Goji berries

Origin & cultivation


They are also called lucky berries and are originally from China and Mongolia. Goji berries belong to the nightshade family, like potatoes or tomatoes. Since the goji bush can also survive colder temperatures, it becomes also very popular to grow goji berries in Central Europe. We get our goji berries from Uzbekistan, more precisely from the Pamir Mountains, also known as "the roof of the world". Most parts of this region are organic certificated and are cultivated by small regional farmers.

 

Nutrient


The little berries are full of energy. They are rich in phytochemicals and antioxidants. They also contain vitamins A & C and healthy amino acids. Our goji berries are free of any artificial additives. In addition, we do not use preservatives or colorings, so that nothing blocks the positive ingredients during absorption.

Effect


Goji berries have long been used in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). They provide energy to the body and support the cardiovascular system. The polysaccharides it contains strengthen the immune system and thus prevent diseases. In addition, the antioxidants are said to protect the cells and reduce free radicals in the body. Goji berries are also known to be good for the eyes and nervous system.

Well, as you can see there is a lot in these little berries. We think they deserve the title of superfood rightly. Are they still missing in your pantry or not? What are you doing with goji berries at home?

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Recipe


Of course, we have a recipe in stock for you so that you can incorporate this wonderful superfood into your nutrition right away. Perfect on hot days or as breakfast, we want to show you this delicious recipe:

Acai-Goji Bowl

Ingredients:

  • 1,5 frozen bananas
  • 80g frozen strawberries
  • 1 frozen Acai Pad
  • 20g goji berries (more as a topping)
  • 250ml plant drink
  • Toppings: Coconut flakes, Nuts, goji berries, fresh fruits & berries, hempseeds

Preparation:

Simply blend everything except the toppings into a creamy mixture in the high-performance mixer. Then put the mixture into a bowl and decorate it with the toppings you prefer. We always use a combination of seeds, nuts, popped grains and dried fruits.

Take a spoon and enjoy!