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The seeds, pulp., fruit and juice of seabuckthorn contain up to 190 bioactives including antioxidants, minerals, plant sterols, vitamins C, E, K, B1, B2, beta carotene, unsaturated fatty acids, essential amino acids and flavonoids. Seabuckthorn has protein and fibre.The leaves are packed with antioxidants.

 

Nutrition of the Berries

    • A tiny berry has more than ten times the Vitamin C of an orange.
      • Vitamin C is a strong antioxidant.
      • It has been linked to many impressive health benefits including lowering blood pressure, lowering the risk of heart disease, protecting against gout attacks, improving iron absorption, boosting immunity, and reducing dementia risk.
    • The berry pulp contains high levels of omega 7, which in Finland, was clinically proven to help mucous linings of the body.
      • It has long been used to prevent stomach ulcers in horses.
      • Think of all the mucous linings you have in your body...your entire digestive system, your respiratory system and more are protected by omega 7.
      • The omega 7 is why seabuckthorn has been shown to help with dry eyes.
      • Omega 7 may also be beneficial in diabetes as it increases our sensitivity to insulin.
      • Think of omega 7 as a lubricant that can ease indigestion and acid reflux.
      • The potent antioxidants of seabuckthorn along with omega 7 protect the liver from damage.
      • More recent studies have shown it may fight weight gain. Check out the video that is a taped episode of Dr. Oz that shows the clinical research done on seabuckthorn and weight management. This episode also talks of better bowel movements because of the omega 7. Watch Video
    • Twenty eight trace elements including magnesium, potassium, phosphorus, calcium and zinc are present in the berry.

    • Seabuckthorn is high in proteins, especially globulins and albumins.

    • The berries contain b-sitosterol.
      • Beta steroids are similar in structure to cholesterol. Increasing them in our diet can reduce our LDL (unfavorable) cholesterol levels.
      • It can also help reduce inflammation.
    • The seeds have the great ratio of 1:1 ratio of omegas 3 and 6 which is almost unheard of in nature and contain Vitamin E. This is why you find the seed oil in skin care products. It is very healing.

    • 1/3 of a cup serving of berries only has 2 g of naturally occurring sugars and 3.5 g of fibre which is 14% of the recommended daily intake.

    • Seabuckthorn contains serotonin.
      • Serotonin helps with mood regulation and memory.
      • Serotonin is required for healthy digestion.
      • It also helps with sleep, sexual function, bone health, and blood clotting.
    • B2, found in the berries, also known as Riboflavin, is needed to help us absorb iron from plants.

      Nutrition of the Leaves

      • The leaves are very high in antioxidants.
        • In studies in India, the leaves have been shown to reduce environmental stress levels and recovery rate for soldiers working at high altitudes and low temperatures.
        • Research on antioxidant levels of Canadian grown seabuckthorn leaves have shown higher levels than oregano by a third, four and a half times that of hibiscus and eighteen times the level of green tea!
      • The leaves have been shown to be anti-viral, anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial.

      • The leaves are an excellent source of complete protein (18%), serotonin, plant sterols, fibre and vitamin E.

        Note: Don't be confused. They all are seabuckthorn! Sometimes, it is written as sea buckthorn, sea-buckthorn, seabuchthorn, sea-buchthorn or sea buchthorn, sometimes as seaberry or sea berry, sometimes as sandhorn, sanddorn or sandthorn, sometimes sallowthorn or badriphal and more...but never buckthorn. Buckthorn is an invasive species that comes from a different family. Seabuckthorn is related to buffaloberries that grow along riverbanks but have red berries and are extremely thorny...not unlike a porcupine!


        We bring you the highest quality products from our organically certified seabuckthorn orchards.


        Our products are sold at a number of stores throughout Canada.

        Practice what you preach!

         

        I have been telling people that are feeling run down, stressed or are coming down with a cold to drink a pot of seabuckthorn tea over the course of a day (made solely from seabuckthorn leaves). People have come back to me with amazing stories as to how quickly they have recovered.

        "Last weekend, I did a three day trade show and put in extraordinarily long hours. Next day I had a cough and began feeling sore all over...you know the feeling! I should have been drinking my own tea! Well, it wasn’t too late. I made a lot of tea and drank it all day. It just took one day: my achy feeling all over and cough were gone. I love seabuckthorn tea."

        "I knew that it was good because I had met a scientist, Dr. L D. Shipulina from Russia that had developed an antiviral ‘drug’ from seabuckthorn leaves. It was called Hiporamin and Dr. Shipulina had said it had been used to help people recovery after surgery. In Western medicine we are often concerned with the interaction of drugs, but this is not a concern if only one natural remedy is given. I also had the great fortune of meeting with the Department of Defence research scientists in New Deli, India who had just completed clinical trials using seabuckthorn leaves. Their research had shown that it not only improved the immunity of soldiers but reduced their stress levels. Their literature states “(the tea) has high quantities of polyphenols, which detoxify the free radical activities”. The army uses the leaves not only in tea but in baking. The flavor is similar to a green tea, but has the added benefit of containing no caffeine if you want to have some before bed."

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