Goji Berries, also called lycium or wolfberries, are a well-respected tonic herb used as part of the centuries-old tradition of Chinese Herbal Medicine (TCM). These tasty berries can be eaten as is, made into a tea, added to trail mixes or to soups and stews. The flavor is sweet and fruity, with a faintly fruity aroma.
Product Features: Goji berries, or lycium, are native to China and other parts of southeast Asia. Although matrimony vine is one of its other common names, lycium is actually a spiny shrub, not a vine. The ten-foot long, arching branches are, however, reminiscent of a vine. The pale rose-colored flowers develop into red, pointed fruits or berries.
- Mix in trail mix.
- Sprinkle on cereals
- Use in cooking along with tonic herbs
Botanical name: Lycium barbarum Mill.