#4. Visual Acuity

Discover a simple botanical combination that can brighten your eyes, repair the optic nerve, and strengthen the visual cortex in your brain.


Want to win a trip to China visiting the non-tourist herb-growing region in Sichuan?

Here’s what to do: Just write a Review for Botanical Biohacking on iTunes or Stitcher, take a screenshot of your review, and email it to BotanicalBiohacking@gmail.com. Each month, we’ll send one of you a herbal gift (ginseng + goji berry powder for March, 2017). What’s more, we’ll pick one of the listeners to come with us to visit Sichuan, China later this year (2017) !

Show notes:

:40 Bright eyes

2:09 Story of Ju Hua (Chinese chrysanthemum)

3:50 Traditional properties of Chinese chrysanthemum

5:11 Modern research on Chinese chrysanthemum

6:21 Story 1 of Gou Qi Zi (Gouji berries)

8:12 Story 2 of Gouji berries

9:17 Tradition use of Gouji berries

9:21 Modern research on Gouji berries

9:49 Ju Hua and Gou Qi Zi combo pharmacology

11:19 Quality criteria for Goji berries and Tibetan Goji berries

12:50 Qi Ju Di Huang Wan (get it here)

13:59 Precautions

14:12 Herbal wine for vision

14:41 Book Enlightenweight

15:02 Herbal combo for alcohol extraction: Gou Qi Zi, Tu Si Zi, Sha Yuan Zi

15:44 Effective doses



One Comment

  1. Reply
    RJ Singer July 13, 2017

    I am continually amazed by the information you present on this podcast, especially in terms of herb quality and pharmacology. Had no idea previous to this podcast that Tibetan Gou Qi Zi are black berries. Thanks for sharing such great content.

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