rat cortical neurons.*
On 9/2/2016 Stephen said...
I have been boiling wolf berry fruit until I find this easy to use, fast dissolving powder. It tastes just like the fruit. Price is unbeatable! Well done, bulksupplemts, thanks!*
On 6/1/2016 QN said...
Another super fruit the Creator has provided for us, but we in the West have only recently recognized. High protein with all the essential amino acids, 21 trace minerals, & the highest number of carotenoids of any known fruit. Also it tastes good & mixes well in a smoothie.
One thing I read is that it is a member of the nightshade family, which could be a problem with those who are sensitive to nightshades.
Received this product as a free sample & will definitely reorder.
Thank you again BS.*
On 4/30/2016 Selena said...
This powder is sweeter than other goji extracts ive tried. It has a sublte bitterness which indicates the polysacharides. I use it in pre-workout drinks to give a rich berry flavor and for its concentration of beneficial nutrients*
On 4/27/2016 scott said...
I have tried Wolfberry for seven days and I like it. I put the powder in a smoothie in the mornings and it doesn't give me a lot of energy, but it does provide some. I'm not sluggish I just feel like I'm ready to conquer the day.
I will continue to use this product in my smoothies on a daily basis. *
On 4/24/2016 laurie said...
*NOTE: 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.
**DISCLAIMER: There is no guarantee of specific results and results can vary.