Sea buckthorn is known as a 'cure-all' food in parts of eastern Asia and Russia and has been used for thousands of years as a medicine with powerful health benefits. It grows in the Himalayan mountains and produces tiny berries from which the oil is taken for medicinal purposes.
The berries contain fourteen essential vitamins, omega-3 fatty acids and the rarely found omega-7 fatty acids. These fatty acids have a myriad of powerful health benefits that protect the blood vessels, brain and the heart.
The vitamin C content of one tiny yellow/orange sea buckthorn berry is higher than that of an orange. It is also rich in antioxidants, vitamin E and hundreds of other nutrients and has powerful anti-inflammation and anti-cancer properties.
Sea buckthorn has medicinal properties that can treat many kinds of inflammatory conditions and metabolic syndrome and regular consumption can also improve the condition of the skin and hair.
A tea made with sea buckthorn leaves can reduce the blood pressure and lower cholesterol, prevent and treat blood vessel diseases and boost immunity.
Health disorders sea buckthorn can help to treat and protect against