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Seabukthorn - incredible super fruit

SEE, I'M WONDERFUL. NO EXAGGERATION!

I was studied by scientists and doctors. They, the wise ones, believe that I'm phenomenal. But I simply do my job. I treat and make you more beautiful. Listen! I work from head to foot. I'm your doctor who heals, a nurse who furnishes the cells with vitamins and other good substances, a hospital attendant who excretes and stimulates the work of livers.

Vitamins in me have a higher concentration than in other plants. For example, vitamin A is 3 times more than in carrots, vitamin C - 10 times more than in oranges, but vitamin E - 4 times more than in the sunflower seeds.

VITAMIN C

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VITAMIN E

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VITAMIN A

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Sea Buckthorn 3x more Vitamin A than Carrots

I HAVE 190 BIOACTIVE SUBSTANCES

  • Many strong antioxidants
  • 22 fatty acids, including: 
  • 18 amino acids
  • Omega 3
  • 14 vitamins (A, B group, C, D, K, P)
  • Omega 6
  • Provitamins
  • Omega 7
  • 11 micro elements (zinc, calcium, iron, etc.)
  • Omega 9
  • Phenols
  • 36 types of flavonoids
  • 42 types of lipids
 


 

LOOK, WHAT I DO FOR YOUR SAKE

  • I make miracles in your skin - it gets regenerated, becomes elastic, its              
    structure improves
  • I naturally renew your energy
  • I'm a strong antioxidant
  • I fight with infections and viruses
  • I act as an antidepressant
  • I improve the health of viscera
  • I delay aging, renew the cells
  • I make the heart work like a clock
  • I prevent inflammations
  • I help to activate the brain
  • I decrease the cholesterol level
  • I improve the nervous system
  • I decrease the risk of malignant tumours
  • I heal wounds
  • I stimulate the immune system
  • I eliminate he consequences from chemotherapy
  • I improve blood circulation and prevent lodgement of arteries
  • I improve the sexual potency

 

IN Other WORDS - I MAKE YOU SHINE IN HEALTH AND BEAUTY!

Short history

Seabuckthorn originated in the Himalayan Mountains, where it’s natural vigour could allow it to thrive at elevations up to 14,000 feet. Historically, Chinese were the first to use seabuckthorn as a drug. More than a thousand years ago seabuckthorn was recorded in Yue Wang Yao Zhen from the Tang Dynasty and in Sibu Yidian, whose writing was completed in the 8th century. Thirty chapters were devoted to seabuckthorn medicinal products, mentioning the pharmacological effects on inducing the expectoration, opening the inhibited lung energy, dispersing dampness, tonifying the YIN and strengthening the YANG.

 
The medical use of seabuckthorn during those times included treatment of burns and skin injuries/diseases, healing wounds, and sunburn. The high Omega 7 content of the seabuckthorn berry explains why it was so beneficial to the treatment of these skin ailments in ancient times.
 
Seabuckthorn has been used for centuries in Eurasia for food and medicinal uses. In ancient Greece, seabuckthorn was known as a remedy for horses, using leaves, berries, and young branches in the fodder helped to make them strong and with shinny hair. The berries being the most vitamin and nutrient rich part of the plant was even fed to race horses at the time.
 

Seabuckthorn develops an extensive root system rapidly and is therefore an ideal plant for preventing soil erosion and land reclamation. The European plants are typically found on riverbanks, seashores, and slopes. Seabuckthorn is predominantly distributed in temperate regions. It is, however, highly adaptable to varying and extreme conditions, including temperatures ranging from -43 to 40 ºC, drought, high altitudes, salinity, alkalinity, and inundation.

In more modern times, seabuckthorn juice was used by Russian cosmonauts in space for over 20 years to enhance their health and resistance to stress and cosmic radiations. In fact seabuckthorn juice was the official drink of the Chinese athletes during respective Olympics.

Strong antioxidant

Aging and illnesses are related thereto, such as heart disease and cancer could develop due to excessive oxidation caused by free radicals. Free radicals are produced when our body breaks down food or when we are exposed to smoke, pollution or radiation. The buildup of free radicals over time is largely responsible for the aging process. The same free radicals play a crucial role in developing cancer, heart disease, diabetes and hypertension.

Antioxidants are substances that reduce the oxidation levels in the body. A healthy person is endowed with a strong oxidative system - the system itself is programmed to neutralize and excrete the hazardous substances from body. However, with years it becomes weaker; it is also aggravated by ongoing stress, illnesses, addictions, use of stimulants, unreasonable sunbathing, environmental pollution, lasting inflammations, traumas, low-quality food, etc. The hazardous free radicals impact many organs, especially the heart and the vascular system. It causes increased levels of cholesterol, reduced elasticity of blood-vessels and hypertension. Consequently, the skin, the eyes, the immune system and connective tissues also suffer to a great extent.
 
Antioxidants are the most powerful opponents to free radicals destroying body cells. The seabuckthorn is one of the strongest known antioxidants since ancient times and it contains high levels of natural antioxidants - vitamins C, E, A, beta carotene, selenium, flavonoid, etc.

Vitamins

Vitamin A and carotenoids

Vitamine A is een groep van antioxidantverbindingen die een belangrijke rol spelen bij het gezichtsvermogen, de groei van de botten en een gezond immuunsysteem. Vitamine A draagt ook bij aan de algemene gezondheid van de ogen, slijmvliezen en helpt de huid effectief beschermen tegen bacteriėn en virussen, terwijl het risico op ontstekingen, ademhalingsproblemen en andere infectieziekten worden verminderd. Duindoorn bevat een hogere concentratie aan vitamine A dan alle andere bronnen; hij bevat 3 keer meer vitamine A dan wortels. De duindoorn bevat acht verschillende soorten carotenoļden. De meest actieve is ß (bčta)caroteen, van waaruit retinol vitamine A vormt. Recente studies hebben bewezen dat carotenoļden de werking van kankerverwekkende substanties die verantwoordelijk zijn voor de vorming van kwaadaardige tumoren, kunnen bestrijden.

Source of literature

There are more than 5000 scientific researches done in the world carried out about the impact of the seabuckthorn on health. We have summarized a few researches to help you to understand the seabuckthorn better and to provide an insight into the complicated nature of the seabuckthorn.

It is important to understand that Western scientists have only recently begun their research and already now it is completely clear that the seabuckthorn is one of the most valuable plants in the world. PubMed (in cooperation with the USA National Library of Medicine and National Institute of Health since 1950s has placed more than 16 million scientific publications) alone has published more than 175 researches about the seabuckthorn.

The details on this website are reprinted from materials provided by below sources. Materials may be edited for content and length. For further in depth information, please contact the source cited below.

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