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Goji Berries

… The Longevity Berry!

Full of antioxidants and vitamins, this supple berry has an impressive nutritional profile. In Traditional Chinese Medicine, Gojis are revered as ‘the secret to eternal youth’ thanks to their high nutritional content. They are traditionally steeped in tea and added to soup. Gojis contain a powerful mix of vitamins A, C and E, 18 amino acids, complete protein, and one of the highest antioxidant levels of any food on the planet. Add to this a spectrum of trace minerals like zinc, iron and calcium, and it’s clear why these berries are renowned for increasing longevity, health and vitality!

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Goji Berry Benefits

Full of Vitamin A, antioxidants, and minerals, this supple berry has an impressive nutritional profile. Imlak’esh Goji Berries are grown to uphold medicinal quality standards of Tibet and China. Imlak’esh Goji Berries are picked fresh and dehydrated raw to preserve their full nutrition and rich flavor. These berries are also considered an adaptogen, aiding the body in managing various stressors and helping you to adapt to changes. It’s no wonder why these berries have been a staple of healing in Traditional Chinese Medicine.

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Antioxidants to promote cellular regeneration.


Vitamin A

Boasting a high Vitamin A content of 26,822 UI, Goji Berries make an excellent source of this vitamin. Just one ounce provides 36% of the Daily Value of Vitamin A—more than carrots, sweet potatoes, and spinach! Vitamin A is essential for maintaining the integrity and health of all surface tissues; this includes: the skin, lining of the respiratory tract, gut, bladder, inner ear, and eye. Science also highlights the role of Vitamin A in maintaining healthy vision and immune system.1

Goji Berries 26,822 IU
Carrots 16,706 IU
Spinach 9,377 IU


Goji Berries are often associated with longevity because of their high concentration of antioxidants. This is important because antioxidants fight free radicals that damage the body’s cells. Gojis specifically contain Carotenoids, Flavonoids, and Phenols — three antioxidants that also play various roles supporting different systems in the body. Carotenoids support healthy vision and protect against macular degeneration. Research suggests that Flavonoids nourish the cardiovascular system and aid in “protecting the cardiovascular system against cardiovascular disease.” Phenols provide extra support in preventing cellular damage from free radicals. The combination of these antioxidants, along with Goji Berries’ other vitamins, minerals, and nutrients create an extremely nourishing superfood.2


Amino Acids

Goji Berries contain 4 grams of complete protein in each 1 oz serving—more than Acai, Blueberries, and Blackberries. As a complete protein, Gojis stand out as a superfood with 18 amino acids, including all 8 essential amino acids. There are certain amino acids our bodies cannot produce so it is critical we get it from our food source. A complete profile of amino acids create a complete protein, and in turn forms the building blocks for our muscles.

Goji Berries 4 g
Acai Berries 0.6 g
Blackberries .04 g

Nutrition comparisons are based on one ounce servings.
Information from NutritionalData.

Traditional Medicine

Considered a source of vitality for over 2000 years, Goji Berries are an important superfruit in Traditional Chinese Medicine. Long-term use of the goji was considered beneficial for strengthening the body, keeping fit, prolonging life, and easing life through all the seasons. According to Traditional Chinese Medicine theory, goji berries can aid the “liver channel” and the “kidney channel”—helping to nourish and tonify these organs, improve jing, and support eye function. 3

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Organic Goji Berries

Packaged in a facility that also processes tree nuts. May contain shell fragments.

This food is not intended to treat, diagnose, cure, or prevent any disease. Statements not evaluated by the FDA.

CA Prop 65 requires warning that this product may contain heavy metals known to the State to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm.

Goji Berries Story

Bright red Goji Berries grow on large bushes, producing several hundred fruit per plant. Imlak’esh Gojis are grown organically by small farmers who utilize traditional practices. Gojis have been cultivated along the fertile floodplains of the Yellow River for more than 700 years, earning a reputation throughout the world for exceptional quality sometimes described as “red diamonds.”

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Traditionally cultivated by small farmers in remote growing regions of China.


Grown to uphold medicinal quality standards of ancient Chinese Medicine.

In addition to supporting small farmers through our sourcing, we donate 5% of our annual profits to eco-social projects that benefit people and planet. Your support of Imlak’esh Organics is felt by thousands of farmers around the world.

We created our 5% for the People program to invest in a brighter future.

Goji Berry Uses

…slightly sweet with a hint of tang!

Savor the unique flavor of goji berries by steeping in tea to rehydrate them into succulent, plump berries. Try adding a few to your green tea in the morning or enjoy them in cereal, garnish desserts, add to trail mix, or bake into treats. Each berry adds a nutritious dose of antioxidants to fortify your body!

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Blend Goji Berries into smoothies or top off smoothie bowls.


Bake these berries in cookies and food bars or garnish treats.


Steep Goji Berries into tea to rehydrate them or add into elixirs.

Recipes with Goji Berries


1 “What is Vitamin A and Why Do We Need It.” Clare Gilbert. Community Eye Health v.26(84); 2013
2 “Food Face-Off: The Berry Wars.” Stephanie Logosh. One Green Planet; 2013
3 “Herbal Medicine: Biomolecular and Clinical Aspects. 2nd edition..” Peter Bucheli, Qiutao Gao, Robert Redgwell, Karine Vidal, Junkuan Wang, and Weiguo Zhang.  CRC Press/Taylor & Francis; 2011