These tiny Wolfberries (also known as Lycium Fruit; Lycium barbarum; Matrimony Vine; Gou Qi Zi are orange to red in colour, depending on where they are grown in China.

Generally, they are taken as tea or soup (both savoury and sweet) to help promote the healthy functioning of Chi and Blood.

The wolfberries nourish the blood and are also commonly used to tewat anaemia. They are also excellent in the treatment of arthritis and dry skin while also promoting clear and radiant eyes.

Wolfberry Tea (2 serving)


  • 2 - 3 tbsp dried wolfberries
  • 2 cups of water
  • Honey to taste

Place wolf berries and water in a saucepan and bring to the boil.

Stir, cover and reduce heat. Simmer over low heat for approximately five minutes. Sweeten with honey if desired and drink immediately.

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