Sea buckthorn was first mentioned in Tibetan medical treatises of the eighth century BC.
It contains over 150 nutrients.
Sea buckthorn fruits contain 10 times more vitamin C than lemons. In addition, here it is not destroyed even under the influence of heat treatment.
Sea buckthorn is widely used in medicine. It improves metabolism, strengthens the walls of blood vessels, and has antioxidant properties.
Sea buckthorn improves blood condition by reducing the risk of blood clots.
Sea buckthorn juice is an excellent antitussive agent. During treatment, it is taken along with honey.
Sea buckthorn bark contains a lot of serotonin – much more than bananas and chocolate. Therefore, a decoction of sea buckthorn bark is an excellent remedy for low mood.