The Chinese Wolfberry is one of the most antioxidant-rich fruits around.
Chinese Wolfberries are said to contain more beta-carotene, a type of antioxidant, than carrots. Antioxidants may have anti-aging and cancer-fighting effects.
Chinese Wolfberries can be cooked, turned into wine or eaten raw.
In Chinese cuisine and medicine, the berries are used in numerous dishes such as porridge, meat and vegetable dishes, soups and teas. In the West, they are often eaten in their dried, uncooked form.