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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:

  • esophagitis

  • Barrett’s esophagus

  • acid reflux/GERD

  • peptic ulcers

  • gastritis

  • ulcerative colitis

  • Crohn’s disease

  • 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

  • relieve coughs

  • digestive aid

  • eczema and severe dry skin

  • combating stress

  • lowering cortisol secretion

  • anti-inflammatory, acts as a pain reliever

  • wound healing and tissue regeneration

Where does Sea Buckthorn come from?