Goji fruit or wolfberry isn't actually from the himalayas. It's found frigging everywhere in China and is so common you can find it in any chinese grocery store.
Basically it is mulberry juice.
Yes. I have heard of it.
Does it taste good? (I'm not drinking anything that tastes bad).
What is "amazing" is that anyone would believe it has any special properties.
All four polysachharides, you say? Is that good? Why?
By definition, a juice is not a "whole food". You really must be very dim.
"Works on a cellular level"?. I guess just about any food does.
Helps ailments and conditions? Show us some solid clinical evidence, why don't you?
If you want antioxidants, eat an apple. It's a lot cheaper.
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