All About Wolfberries (Goji Berries)

2 14 July, 2018 - All Posts, At Home, DIY Infografic, Essential Oils

Find out more about wolfberries—the fruit celebrated around the world for its benefits and taste.


How to use Goji Berries / wolfberries infographic


 

FUN FACTS ABOUT WOLFBERRIES                             

  • Wolfberries are native to China, with the majority growing in China’s NINGXIA PROVINCE.
  • Traditional Chinese medicine has used wolfberries for more than 2,000 YEARS
  • Wolfberries are also known as GOJI BERRIES and LYCIUM BERRIES.
  • ZEAXANTHIN gives wolfberries their bright red colour.

HOW TO USE DRIED WOLFBERRIES                                

  • Line the bottom of a mug and add hot water to make WOLFBERRY TEA.
  • Top yoghurt or a smoothie with wolfberries for a wholesome breakfast.
  • Add to granola or trail mix for A BOOST OF NUTRITION on the go.
  • Mix into your favourite muffin, pancake or bread recipes.           
  • Toss with leafy greens, nuts and vinaigrette for AN EXOTIC SALAD.

YOUNG LIVING WOLFBERRY PRODUCTS                   

  • NINGXIA ZYNG® a delicious alternative to sugary soft drinks, with a hint of Lime and Black Pepper essential oils.
  • NINGXIA RED® Our proprietary fruit juice drink with whole wolfberry puree, pure essential oils and fruit juices & extracts.

AND MANY MORE PRODUCTS                                    


What are your favourite ways to bring the benefits of wolfberries into your life? Tell us in the comments below!     

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2 Comments

  • Maria Langford 15 July, 2018 - 1:10 am Reply

    ooh I love the idea of wolfberry tea! Definitely going to try that 🙂

  • Serena John 15 April, 2019 - 11:59 pm Reply

    Really need to get my hands on this 🙂

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