Sea Buckthorn - Benefits and Uses

Sea buckthorn helps the body to maintain a healthy balance, that’s why it is one of the Nature’s universal cures.

Sea buckthorn benefits and uses

Sea buckthorn oil is one of the richest natural sources of vitamins A, C, E. Adding the omegas – 3, 6, 7 and 9; the carotenoids lycopene and zeaxanthin; superoxide dismutase; the amino acids, minerals, proteins, folic acid, it becomes a powerful antioxidant.

The composition of this oil is closest to the composition of human skin. Rich in Omega 7 - almost 40%, sea buckthorn oil is the secret beauty oil.

Night blindness; corneal burns; eye injury; eye strain after prolonged computer work.

Diseases of the ear – sea buckthorn oil helps with otitis.

Natural sun protection; high concentration of essential fatty acids and phytosterols promotes fast epithelialization of the skin cells /regeneration/.
Relieves pain and inflammation in damaged skin, restores tissue structure.
Contains antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties; used in skin ulcers; inflamed, dry and itchy skin; eczema; psoriasis; dermatitis; etc.
Stimulates skin regeneration and fights premature skin aging, smoothes wrinkles, evens the skin tone.
Lightens pigment spots and freckles.

Sea buckthorn oil prevents cell degeneration in terms of increased radiation.

Internal organs:
Positively influences the gall-bladder; the duodenal; the digestive system - ulcers, gastritis, colitis, etc.; the urogenital system; the liver.
Sea buckthorn, taken internally, quickly and effectively normalizes the gastrointestinal tract.

Sea buckthorn juice and tea help with pneumonia, cough, tuberculosis, influenza.

The regular use of sea buckthorn juice lowers the risk of heart attack and stroke.

The oil is beneficial for reproductive problems in men and women.

The antioxidant properties of the sea buckthorn oil prevent the development of atherosclerosis, hypertension, contribute to lowering the cholesterol levels and prevent the cells from malignant changes.

Central nervous system - the juice, the oil, the leaves, and the bark are used to support and nourish the nervous system. The bark contains serotonin.

Provides relieve for mouth ulcers, tongue inflammation, stomatitis, laryngitis.

Strengthens the immune system, helps overcome stress and fatigue.

For itchy scalp and hair loss – massage with sea buckthorn oil.

For sinus congestions the oil can be used as nasal drops.

For cough - half a teaspoon of sea buckthorn oil and one teaspoon of honey three times a day.

Oil applied on the face for 15-20 minutes, rejuvenates the skin and smoothes the fine wrinkles.

Use mushed sea buckthorn berries on eczemas, burns, wounds.

For glowing young skin, add 2 drops of sea buckthorn oil to your night moisturizer and apply immediately to face and neck.