Description. Sea Buckthorn is one of the important natural resources growing from Europe to China. For centuries, the people of central and southeastern Asia have used sea buckthorn as an agent of traditional medicine to prevent and heal various ailments. Today, the plant is primarily valued for its fruits, which provide vitamin C, vitamin E, B1, B2, K, P and other nutrients (sodium, magnesium, silicon, iron, aluminum, calcium, manganese) antioxidants, oils rich in essential fatty acids, and other useful components. The most important pharmacological functions attributed to sea buckthorn are: anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial and vitaminous. Sea buckthorn has been shown to have a potent antioxidant activity, mainly attributed to its flavonoids and vitamin C content. Vitamin B in Sea Buckthorn has a positive effect on Mens Health. Uses. There are five areas of sea buckthorn use: as an aid to patients undergoing cancer therapy; a long-term therapy for reduction of cardiovascular risk factors; reduction of gastrointestinal ulcers; internal and topical therapy for a variety of skin disorders; and as a liver protective agent (for chemical toxins) and a remedy for liver disorders. Sea buckthorn berries are use for avitaminosis and escorbuto.
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