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Bottle of 60 softgels


Concentration softgel: 600 mg


Daily Dose:

Adults: 1 softgel x 2 times daily, with water, after meals

Children aged 7-14 years: 1 softgel x 2 times daily, with water, after meals

Two months courses which may be repeated after a one month break.

Suitable for vegetarians and vegans.

One pack: ONE MONTH Supply


What makes Seabuckthorn berry a Super Fruit?

The Scientific Facts - The exceptional Nutritional Value -
  • Pure source of Omega Fatty Acids -3, -6, -9 and -7, making it a vegetarian option for Fish oil

  • Unique component: Omega 7 (Palmitoleic acid), very rare in a nature

  • Naturally Rich in vitamin A and carotenoids

  • Highest Level of Anti-oxidants and 190+ bioactive nutrients

  • 10 times the vitamin C of an orange, 3 times the vitamin A of a carrot, 5 times more SOD than Ginseng and the highest level of vitamin E among fruits

The ABC of Health Benefits of Seabuckthorn Oil
  • Nutritional support for skin, repairing and healing effects

  • Protecting and healing effects on mucous membranes (digestive, respiratory and uro-genital)

  • Cardiovascular support, due to high concentration in Omega -3,-6,-9, and -7

  • Multivitamin natural concentrate, tonic and invigorating (vitamin A, E etc)

  • Suitable intake for all ages (adults and children)


Click and see what Dr. Oz says about Seabuckhtorn, The Miracle Berry!



Sea Buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) is native to Europe and Asia, and it is most widely naturally growing bush thorn tree, with berries that have been used as food for centuries in Europe, Asia, North America and Canada.
Seabuckthorn’s nutrient rich, orange color berries cluster on thorny branches like brilliant orange jewels.. The fruits have a distinctive sour taste and a unique aroma reminiscent of pineapple. Indeed, in Belarus state and Russia, the fruit juice is known as Russian pineapple.

Even though the berries are too acidic to be eaten fresh, they make excellent juice, jellies, marmalades, sauces, and liqueurs. The berry juice may be used by itself, or blended with other fresh juices and it is a powerful house of nutrients, especially vitamin C and A.
Having their genesis in the unforgiving landscapes of Siberia and Mongolia, the clear golden oil from the seed and the ruby red oil from the flesh of the berry are an unparalleled source of important phytonutrients, having a long history of use in nutrition and skincare.

China, Russia, Mongolia and Canada are the largest producers of Sea Buckthorn commodities. The main product is oil for medical and cosmetic purposes, but 50 different foods are also available


Did you know that Seabuckthorn Oil? …
  • The legend of Seabuckthorn - it is believed that in 12 BC, the ancient Greeks found that after a war, the deserted wounded horses survived miraculously after wandering in a jungle for a long time and even became stronger with glittering fur. The jungle was Seabuckthorn Jungle, hence the fruit has the botanical name ‘Hippophae Rhamnoides’ or shiny horse. Another legend says that ancient Greeks used the Seabuckthorn as a diet for race horses.


  • It is said that a famous Tibetan doctor first explored the nutritional value of Seabuckthorn in the 8th century. For many centuries, the knowledge of the miraculous effects of Seabuckthorn was mastered by the Tibetans and Mongolians.


  • Back in the12th century, Genghis Khan, the Mongol conqueror touted the Seabuckthorn fruit as an invigorating energizer and even ordered his armies to eat it, to improve stamina and prevent altitude sickness


  • In 1988 China designated its Sea Buckthorn sports drinks “Shawikang” and “Jianibao” as the official beverages for its athletes at the Seoul Olympic games in


  • The Russians are known of making use of the Seabuckthorn berry fruit health- related properties after the World War II. Thus Russian cosmonauts were supplied with Sea Buckthorn beverages throughout the time, to enhance their health and resistance to stress; therefore it has been claimed that Sea Buckthorn was the first fruit juice in space! Also Russian cosmonauts used a cream made from Seabuckthorn on the spaceship Mir to protect them from cosmic radiation and to serve as an oxygen supplement.




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Seabuckthorn is a natural plant containing more than 190 bioactive substances which are much more abundant than in any other fruit or vegetable. The fruit, seed and leaves contain an impressive array phytonutrients and antioxidant compounds (vitamins etc).


