Correctly understand the value of black wolfberry

Black wolfberry contains anthocyanin which does have antioxidant effect, but it does not treat cancer, it is exaggerated to say it’s anti-cancer.

The value of black wolfberry

Black wolfberry is sweet, nature, rich in protein, lycium barley polysaccharides, amino acids, vitamins, minerals, trace elements and other nutrients.

At the same time it is also rich in anthocyanins, its anthocyanin content is actually more than blueberries, and it is so far found the wild plants with highest content of anthocyanins. Anthocyanins can improve the blood circulation, to gradually restore our long declined capillaries. So black wolfberry in the progesterone is known as “arteriosclerosis antidote.”

Black Chinese wolfberry anthocyanins are said to be “great anti-cancer medicine”, mainly because that its anthocyanins can eliminate free radicals in the body, able to effectively prevent the production of cancer cells, so as to achieve the purpose of anti-cancer. However, the current anti-cancer effect of black wolfberry is still in the research stage, and worth further study, any effect should have a scientific basis.

However, it’s undiniable that the black wolfberry body does have  certain health effects to human body, and anthocyanins contained in black wolfberry is beneficial for cardiovascular and cerebrovascular patients.

Precautions of eating black wolfberry

1, Can be eat directly or make tea and wine like normal red fruit wolfberry.

2, Can be added into warm water to drink, daily of 5g black wolfberry is suggested, no excessive consumption.

3, When added into warm water,  the water may appear blue or purple, it’s just normal phenomenon.

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