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- Liver Protection

- Gastro-Intestinal Protection

- Anti-Ulcerogenic

- Anti-Inflammatory Properties


- Possible Treatment for Hypertension and Osteoporosis

The eastern medicinal tradition not only uses the berries (fructus Lycii) as a renowned Yin strengthening agent but also the root bark (cortex Lycii radicis) as a cooling agent.

Relevant studies:


"As to the root bark, several compounds have demonstrated a hepatoprotective action as well as inhibitory effects on the rennin/angiotensin system which may support the traditional use for the treatment of hypertension."

Other publications refer to a series of pharmacological activities including hypotensive, hypoglycemic, antifungal and antipyretic activities in animal models.

The results of this study suggest that goji berry roots displays gastroprotective properties as a result of its antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-secretory and anti-apoptotic effects.

This study suggests that goji berry roots posess gastroprotective properties against ethanol-induced gastric injury and could be a possible therapeutic intervention in the treatment and management of gastric ulcers.

Osteoporosis is a common skeletal disease caused by decreased bone mass, it enhances the risk of bone fracture. The results of this study suggest that the root bark extract may be a good natural herbal medicine candidate for the treatment of osteoporosis.

A study about the anti-inflammatory effects of the goji root bark.

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