This bright little berry has been known to mankind since ancient times. It is considered home to Europe and Asia, where it has long grown in the most unpretentious places: on the banks of rivers, sea coasts, sand dunes and even on the slopes of mountains.
✅ In the ancient world, it was first used by the ancient Greeks in breeding horses to give shine to their fur. Hence its Latin name – Hippophae Rhamnoides. Subsequently, it began to be used to treat various ailments: coughs, colds, infections and inflammation. In ancient Europe and Asia, it was used to treat fever, lung diseases and even used in some diseases of the esophagus.
📍 This is not surprising, because sea buckthorn is rich in protein, vitamins C, A, K and E. Also in its composition it contains as many as 190 useful biocompounds.