A deciduous shrub of the branch family that is often planted on banks, streams, and hedges near a village. The height is about 3 meters, and the circle grows obliquely and the tip falls down, but sometimes grows against other objects. There are usually spines but none. The young branches are yellow-gray. The harvest season is October and is used in cool, shady places until the fruit skin is wrinkled and dried in the sun. It tastes bitter (or sweet) and has a slightly cold (or flat) temper. First of all, there are various vitamins in the gugija. In particular, 100 grams of vitamin A is rich in various vitamins, including 500 percent of the recommended daily intake and 80 percent of vitamin C. It contains rich calcium and 18 kinds of amino acids, as well as various fatty acids and antioxidants, which are good for your health. The beta-carotene in it also helps keep your skin clean and healthy, and the antioxidants in it protect your skin from inflammation and various germs. Especially, ball players are known to be good for diabetics. A ball player acts to control the sugar that enters the bloodstream and stabilizes the blood sugar level. And ball players are also effective in lowering bad cholesterol levels, which are built up in blood vessels and interferes with blood flow. Since ancient times, ball players have been best known for protecting the liver. This fruit helps our health by removing toxins from our liver. And the shijandrine in it also helps you stay healthy in your mental part, such as relieving insomnia and reducing stress and anxiety.