Chinese Wolfberry

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Related to Chinese Wolfberry: Goji berry, Lycium chinense
A perennial shrub, the fruit of which is used for diabetes, fatigue, headache, impotence, low back pain, malnutrition, night blindness, nocturnal emission, poor vision, spermatorrhoea, thirst, tinnitus, and tuberculosis
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The topics include antioxidants in herbs and spices and their roles in oxidative stress and redox signaling, cranberry, biological activities of ginseng and its application to human health, health benefits of tea, biomolecular and clinical aspects of Chinese Wolfberry, herbs and spices in preventing and treating cancer, diabetes and herbal medicine, ethics of using herbal medicine as a primary or adjunct treatment, and issues of drug-herb interaction.
The natural compounds that were synthesized are N-caffeoyldopamine and N-coumaroyldopamine, and their analogs, which are found in sweet peppers, Chinese wolfberry, and cocoa.
One type, grown mainly in China, is the Lycium Chinense, often referred to as Chinese wolfberry, matrimony vine, or Chinese boxthorn.