Why is Sea Buckthorn a Superfood?
Well I don’t know about you, but berries which contain 190 varieties of health-promoting bioactive substances earns the title “superfood” in my book. 106 of these substances are found in the oil of the berry and include 6 different fat-soluble vitamins, 22 fatty acids, 42 kinds of lipids, and 36 kinds of flavonoids and phenols.
Sea Buckthorn contains more Vitamin A than any other food in the plant kingdom.
Sea Buckthorn has 15X the Vitamin C as an orange – more than any other food, as well as high amounts of Vitamins E and K and a wonderful balance of Omega 3, 6, 7 and 8.
Used by natives for centuries for mucous membrane issues that are now backed by science, Sea Buckthorn is helpful in healing and repairing:
mouth ulcers and sores
sore throat and strep throat
diverticulosis and diverticulitis
Sea Buckthorn oil is great when used topically for dermatitis, eczema, acne and sunburns
Sea Buckthorn’s best whole-body health features are that it is anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial, analgesic, and regenerative, as well as anti-allergic, and full of antioxidants.
What can Sea Buckthorn Help With?
Including the above, Sea Buckthorn can help with:
improving blood circulation and lowering blood pressure
lowering cholesterol and triglycerides
new cell growth
effects of aging
eczema and severe dry skin
lowering cortisol secretion
anti-inflammatory, acts as a pain reliever
wound healing and tissue regeneration
Where does Sea Buckthorn come from?
Sea Buckthorn’s bright orange berries can be found in the mountains of Russia and China.
Chinese natives have been using Sea Buckthorn for centuries. Ghengis Kahn attributed the vitality of his warriors to this berry.
Where can I get Sea Buckthorn?
Right in your yard if you live in the mountains of Russia and China , or else, You can treat your skin by using BEYOND SKIN CARE CREAMS.