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Medicinal properties of SeaBerry

The rich therapeutic oil contained in Sea Buckthorn berries is believed to be the most potent naturally occurring concentrate of healing bioactive compounds in the world.
The most important pharmacological functions attributed to Sea Buckthorn oil are anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial, analgesic (pain relief), and regenerative. Based both on many centuries of traditional use, and on modern scientific research and clinical studies, Sea Buckthorn berry oil has been proven to be an amazingly effective natural remedy for all health problems related to many skin conditions, damaged mucous membranes of the gastrointestinal tract , including the following widespread conditions :
• Mouth ulcers (also called aphthae, or canker sores)
• Sore throat and strep throat
• Esophagitis (inflammation of the esophagus) and Barrett’s esophagus
• Acid reflux (GERD)
• Treatment-resistant peptic ulcers and chronic erosive gastritis
• Ulcerative colitis (inflammation and ulceration of colon mucosa)
• Crohn’s disease
• Diverticulosis and diverticulitis


Organic SEABerry Nature's most powerful anti-oxidant plant

Sea Buckthorn is known in China, Russia and Europe as one of nature’s most incredible medicinal plants. Its small, bright orange berries have been cherished for centuries for their truly incredible healing, nutritive, and therapeutic qualities. Sea Buckthorn berries is abundant in vitamins, antioxidants, and other healing compounds. Sea Buckthorn berries have no match in the plant kingdom for their content of carotenoids (pro-vitamin A), tocopherols (vitamin E), phylloquinone (vitamin K), as well as other vitally important healing and health-promoting vitamins, fatty acids, and micro-elements.

Non-toxic to all species! SeaBerry is a food that gives tremendous health benefits:

  • protect against free radical damage
  • promote gastrointestinal health
  • supply micronutrients & omega3,6,9 & 7
  • Improve skin & hair luster
  • support joint health
  • normalize disposition
  • benefits all organ systems
  • 190+ healthful bio-active compounds
  • easily digested and assimilated

 The unique therapeutic properties of Sea Buckthorn are explained by its almost unbelievable abundance in health-promoting bioactive components. The ripe berries of Sea Buckthorn contain more than 190 varieties of bioactive substances. This number includes six different fat-soluble vitamins and vitamin-like substances, 22 fatty acids, 42 kinds of lipids and 36 kinds of flavonoids and phenols [2]. The most important pharmacological functions attributed to Sea Buckthorn  are anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial, analgesic, and regenerative.
"The benefits of Sea Buckthorn are backed by more than 240 published scientific studies world wide“


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History of Sea Buckthorn

One legedary Story about Seabuckthorn:
Legend said that before 12 century BC, the ancient Greeks were surprised to find that some sick horses let loose to die a natural death, became strong and energetic again. The source of this magic was traced to a kind of shrubbery. They name the shrub Hippophae rhamnoides L, meaning trees that make horse shine.

Sibu Yidian [1] - the classic Tibetan medical book written in the eighth century AD - devotes thirty chapters to the amazing medicinal and nutritional uses of Sea Buckthorn. Sibu Yidian places great emphasis on the ability of Sea Buckthorn “to tonify Yin and strengthen Yang.”
Historically, other cultures have also found healing, health and balance from Sea Buckthorn. In India, it is an important part of traditional Ayurveda. It is absolutely essential in the Chinese Pharmacopeia.

In Mongolia, it has long been seen as a source for indefatigable life energy - which is why, it is said, Genghis Khan and his armies drank the juice of the Sea Buckthorn berry to increase stamina and speed up the healing of wounds.

Sea buckthorn has a rich history of use in treating numerous medical conditions. It has been called a wonder plant in many Asian countries, including China, India, and Pakistan. The berries have been used for more than 1,000 years in Tibetan and Indian systems of medicine. In traditional Chinese medicine, it has been used to aid digestion and treat cough, circulatory disorders, and pain. (1 , 6 , 7)
Because of their hemostatic and anti-inflammatory effects, the fruits are added to prescriptions in Indian and Tibetan medicine to treat pulmonary, GI, cardiac (eg, ischemic heart disease), blood, hepatic, and metabolic disorders. Ancient Tibetan medical literature documents the use of sea buckthorn for fever, inflammation, toxicity, abscesses, cough, colds, clearing sputum, laxative effect, tumors (particularly in the stomach and esophagus), and gynecological diseases. (1 , 2) The flowers are used as a skin softener in Tajikistan.( 1) In Mongolia, extracts from the leaves and branches of the plant are used medicinally to treat colitis and enterocolitis in humans and animals. In Middle Asia, the leaves are used to treat GI and skin disorders, and topically applied to treat rheumatoid arthritis. (1 , 2 , 6) In Russia, the oil from the seeds and fruits was used topically to treat chronic dermatoses, eczema, psoriasis, lupus erythematosus, burns, frostbite, and cervical erosion. Oil from the fruit has been used to treat thrombosis. Oil extracts have been used in ophthalmology to treat keratitis, trachoma, conjunctivitis, and injuries or burns of the eyelid. (1))

1. Technology Daily. Pharmacological Studies on Seabuckthorn. April 22th, 1999.
2. Mingyu Xu, Xiaoxuan Sun, Wenxin Tong. Medical Research and Development on Seabuckthorn. HIPPOPHAE. 1994, Vol. 7 (1): 32-39.
3. Zeb A. Important therapeutic uses of sea buckthorn (Hippophae): a review. J Biol Sci 4:687-693, 2004
4 Cenkowski S et al. Quality of extracted sea buckthorn seed and pulp oil, Can Biosystems Engin 48:3.9-3.16, 2006
5. Zeb A. Chemical and nutritional constituents of sea buckthorn juice. Pakistan J Nutr 2004 3(2):99-106
6. Yaonian Qi, Buochuan Zhou, Jing Li, Yuanqi Bao, Yalin Xue. Report on Biochemical Components of Different Type of Seabuckthorn. HIPPOPHAE, March, 1999. Vol. 9 (1): 32-36
7. B. Aluokumofu. Pharmacological Effects of Seabuckthorn Oil. HIPPOPHAE. Sept. 1992, Vol. 5 (8).
8. Pengyuan Zhou, Jingli Jiang. Health Benefits from Seabuckthorn. HIPPOHAE. Sept. 1992,No. 5 (3): 20-25. 


What Seabuckthorn does for Your Immune System

Immunity is the ability and process of resistance of the human body against pathogens harmful to your body. This is necessary and crucial to good health because it means not only freedom from diseases and pains, but also a optimal condition physically, mentally and socially. Continuous good health depends on two things: prevention and wholistic maintenance. In other words, to eliminate pathogens before illness strikes and to avoid further pathological changes and complications when it does.

As a natural immune enhancer: It maintains the stability of the immune system and keeps the supervisory role of the system normal, thus eliminating the mutant and dead cells caused by free radicals, and enhancing phagocytosis of macrophage and killing cancerous cells.

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