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SeaBerry® Seed Oil

SeaBerry® (Sea buckthorn) seed oil is extracted from the berry’s seed using supercritical CO₂ extraction. With Omegas-3, -6, -9, and vitamins A and E. Sea Buckthorn seed oil stands out as the best plant-based and clean Omega-3 source. The golden ratio of 1:1:1 of the omegas, along with all the natural antioxidants in the oil work together to create a much more potent and stable product than other Omega-3 sources.

Rich in vitamin A, E, carotenoids and phospholipids, SeaBerry® (Sea buckthorn) seed oil boosts your immune system and fights cancer-causing free radicals. This oil also works wonders on the skin when applied topically. Another perk: it works acts as a natural sunscreen by absorbing light in the ultraviolet range. Sea Buckthorn Seed Oil is known to support heart health. Recent studies have shown that plant-based

Omegas may be just as adequate as fish-based Omegas in supporting heart health. In a survey of patient groups taking 320mg of seed oil for 18 days, results showed a decline in plasma cholesterol and bad cholesterol (LDL, atherogenic index). It suggested that SeaBerry® (Sea buckthorn) seed oil has significant anti-atherogenic and cardio-protective activity.

Clinical trials and scientific studies conducted during the last few decades in several countries like China, Russia, and India confirmed its medicinal and nutritional value. It is known to possess anti-inflammatory, hepato-protective, anti-cancerous, anti-lipemic, anti-arrhythmic, wound healing, and anti-gastro-ulcerative activity.

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Specification

  • Omeag 3: 23% - 31%

  • Omega 6: 30% - 38%

  • Omeag 9: 12% - 25%

  • α-tocopheral ≥ 30mg/ 100g

  • Vitamin E ≥ 120mg/ 100g

Reference

  1. Basu, M., et al., Anti-atherogenic effects of seabuckthorn (Hippophaea rhamnoides) seed oil. Phytomedicine, 2007. 14(11): p. 770-7.

  2. A. C. Varshney, S.P.T., Studies on anti-infammatory activities of seabuckthorn (Hippophae sp.) in canine. Proceedings of the Asian Congress of Zoo and Wildlife Veterinarians, 2001: p. 14-17.

  3. Cheng, T.J., [Protective action of seed oil of Hippophae rhamnoides L. (HR) against experimental liver injury in mice]. Zhonghua Yu Fang Yi Xue Za Zhi, 1992. 26(4): p. 227-9.

  4. Kumar, K., Evaluation of the healing of infected cutaneous wounds following seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides.) oil application in calves, in Department of Surgery and Radiology2004: India.

  5. Kumar, A., Studies on the effcacy of seabuckthorn (Hippophae sp.) in the healing of burn wounds in bovines, in Department of Surgery and Radiology2003: India.

  6. Tyagi, S.P., Studies on the effcacy of Seabuckthorn (Hippophae Sp.) oil in the healing of gastric ulcers in dogs, in Department of Veterinary Surgery and Radiology2006: India.