Re: Goji juice anyone?
I started Goji over a year ago. I used to buy Dr. Earl Mindell's proprietary MLM juice but it was out of my reach financially in the end. I think the bottled juice has a spectral signature with a measured amount of glyconutients in it and the Chinese practitioners and naturopaths I have spoken to say it is better quality. They have mora machines which test the oscillations of organs inside the body and many people who were having this tested in a naturopaths after taking the juice had marked improvement. I was told many people were later deterred from taking the Goji because of price and went with cheaper competitors only to discover that they weren't getting any benefit and that their mora levels had changed drastically overnight. I don't like MLM at all and was very suspicious of anyone posing as a benevolent person with the cure to all my problems. Noni Juice was also a big craze and the same people who are marketing Goji were also involved with Noni as well. When you think about it Goji have been around for thousands of years and it has only become recently available to the west. I read an article by
on Goji and he is a Traditional Chinese Practitioner, he believes you can get them for fair price. There is an article on his website about it. I went to Chinese Grocers and also to TCM to get mine. It might not be as wonderful as the bottled juice but you are still getting reasonable results. As for my mora levels, I just use a trivortex disc which costs about $80 and lasts a lifetime. I have felt better with it compared to just taking the average dried herb and it has improved my health substantially. It brings your organs to a healthful state. I have been astounded with what this disc has done for me but I think the initial money layout is a turn off to people and you think it may be a gimmick when actually a lot of scientific research has gone into it and they work with distinguished people like Dr. Esmarato. I would wholeheartedly give it a try because it is an amazing device and it does not put a hole in your pocket. It has been by far worth all the investment and you don't have to continually buy something. The information about this is worth looking into. In the end it is up to the individual to make their own choices about their health and what their beliefs are surrounding the efficacy of health related products. I don't know whether they are different strains of the same specie, the wolfberry vs.goji I have read much about it and there are said to be differences and there is also the debate over agricultural farming methods and pesticides but I think it only serves to protect their market niche. I think based on the clinical results of mora it is an effective product but the price is beyond people's capacity to pay. There will always be various levels of health and you sort of may have to accept a reasonable state for yourself and accept a little less. If this is not for you then you will have to factor Goji into your budget. Otherwise there is also oil pulling which keeps you healthy for next to nothing.