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Discovered in the Himalayas 3,000 years ago, Goji berries are considered to be one of the world’s most nutrient rich fruit. For centuries, the Goji berry has been honored among Asian cultures that believed in its strength building and properties associated with longevity. The legend says that this sacred fruit has been harvested with care by monks for thousands of years. This berry of pure vitality is also widely used in Chinese and Tibetan medicines. Virtually unknown to the West until recently, Goji berries are rich age-defying anti-oxidants, vitamins and minerals. Goji berries taste delicious in cereals, yogurt, trail mix and salads. Add them to smoothies, or recipes for muffins, and breads. You can also consume Goji berries as traditionally done in the Himalayas, steeped in tea,