Though goji is just becoming popular in the west, it has a long history of use in China, where it is known as lycii berry, wolfberry and Gou Qi Zi. In a recent study, people were given either 120ml of goji juice or a placebo juice. They rated themselves as significantly better after two weeks of drinking goji juice in the following catagories: . . .  athletic performance, sleep quality, ease of waking up, fatigue, focus, stress, calmness, happiness, feeling healthy, bowel regularity, improved skin, reduced desire for sweets, menstrual pain and increased sexual activity. Pretty good!

  • J Altern Complement Med 2008;14:403-12

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