How effective is wolfberry?

wolfberry fruit contains wolfberry polysaccharides and is rich in carotene, vitamin A1, B1, B2, C, calcium, iron and other essential nutrients for healthy eyes. Therefore, it is commonly known as “bright eyes”. Physicians have always used wolfberry to treat dizziness caused by insufficient liver blood, kidney yin deficiency, and night blindness.

If you used to add a small amount of goji berries when cooking porridge, soaking in water, and cold dishes every day, there is no need to stop just because you watched this show. A hundred grams of wolfberry is only ten or twenty yuan, how much is a few grams of wolfberry worth? It can provide a wide range of nutrition and health ingredients, especially the carotenoids, which are beneficial to our tired eyes.

  1. Lower blood sugar and anti-fatty liver

wolfberry fruit has the effects of lowering blood sugar, anti-fatty liver, and anti-atherosclerosis. When used as a traditional Chinese medicine, it has the effects of nourishing the liver and kidneys, benefiting shrewdness, and treating dizziness and dimness, kidney deficiency and backache. Of course, wolfberry has the effects of lowering blood pressure, reducing fever, and antibacterial. Its main function is to clear away heat and cool blood, reduce deficiency and heat, and treat symptoms of asthenia, fever, and hematuria.

  1. Anti-fatigue and lowering blood pressure

For modern people, the most practical effect of wolfberry is anti-fatigue and lowering blood pressure. In addition, wolfberry can protect the liver, soften blood vessels, reduce blood cholesterol and triglyceride levels, and have certain effects on fatty liver and diabetes patients. According to clinical medicine, wolfberry can also treat chronic renal failure.

  1. Beauty

Many people may not know that wolfberry has a beauty effect, because wolfberry can improve the skin’s ability to absorb oxygen. Often eating wolfberry can play a whitening role.

  1. Strong bones, resistant to cold and heat

Often eating wolfberry can “firm muscles and bones and resist cold and heat.” Modern research shows that wolfberry has the functions of enhancing immunity, delaying aging and anti-cancer, and is often used as a nourishing food.

In addition to the above health benefits, the medicinal value of wolfberry is mainly reflected in the auxiliary treatment of male infertility, obesity, nocturnal dry mouth in the elderly, chronic atrophic gastritis and other diseases.

  1. Why is black wolfberry so hot?

Black wolfberry is known as the “king of anthocyanins”, and anthocyanins can dispel freckles, fight wrinkles, delay aging, and prevent cancer. Wild black wolfberry is rich in protein, fat, carbohydrates, free amino acids, organic acids, minerals, trace elements, alkaloids, vitamin C, B1, B2 and other nutrients.

Compared with red wolfberry, it has richer vitamins, minerals and other nutrients, and its medicinal and health care effects are far higher than red wolfberry. Therefore, it is known as the wild “blue enchantress”.

Dosage:

Wolfberry is mostly taken internally, and can be decocted into a medicinal soup, and can also be used for soaking in wine or as a stew. The general dosage is about 5~10 grams. You can also make tea for drinking, or chew the steamed wolfberry directly.

Storage method:

It should be stored in a cool and dry place to prevent dampness, sultry heat, mold, and insects. It can also be stored in the refrigerator.

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