Lycii berry is the chewy, bright red fruit of a shrub in the potato and tobacco family that is native to the highlands of China, where it is more commonly known as gou qi zi. It is also referred to as fructus lycii, Chinese wolfberry and goji. Lycii berries, which have a flavor akin to raisin, is used eaten by hand as a snack, added to salads, cereals or yogurt, or is cooked with rice and other foods. Dried lycci berries may be added to tea blends or used to infuse flavor into other beverages.

Goji/ Lycii Berry, 1/4lb

$13.99Price
  • Also known as wolf berry, Chinese matrimony vine and goji, lycii is a member of the nightshade family, which includes tomato, eggplant, potato and tobacco.

    In Asia, the bright red berries are used to flavor teas, wines and jelly, or they are used dried in soups, meat and vegetable stews and a rice porridge called conjee. As a tea, the whole berries are often combined with other herbs, such as licorice root and astragalus root.

OUR STORE
HOURS OF OPERATION
HELP

Address: 3141 West Roosevelt Rd.

Chicago, IL 60612

Phone: 773-762-1090

Email:  nlhealthchicago@gmail.com

*All water refills are $1 per gallon.  Any contents under 1 gallon will be charged up to the gallon. Alkaline water refills are handled in store only!!

SUBSCRIBE
  • Grey Facebook Icon
  • Instagram - Grey Circle
  • Grey Twitter Icon

© 2020 New Life Health Foods, Inc.

* Statements on anything mentioned on nlhealthchicago.com have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Nothing on this website is intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.