Generally, among these 190 nutrients, seabuckthorn contains the following:


Active ingredients in Seabuckthorn berries:

Typical amounts per 100 g of fresh berries


Table 1

  • vitamin E (up to 180 mg)


  • vitamin C (50-900 mg)


  • vitamin A (up to 60 mcg)
  • flavonoids


  • carbohydrates (up to 3.6g)
  • carotenoids:
    beta-carotene, gamma-carotene, lycopene
    (total 60-180 mg)


  • vitamin B1 (up to 35 mcg)


  • vitamin B2 (up to 55 mcg)


  • folate (up to 80 mcg )


  • fruit acids: malic acid, also acetic
  • essential minerals:
    K, Ca, Mg, Fe, Mn, Cu, Zn, Cr and Se


  • amino-acids (proteins)


  • unsaturated and
    saturated fatty-acids (in the seeds 12%; in the pulp 9% of total): oleic, isolinoic, linoleic and stearic acids



Carotenoids (betacaroten, vitamin A etc)

The most abundant vitamin in the berry oil is the carotenoids family – 18 different types identified so far. The berries appear to be an unsurpassed natural source of vitamins A and several other carotenes. Due to a high level of betacarotene, the berry oil is a deep beautiful red orange colour. Among pigments, �-carotene (important anti-oxidant in the food industry) is the most abundant in the pulp oil and constitutes 15 to 55% of total amount of carotenoids.


Comparison of the Vitamins content of the Sea buckthorn Berry and other fruits and vegetables (mg/100g)


Table 2


Fruit / Vegetable














Kiwi Fruit 0 0 0 100-470 0 0
Hawthorn 0.82 0.02 0.05 100-150 0 0
Orange 0.55 0.08 0.03 50 0 0
Tomato 0.31 0.03 0.02 11.8 0 0
Carrot 4 0.02 0.05 8 0 0

Reference: Helsinki, Finland Study of Wild Berries Found in Finland


Alpha-Tocoferol (Vitamin E) and phytosterols

Alpha-tocopherol (vitamin E) constitutes up to 90% of the tocopherols in whole berries. Important phytosterols content in seeds, pulp, and fresh whole berries ranges from 1200-1800, 240-400, and 340-520 mg/kg of berries, respectively.


Content of Vitamin C, E and Beta-carotene per 100 g


Table 3


�-carotene (RE) Vitamin C (mg) Vitamin E (mg)

Carrots 1500
Rose-hi ps 430
Sweet red peppers 350
Seabuckthorn berries 270
Apricots 250
Pumpkin 250
Tomatoes 200
Persimmon 200

Rose-hips 650
Hot Chili peppers 360
Sweet red peppers 250
Seabuckthorn berries 220
Blackcurrants 200
Guavas 180
Kiwi 74

Wheatgerm oil 190
Seabuckthorn berries* 180
Sunflower oil 50
Sunflower seeds 50
Almonds 24
Filbert nuts 24
Palm oil 22
* 80% from D-alpha-tocopherol


Reference: Seabuckthorn International Inc.


Vitamin C

Seabuckthorn berries are second only to Rose hips and Acerola in vitamin C content. The concentration of vitamin C in the berries juice reaches 2500mg/100g depending on the species.
They are also rich in several other vitamins, including B1, B2, K and P as well as in numerous microelements. The berry oil are also a rich source of vitamin E, flavonoids, sterols including beta sitosterol; stanols, superoxide dismutase (SOD) and polar lipids.



Reference: Sea Buckthorn Production Guide, Dr. Thomas S.C. Li and Colin McLoughlin


Unique plant source of Omega-3, -6, -7 and -9

Sea buckthorn seed and pulp oils are considered the most valuable components of the berries comprising a unique fatty acid composition, fat-soluble vitamins and plant sterols.
Furthermore, the fruit pulp oil has a remarkably high content of Omega essential fatty acids.
The rich red oil from the berry pulp is predominantly monounsaturated with unsaturated fatty acids and lower concentrations of polyunsaturated acids.
Nearly every biologic function is somehow interconnected with the delicate balance between the essential fatty acids such as Omega-6 and Omega-3. Seabuckthorn seed oil oil has an amazingly high concentration of the essential omega’s fatty acids, Omega -3, Omega -6, and Omega 9, making it a great pure vegetarian source of omegas, in place of fish oil where purity and toxicity are always a point to consider.
Moreover, the most important fatty acid in the composition of Seabuckthorn fruit oil is Omega -7 (palmitoleic acid), a valuable fatty acid, with a very rare occurrence in nature (found only in dairy products, macadamia nuts oil and seabuckthorn oil).

