There are 3 species found in Turkmenistan. Lycium is a hot sun-loving, drought-resistant and heat-loving plant. The shrub blooms in April-May, and the fruits ripen in May-July. Lycium is also found in the foothills, along rivers, in predominantly saline areas and on the outskirts of agricultural fields. Lycium is one of the rare plants in our country. Enough supplies for medicinal purposes. The fruits of the plant serve as raw materials for medicinal purposes. The fruits and seeds of Lycium contain oil, polysaccharides, vitamin C, palmitic and oleic acids. In folk medicine, the fruits and seeds of Lycium are used as a laxative for stomach cramps. It is also a good honey, food and strengthening plant. Place a tablespoon of fruit in a saucepan over low heat. Drink half a glass 20-30 minutes before meals 3 times a day for 10-15 days. A teaspoon of crushed Lycium seeds, pressed, pour 100 ml of alcohol and keep in an airtight container for 10 days. Then you should take 5-10 drops daily for two weeks before meals.