Lycium Berry Smoothie

1 t. finely ground milk thistle seeds
1/3 cup lycium berries
a little lemon juice (optional)


Grind the milk thistle seeds and soak in pure water (distilled, reverse osmosis, filtered, etc.) overnight. Put the lycium berries in a blender until well chopped up. Add the milk thistle seeds and the water in which they have been soaking. Add a little lemon juice.Alternatives: use pineapple juice or pineapple-coconut juice.


Lycium berries are superb liver and blood tonics. They come in many grades. We provide only grade A berries (from China). Cheaper berries are available in many Oriental grocery stores, but we recommend using the higher quality berries. Milk thistle seeds are liver protectors and regenerators. For best results, this formula or something comparable should be used regularly for about two years (liver cells live 18-24 months) until the liver and blood are "rebuilt." They can also be eaten like raisins.

Goji berries are a distinct species of lycium from Tibet and Mongolia. They are a superior quality berry, grown without herbicides or pesticides in a region of the world that has never used these pollutants. They are harvested without being touched by hands so they are not oxidized. The medicinal dose of these incredible berries is 10-30 grams per day.

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Goji Berries

These are the authentic Mongolian goji berries.  Since many imitations are being sold, be careful that these are what you are getting, in the original packaging provided by the sole importer.

One Bag Mongolian Goji Berries, 18 oz.


Three bags  or more $22.50 each.

Ten bags or more, $19.95 each.

Lycium Berries

Image is of grade B
Chinese lycium berries

Lycium Berries from China, one pound, grade B


Lycium Berries from China, one pound, grade A


GOJI Berry Tonic
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Goji Tonic

Mongolian goji berries, hawthorn berries, milk thistle seeds, astragalus root, galangal root, cinnamon bark in alcohol extract with glycerite.

Goji Berry Tonic, 4 oz. liquid tonic


alcohol, $

glycerite, $



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