This rare fatty acid, Omega -7, is a component of skin tissues, mucous membranes inside the organs and is known to support cell, tissue and wound healing. Omega-7 provides the building blocks for the enzymes involved in fat metabolism, important especially in weight loss and cholesterol control.

Below a table with the composition in essential Omega’s fatty acids, comparing seabuckthorn oil with other common vegetable edible oils:



Clinical References:


  • Composition and physiological effects of sea buckthorn (Hippophae) lipids. Yang, B, et al., 2002, Trends Food Science Tech, Vol. 13, 160-167.


  • Trans-Palmitoleic Acid, Metabolic Risk Factors, and New-Onset Diabetes in U.S. Adults. Mozaffarian, D. et al., Annals Intr Med, 2010, Vol. 153, no. 12.


  • Lipids In Modern Nutrition in Health and Disease, Linscheer WG, Vergroesen AJ. Shils ME, Olson JA, Shike M, eds. Lea and Febiger, Philadelphia, 1994.


  • Fatty acids from vegetable oils, Hunter JE, Am J Clin Nutr 1990; 51:809-14.


  • Dietary substitution with an alpha-linolenic acid-rich vegetable oil increases eicosapentaenoic acid concentrations in tissues, Mantzioris E, James MJ, Gibson RA, Cleland LG. , Am J Clin Nutr 1994; 59:1304-9


  • Prevalence of essential fatty acid deficiency in patients with chronic gastrointestinal disorders. Siguel, E and Lerman, R. 1996, Metabolism. Vol. 45, no.1, 12-23.

Promoting the Natural Way of Being


What makes Seabuckthorn Oil unique?
Seabuckthorn oil (from the pulp and seeds) has been used medicinally in China for at least 12 centuries is currently used all over the world due to its medicinal, nutraceutical and cosmeceutical properties.

Rich in natural antioxidants and powerful nutrients, it vastly improves your overall bodily health, from the cardiovascular to the nervous systems, from improving skin condition to nourishing organ tissues such as mucous membranes.

Seabuckthorm is known to being used for traditional purposes for centuries (used for healing and rejuvenation), and in modern centuries, the scientific research conducted confirmed numerous beneficial characteristics of Seabuckthorn berries.

There is no doubt that the future holds great promise for Seabuckthorn fruit.


The Seabuckthorn Beauty Secret



Promotes Healthy Skin

Loaded with Omega fatty acids that are absolutely essential to healthy skin, strong, smooth nails, and lustrous hair, Seabuckthorn oil is used primarily to promote a natural external glow.

It is generally accepted in the cosmetic industry that Seabuckthorn oils have unique anti-aging properties and stimulate skin tissues regeneration. Biological studies suggest that the restorative action of the Sea Buckthorn oil may be in part due to its high content of essential fatty acids, carotenes, tocopherols and phytosterols, which are all important for the maintenance of a healthy skin. For example, Omega 3 and Omega 6 comprise 30% of the skin’s lipids.

Research indicates that products containing Sea Buckthorn appear to promote cell tissue regeneration, thus aiding in the healing of wounds, and restoring skin tissue and that can actually improve metabolism and

retard skin maturation, Seabuckthorn's high levels of Vitamin A and Vitamin E are the perfect free radical scavenger for your skin. Seabuckthorn actually acts like a skin conditioner, by nourishing and retaining young, healthy cells while softening scar tissue.


Powerful Antioxidant & Anti-Radiation & Immunity Support

Current research indicates that not only does Seabuckthorn enhance immune activity and disease resistance, but it also destroys harmful free radicals found in our bodies. The supply of strong antioxidants and other bioactive factors may provide also essential protection against toxic factors including UV’s rays, radiation and chemo side-effect.

