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Seabuckthorn Seed Oil
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                                   How Seabuckthorn Oil Can Help You Live A Healthier, Happier Life?

1. Support healthy mucous in stomach: Seabuckthorn oil is an ideal remedy in supporting healthy gastrointestinal mucous when use internally. Topical applications of Seabuckthorn oil help supporting normal skin function during irritated conditions.

2. Maintain healthy cholesterol profile and heart conditions: Flavonoids isolated from Seabuckthorn oil can support healthy cholesterol profile. One study from China showed total cholesterol declined from 238 ± 79mg% to 180 ± 36mg% in 77 patients. The HDL (the good cholesterol) increased from 56.5 ± 13mg% to 86.8 ± 28mg%5 in the same patients.

3. Anti-oxidants and balancing the immune system: Seabuckthorn oil contains substantial amounts of vitamin E, C, Beta-carotene, and essential fatty acids. These nutrients are considered the most potent anti-oxidative agents. Dr. Diandong Li from the China Medical Academy did a study on mice. He found that seabuckthorn increased the activity of interleukin-2 and the number of T-cells2.

Improve cholesterol profit and heart conditions; anti-oxidation and balancing immune system. New remedy for: ** Maintain healthy mucous in stomach when used internally, helps maintain healthy skin when used topically. ** Maintain healthy cholesterol profile and heart conditions ** Anti-oxidants and balancing the immune system There is a legendary story about Seabuckthorn. It is said that Genghis Khan, the Mongol conqueror, who established one of the largest empires from China to Eastern Europe in the 13th century, relied on three treasures: well organized armies, strict discipline and Seabuckthorn. Seabuckthorn berries and seed oil made Genghis Khan’s soldiers stronger than his enemies. Nowadays, scientists in the East have discovered that Seabuckthorn contains high concentrations of primary anti-oxidants as well as other nutrients. What is Seabuckthron Oil? Seabuckthorn (Hippohae Rhamnoides L.) is a wild bush that grows in poor, arid soils or sandy wasteland, ie. the Gobi Desert. It can tolerate temperatures from -40° C to +40° C. Only Seabuckthorn grown on these poor lands preserves the valuable nutrients. A famous Tibetan doctor, YU YUENDAN GONGBU (708-8xx?), first explored Seabuckthorn’s value to human health in the 8th century1. For many centuries, the knowledge of the miraculous effects of Seabuckthorn has been mastered exclusively by the Tibetan and Mongolian people. In the early 1950’s Seabuckthorn attracted modern scientists from Russia and China. Seabuckthorn seeds, berries, leaves and barks have been studied extensively for their nutritional, medical and cosmetic benefits. Using modern technology, Seabuckthorn oil is processed from Seabuckthorn’s berries or seeds to preserve most of the vital nutrients. The oil has been identified as the major functional component in Seabuckthorn. In the 1960’s, Seabuckthorn oil preparations became dietary supplements for cosmonauts in Russia due to their abundant nutrients2, in particular Vitamin E, C, Beta-carotene, and flavonoids. These components all act as powerful antioxidants by providing remarkable protection against oxidative and free radical damage. What Nutrients does Seabuckthorn Oil Contain? According to Russan and Chinese scientists, Seabuckthorn contains 190 bio-active components of which 106 are in the oil. The oil is the best single source known to man for Vitamin E, Vitamin C, Beta-carotene, unsaturated fatty acids, essential amino acids and flavonoids4. 1. High natural Vitamin E (D-Alfa-toxopherol) in Seabuckthorn oil: The vitamin E content in Seabuckthorn oil two times higher than wheat oil, 9 times higher than corn oil and 35 times higher than soybean oil4. D-a-tocopherol (the most potent vitamin E form) is the major form of vitamin E in seabuckthorn oil4. 2. Ideal Essential Fatty Acids Profile: More than ninety percent of the total fatty acids are unsaturated fatty acids7. Seabuckthorn oil contains Omega-3 (28-30%), Omega-6 (36-40%) and Omega-9 (17-20%) oil. 3. Trace Minerals: Seabuckthorn contains 11 out of 14 essential trace minerals4. It contains more potassium than sodium4. Seabuckthorn oil does not contain minerals that are harmful to the body4. 4. Flavonoids: Flavonoids are a group of pigments that contribute to the color of many fruits. Researchers later found that they are useful in the prevention of many health conditions. The Flavonoids in Seabuckthorn are used to maintain healthy cholesterol and heart4. Why is Rich NatureTM Seabuckthorn Oil the best? One hundred percent pure Rich NatureÔ Seabuckthorn seed oil is from the desert in Inner Mongolia, China. Seabuckthorn in Mongolia preserves the higher nutrients because of the dry and cold climate and poor soil, which make the plant stronger to grow in the poor environment. Our tests found that Rich NatureTM Seabuckthorn oil preserves higher concentrations of natural Vitamin E, essential fatty acids, beta-carotene and protein3. The tests shows that Rich Nature Seabuckthorn contains natural Vitamin E 300mg – 400 mg /100g, Omega-3 (30%), Omega-6 (40%) and Omega-9 (20%) oil and beta-carotene 4,800-7,500 IU/100g.