The benefits of Sea buckthorn berries are resounding

sea buckthorn berries

Should you be eating Seaberries?

YES!

The benefits of the sea buckthorn berry, a tiny, bright orange fruit packed with a tartness resemblant to citrus, are increasingly recognized in Canada and the US. But you’ll find sea buckthorn trees growing across all northern regions of the globe. These highly nutritious berries have been used for centuries in traditional medicine and are now becoming recognized by modern societies for their incredible amounts of essential vitamins and minerals. The seaberry contains over 190 nutrients vital in sustaining a healthy body. This beautiful fruit has been the recent subject of a clinical study that aimed to evaluate the effects of a proanthocyanidin-rich extract of sea buckthorn berry on the numbers of various types of adult stem cells in healthy human subjects.

The results concluded that; “Consumption of the sea buckthorn extract resulted in the selective mobilization of stem cell types involved in regenerative and reparative functions.”(.1)
The results concluded that; “Consumption of the sea buckthorn extract resulted in the selective mobilization of stem cell types involved in regenerative and reparative functions.”(.1)

“This data may contribute to the understanding of the traditional uses of sea buckthorn berry for preventive health, regenerative health, and postponing the ageing process.”(.1)

In a nutshell, this study shows that our ancestors, the authors of traditional medicine, knew what they were talking about and daily consumption of whole sea buckthorn berries could indeed have a regenerative effect on vital organs to fight the body’s natural ageing process inside and out.

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Watch this YouTube video to know more about this study. “Rapid and selective mobilization of specific stem cell types after consumption of a polyphenol-rich extract from sea buckthorn berries (Hippophae) in healthy human subjects” published in the open-access journal Clinical Interventions in Aging by Drapeau C, Benson KF, Jensen GS. https://youtu.be/UyiN3yKZiVw

(.1) As written by Dove Medical Press Published on Feb 3, 2019

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Sea buckthorn has been making headlines once again. A recent study has claimed that sea buckthorn berry’s lactic acid bacteria can contain the spread of the new coronavirus in the human body by inhibiting the activation of its energy source, purine.

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