I've heard of Goji juice from a friend. It's marketed much in the same way that Avon products are- independent salespeople sell it off to people and take a cut of the profit. Just put it into Google and you'll get lots of "information" about
how it can cure so many illnesses, make you lose weight, sleep better, run a marathon, etc, etc. I haven't seen any actual research that shows that it's effective for anything, but some people do believe in it. Personally, I wouldn't spend my money on something like that, because it isn't cheap and there are absolutely no guarantees that it does anything. However, I do understand wanting to look into non-traditional or alternative remedies to see if they might help. It's your money. And if it works for you, great! However, I just wanted to comment on your statement that there's no harm in trying juice. Just because alternative therapies are "natural" or "just juice/pills/powder/herbs/whatever" does not mean they're safe. Would you go into the forest, pick a random mushroom, and eat it, thinking that because it's natural, it must be safe or at least not too harmful? "Natural" remedies are not product tested like prescript
ion drugs are, and are not regulated by the FDA. There's definitely good reason to talk to a doctor or pharmacist before trying any alternative suppliments because you never know how it could react with your body, your disease, or your meds. Good luck.