Wolfberry - adverse effects
Also known as Goji Berry, wolfberry is most commonly found in Asia. ￼ Its use dates back to more than 2000 years.
In recent years, the popularity of wolfberry has increased in areas where it has been touted as an anti-aging and anti-oxidant food.
It is a sweet, red fruit that has been traditionally consumed raw, as a juice, in wine, or tea.
Goji berries can interfere with the safety and effectiveness of some medications. ￼
Evidence in humans shows that wolfberry can interfere with the metabolism of warfarin, a blood thinner used in anticoagulation therapy.
When consumed in moderation, wolfberries are likely safe.￼