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Q. How do I measure 60ml of Himalayan Goji Juice?
A. 60ml of Himalayan Goji Juice is about 2 tablespoons.
Q. How does FreeLife ensure the quality of Himalayan Goji Juice?
A. Our Spectral Signature is your assurance of potency, purity, and authenticity in every bottle.
Q. How much Himalayan Goji Juice should someone drink on a daily basis?
A. FreeLife recommends 60ml daily. There are no known side effects from drinking more than that (other than smiling too much!).
Q. What's all the fuss about ORAC?
A. ORAC (Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity) is a non-official, non-governmental, private for-pay service that puts a product through a simple test that results in a number that represents what they call "total antioxidant power." There are many different classes of antioxidants, however, and they each work differently. To a scientist, the ORAC number means little because it does not give specific information about what kinds of antioxidants are present. Because the test is so limited in what it measures, we have never done an ORAC test on Himalayan Goji Juice.
Q. What makes Himalayan Goji Juice unique or special?
A. Polysaccharides are unique to goji, but can vary in quality depending on the ancestry of the plant and the growing conditions for a particular region in a particular year. FreeLife is the only company that has developed a Spectral Signature to ensure that you always receive the same high potency polysaccharides in exact balance when you drink Himalayan Goji Juice.
Q. Is Himalayan Goji Juice only made with goji berries from the Himalayas?
A. Although they grow in the wild, goji berries are not cultivated in the Himalayas in sufficient quantity for large-scale distribution. The berries used in Himalayan Goji Juice are selected from the world's best-known growing regions. These include Inner Mongolia, as well as Ningxia and Xinjiang in the pristine Heavenly Mountains of western China. We use only those berries that conform to the precise Spectral SignatureŽ fingerprint and balanced polysaccharide profile of the original Lycium barbarum (goji) of the Himalayas.
Q. Can children drink Himalayan Goji Juice?
A. Yes, Himalayan Goji Juice is great for the entire family.
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