Himalayan Goji Juice

For centuries in traditional chinese medicine goji has played an important part in its health promoting properties and as a powerful anti-aging food. The goji berries, also known as wolfberries, grow on vines that are native to the Himalayas. They also can be grown in other areas if the climate is right. The goji was discovered by early Himalayan healers who in legends were praised for the good health and longer life that was provided to those who ate the fruit daily.

Some years ago, FreeLife & Dr. Earl Mindell teamed up to create a goji juice that could have all the benefits of the fruit by using an extraction process for a standardized form of the plant. There has been much controversy about their Himalayan Goji Juice as to how significant the health benefits may be. Dr. Mindell’s passionate claims of anti-aging properties to curing of cancer and other diseases, produced a confrontational CBC television documentary with the intent to stamp out most of these claims by emphasizing that the main purpose was to take advantage of sick patients monetarily by hyping a “miracle cure” through pyramid marketing.

The Freelife Goji Juice also is not made from goji berries grown in the Himalayas. Dr. Mindell stated that the unique polysaccharides in his product has the same exact nutrient profile as the Himalayan kind and that only his juice has the master molecules that help smooth functioning of the cells in the body.

Whether the Himalayan Goji Juice has substantial health benefits, the company believes it does and stands behind their claims.