Wolfberry

Wolfberry

Lycium barbarum does not contain any toxins and can be consumed for a long time. It is one of the traditional Chinese medicines released by the Ministry of Health that can share the same medicine and food.

  Although Chinese wolfberry has good nourishing effects, it is not suitable for everyone.

The book “Chinese Materia Medica” pointed out that the spleen and stomach were cold, and those who suffered from intestinal slippage should not use wolfberry.

  Although Chinese wolfberry has the effect of nourishing the liver and kidney, the sweet and moisturizing drugs are usually not easy to digest, so the indigestion caused by weak spleen and stomach should be used with caution for diarrhea.

  Because the effect of warming the body of wolfberry is quite strong, it is a cold and fever, and people who have breathing in the body should not take it often.

  Lycium barbarum also enhances sexual function, and those with hypersexual function should not take it for a long time.

  Healthy adults should not take more than 20 grams of wolfberry per day; if used for treatment, take 30 grams per day under the guidance of a doctor.