• Rich source of vitamin C
• Nutritious superfood
• Standardised extract to ensure potency
What are goji berries?
Goji berries are widely believed to be one of the most nutrient-packed fruits available on the market. They are packed with high levels of omega oils and polysaccharides and are thought to be the second richest natural source of vitamin C in all known common foods. They also contain carotenoids, amino acids and 21 trace minerals including zinc, iron, copper, calcium, selenium and phosphorus.
Why take a goji berry supplement?
Super strength superfood
|Nutritional Information||Per tablet||% EC RDA|
|Goji Berry Extract 2000mg (4:1) standardised to 500mg||2000mg||-|
|RDA = Recommended Daily Allowance, µg = Microgramme|
|mg = Milligram, IU = International Units|
Other ingredients: Microcrystalline Cellulose, Dicalcium Phosphate, Magnesium Stearate, Silica.
V: Suitable for vegetarians
A: Free from artificial additives and preservatives
L: Lactose free
W: Wheat free
F: Fish free
G: Gluten free
Y: Yeast free
Take two to three tablets daily as a food supplement or as directed by a healthcare professional. Store in a cool dry place. Keep away from children at all times. Do not use if the seal is broken.
If you are taking any prescription medication, you have a medical condition or you have specific concerns about the suitability of our products, always consult your GP or Pharmacist prior to taking supplements. Do not exceed stated dose. Store in a cool dry place. Keep away from children at all times. Do not use if seal is broken. Pregnant or lactating women should consult a Doctor before using this product. Suitable for vegetarians. Image is for illustration purposes only. Food supplement: This product should not be used as a substitute for a varied diet.
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All orders dispatched to UK addresses will automatically qualify for FREE Standard 2 Day Delivery, regardless of order size. This means you won't be waiting long for your goods to arrive. Order before 12.30pm Monday-Friday to receive goods within 2 working days. (excluding bank holidays)
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Place your order before 12.30pm Monday-Friday to receive your goods the next-working day (excluding bank holidays). For orders under £70 there is a small £5.25 charge for Express Next Day Delivery.
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Terms & Conditions
Orders must be placed before 12.30pm Monday to Friday (excluding bank holidays) to qualify for our Express Next Day Delivery or Standard 2 Day Delivery. These services are currently available for UK addresses only and are subject to stock levels. If an item(s) is out of stock, it will be given priority delivery upon arrival. For full terms and conditions please click HERE.
How big are these now they are tablets?
Each tablet measures approximately 19.5mm by 8.2mm.
|Q:||Do Goji Berry supplements have the same benefits as taking Goji juice?|
Goji Berry supplements provide highly concentrated sources of the vitamins and minerals within the berries. Goji Berry juice also provides many of these beneficial nutrients, however, they often contain a high sugar content to make the juice more palatable. Supplements offer all the benefits of Goji Berry juice without the high sugar content.
|Q:||Would it be safe for my husband to take Goji Berry capsules whilst he is taking Warfarin for his heart? We know that he is not allowed to take Cranberry tablets, is this similar to your goji berries?|
Unfortunately, as we are not medically trained, we could only advise that you consult your GP in regards to this.