According to current EU legislation, this website can no longer present statements which might give the impression that our herbs or mushrooms have any kind of medicinal effect, even though traditional Chinese medicine has existed for thousands of years and been tried by numerous patients. We’re also unable mention any effects confirmed by contemporary scientific studies. Nevertheless, we trust in the common sense of our customers. Detailed information on herbs and fungi can be looked up online in publicly accessible sources. For example, valuable information is available on www.cinskyherbar.cz or www.tcmencyklopedie.cz.
Lycium are the dried red berries Chinese boxthorn (Lycium chinensis) or goji (Lycium barbarum). They have a mildly sweet, delicious taste. Chinese medicine has been using them for over two thousand years. Lycium’s a sought-after stimulant due to the high amount of vital nutrients it contains.
Tongue: red, with occasional furring or without any furring
Pulse: thin, empty
|Gou Qi Zi||Chinese boxthorn, fruit||Fruc. lycii|
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