Wolfberry Fruit Juice Powder
Lycium barbarum L. speices are deciduous shrubs. In ancient Chinese medicine works, Lycium plants are described to work well in nourishing liver and kidney, enhancing eyesight, enriching blood, invigorating sex, reducing rheumatism and so on. More of their functions such as immunity improvement, anti-oxydation, anti-aging, anti-cancer, growth stumulation, hemopoiesis enhancing, increation regulating, blood sugar reducing, bearing improvement and many other new functions are conformed in modern clinic researches. Lycium is also widely used in brewing, beverage and many other products.
Product Name:Chinese wolfberry Fruit Juice Powder
Latin Name:Lycium barbarum L
Appearance: Brown red Powder
Particle Size: 100% pass 80 mesh
Active Ingredients:Lycium/ barbarum/ polysaccharides
GMO Status:GMO Free
Packing: in 25kgs fiber drums
Storage:Keep container unopened in cool, dry place,Keep away from strong light
Shelf Life:24 months from date of production
-Benefit for kidney, nutritional for lung, good for vision and eyes.
-Many type of amino acid, vitamins, and more other nutritional components and minerals, can supply body fluid and increase internal secretion
- Enhance immunity.
-Decrease acidic content in blood.
-Can be made of the best natural health care products, widely used in health food, health drink, and teas.
-Can be used as a tonic for the eyes, especially where the circulation is thought to be poor, in conditions of dizziness, blurred vision, and diminished sight.
-In the respiratory system it is used to tonify the lungs, especially in conditions with a consumptive cough.
-In the cardiovascular system lycium is used as a circulatory tonic, to reduce blood pressure and to lower lipid levels
Application:Health food and beverage
Bilberry (Vaccinium Myrtillus L.) is a kind of perennial deciduous or evergreen fruit shrubs, mainly found in subarctic regions of the world as in Sweden, Finland and Ukraine, etc. Bilberries contain dense levels of anthocyanins pigments, which was said popularly to have been used by World War II RAF pilots to sharpen night vision. In fork medicine, Europeans have been taking bilberry for a hundred years. Bilberry extracts entered the health care market as a kind of dietary supplement for effects on vision enhancement and visual fatigue relief.