A small bright red-orange fruit that is similar in size with raisins, it has a sweet-sour taste comparable to dates and cherries. It has a mild herb-like aftertaste which could have added to the reason why it is considered a herb.Goji berries can be found in China, the Himalayas and other parts of Asia and Europe. But it could be seen growing wild and in abundance in the hillsides right between Mongolia and Tibet where the best condition for goji berry-growing is ideal. There, where the soil is rich in nutrients, Tibetan goji berries thrive producing fruits that are plump, with a deep red color and a rich, sweet taste.
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