Smoking, drinking alcohol, exposure to environmental pollutants, and also exposure to ultraviolet light or nuclear radiation can all trigger the production of "free radicals" on the skin's surface, or inside the body. Vitamins have antioxidant properties and can form a natural line of defense against free radicals or they "catch" free radicals and neutralize them. These anti-oxidant vitamins, all present in Sea-Buckthorn oil, are vitamin A (derived from -carotene), vitamin C (ascorbic acid) and vitamin E (-tocopherol).




Cardiovascular and Liver Health

It is well known the importance of Omega-3 fatty acids in reducing the risk of heart disease and stroke and its role in liver function. Seabuckthorn seed oil contains Omega 3 and Omega 6 in a perfect 1:1 ratio. The relationship of equivalence between these types of Omegas is critical because they self-check each other in a delicate balance to regulate thousands of metabolic functions through prostaglandin pathways, directly implicated in many inflammatory responses, liver processes, also strengthening blood vessels, cell walls and circulation.





Multivitamin Tonic

Seabuckthorn pulp has a high content of nutrients among fruit and vegetable. Large quantity of vitamins and minerals, essential fatty acids content can increase the oxygen in brain cell, improve concentration, elevate sleep quality and memory, thus keep nervous system operating normally. Know as a powerful cocktail of nutrients, Seabuckthorn oil can give a boost to body metabolism when combined with an active lifestyle.

For overall body resistance, improved vitality and long term wellbeing, Seabuckthorn Oil is the perfect answer in terms of high quality daily potent supplementation.



Nutritional Support for Mucous Membranes


In the Chinese tradition, there is a long history of treating digestive system problems (including stomach, duodenal ulcer, and gastritis in digestion by using Seabuckthorn berry oil.

Healthy mucous membranes are important to body organs overall health. They are the lubricated thin layer of tissue inside cavities of the hollow organs. They cover the digestive, respiratory and uro-genital tracts and the inner surface of your eyes The membranes are responsible to secrete fluids (mucus) that lubricate and moisten the tissues.

Pathogens, external toxins, and allergens find their way into the body through these membranes, which can lead to multiple inflammatory conditions.

With the constant stress of genetic deficiencies, disease, aging, medical treatment side effects, and environmental factors, such as air and water pollutants, many people suffer from weakened and irritated membranes.


The common problems are digestive and bowel disorders, respiratory an uro-genital infections. One great way to strengthen the health of your body’s mucous membranes naturally and without unwanted side effects is to supplement with Omega-7 fatty acids (see Nutritional Value Seabuckthorn Oil) while Seabuckthorn oil is the most potent, safe, and pure vegetarian source of Omega -7.



Clinical Refferences:
  • Effect of dietary supplementation with sea buckthorn seed and pulp oils on the fatty composition of skin glycerophospholipids of patients with Atopic Dermatitis. Yang, B, et al., 2000, Jour Nutr BioChem, Vol. 11, 338-340.


  • Anti-inflammatory activity of sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) leaves. Ganju, L et al., 2005, Intr Immunopharm, Vol. 5, 1675-1684.


  • Chronic administration of palmitoleic acid reduces insulin resistance and hepatic lipid accumulation in KK-Ay mice and genetic type 2 diabetes. Yang, et al., Lipids in Health and Disease, 2011, 10:120.


  • Identification of a lipokine, a lipid hormone linking adipose tissue to systemic metabolism. Cao, et al., 2008, Cell 134: 933-944.


  • Trans-Palmitoleic Acid, Metabolic Risk Factors, and New-Onset Diabetes in U.S. Adults. Mozaffarian, D. et al., Annals Intr Med, 2010, Vol. 153, no. 12.


  • Serum Lipid Effects of a High–Monounsaturated Fat Diet Based on Macadamia Nuts. Curb, J. et al., 2000, Arch Intern Med/Vol. 160.


  • Lipoprotein composition and serum cholesterol ester fatty acids in nonwestern Melanesians. Lindeberg, S. et al., 1996, Lipids, Vol. 31, no. 2.


  • Inflammatory bowel disease basics. Nikitin, V.A., et al. Khirurgia, 1989; National Association for Colitis and Crohn’s Disease, 4:33-35.


  • Sea buckthorn oils: Towards healthy mucous membranes. Erkkola, R. & Yang, B., 2003, AGROFood Industry, 53 (3).



  • Leaky gut syndrome/intestinal permeabilit, Wong, C