I've heard good things about it, and I know it is high in antioxidents, healthy fats, and oleic acid. The oleic acid is said to help cells absorb omega three fish oils which are said to prevent some health related issues. Since it is natural, it seems as if it might be worth trying to see if the claims are true.
This is another way of taking advantage of people's gullibility. Nowadays, people will buy anything if it claims to be "all natural" and have some sort of medicinal purposes. There are no serious scientific articles that show true benefits to consuming these berries.
Most of us does not neglect the healing power of nature, finding in plants and herbals miraculous remedies.
But this does not mean to ignore the allopathist.
The natural medicine could be an useful help to allopathy.
One natural remedy is the Goji Berry, that is the dried form of red berries. Asian countries know and use this remedy for more than 6000 years. This remedy contains polysaccharides and omega oils and it is prepared in various forms, from soups to juice or tea.