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Sea-buckthorn Seed Oil
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Sea-buckthorn Seed Oil

Product: Sea-buckthorn Seed Oil


Items: Standard               

Character: Red-Brown transparent  

         volatile essential oil           

         Seabuckthorn Aroma

Density: 0.9165-0.9380              

Refraction: 1.4750-1.4965             

Iodine Value: 146.0(g/100g)             

Specification: 183.6(mgkOHg)           

VE: 200 (mg/100g)               200.6(mg/100g)

Carotene: 6mg/80 mg carotenoid        

Sitosterol: >500mg/800mg total sterol      

Content: > 95% Seabuckthon flavone

Detection method: HPLC

Botanical Name: Hippophae rhamnoides / Fructus Hippophae


About Sea Buckthorn oil:

    Sea Buckthorn oil is produced by the cold pressing of the entire fruiting body that this small shrub produces. A small layer of oil is isolated within a vat of pressed material which is then vacuumed off and separated as "pure oil". This helps to explain the requirement of upwards to 10 pounds of berries to produce 1 pound of oil.

   This marvelous oil has copious amounts of Phytosterol, Vitamin E, Beta-Carotene, Anti-Oxidants, and Carotenoid which helps to substantiate its relatively high success rate as a skin repairing and conditioning oil.

   Sea Buckthorn has been traditionally used for a wide range of skin ailments for its revered nourishing, regenerative, and restorative actions. Sea Buckthorn oil is used superficially to assist in healing skin injuries, burns, wounds, eczema, lesions, sun damaged skin, and abrasions. Current studies are being performed on its ability to combat wrinkles, acute dryness and other symptoms of prematurely aged skin.

   This deep colored oil is obtained from the whole berries of the scrubby brush Hippophae Rhamnoides which is a native toRussia, and northern parts ofChinaandMongolia, and produces a thick, red/orange oil with the consistency and viscosity of syrup.


Medicinal Use:

   Because of its overwhelming popularity as a skin treatment, recent findings and further studies have substantiated its success rate when used internally.

   As an internal dietary supplement It has shown to help promote healthy blood circulation, the rudimentary treatment of colitis, stomach ulcers, and as soothing agent for the gastro-intestinal tract.

   The general consensus in the alternative health care industry agrees upon using 1 tablespoon or four to five 500 mg capsules daily.



   Vitamin C, Vitamins A, B1, B2, E, and other mixed Tocopherols and Phytosterols, Flavonoids and numerous other essential fatty acids.