Sea Buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) is a berry bush found in Asia and Europe. The berry has been used in Asian traditional medicine for more than one thousand years.
Modern research has found that sea buckthorn oil is an important source of polyunsaturated fatty acids (particularly Omega 7). Polyunsaturated fatty acids are important structural components of mucous membranes, which form the protective lining of internal organs such as the vaginal and respiratory tracts, as well as the surface of the eyes and mouth.
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Sea buckthorn berry is becoming as popular as pomegranate and acai berry because of its very impressive nutritional profile. It contains over 190 nutrients and phytonutrients, including vitamin C, which is 12 times higher than that of an orange.13 It also contains high amounts of vitamins, minerals, fiber, and protein, making it a powerful superfood.
This berry also has as much vitamin E as wheat germ, three times more vitamin A than carrots, and four times more superoxide dismutase (SOD), an important enzyme that helps prevent free radical damage, than ginseng.14 Plus, it’s the only plant source that contains omega 3, 6, 9, and 7.15
Both sea buckthorn seed and fruit oil are rich in nutrients such as carotenoids, tocotrienols, and tocopherols. They are loaded with antioxidants like phenols, terpenes, and glucosides; vitamins A, C, and E; beta-carotene; plant sterols; and trace elements such as copper, iron, selenium, and manganese.16
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