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Sea Buckthorn100™ is the world's first 100% pure, unfiltered, undiluted sea buckthorn berry juice with 30,000 mg of sea buckthorn in every 1 fl. oz. Sea Buckthorn100™ contains the whole Sea Buckthorn berry including the fresh pressed juice, the berry meat and natural oils.
Sea Buckthorn100™ has an exceptionally sour flavor that leaves the tongue tingling.
Sea buckthorn contains a wealth of essential and important nutrients. Vitamins A, B1, B2, K, E and ten times the Vitamin C of oranges, along with other bioactive nutrients such as fats and antioxidants support a healthy immune system.*
Historically, sea buckthorn has been used to support healthy skin, hair and nails. Its vitamin dense berries provide the body with many essential nutrients but it's the perfect Omega fat ratio within the berries that makes them one of the world's original cosmetics. Complete with Omegas -3, -6, -9 and -7, these healthy fats nourish and moisturize the skin and other tissues.*
Sea Buckthorn contains a range of powerful antioxidants such as polyphenols and carotenoids, which help neutralize free radicals in the body.*
The vivid orange to red pigmentation of sea buckthorn berries is attributed to high levels of carotenoids, which also make sea buckthorn very healthy for the eyes.*
Q: Is there anything I can use to mask the taste of the sea buckthorn?
A: Sea Buckthorn has a punchy, tart flavor, likely due to the high amounts of vitamin C. Like our other super-fruit juices, the bitter taste is the result of the unique compounds that make the juices so powerful in terms of their effects. Try adding 1-2 fl oz of fruit juice, or add it to water with a touch of honey. Ultimately, the more liquid you add to it, the more you will end up having to drink. It's often easier to gulp it down, and chase it with water. Over time, most get accustomed to the taste. Plus, the positive effects encourage folks to drink it down!
Q: Why is the SEA BUCKTHORN100™ good for me?
A: Besides the high amounts of vitamin C, sea buckthorn is a great source of carotenoids (precursors to vitamin A), phenols, essential fatty acids, quercetin, rutin, inositols, folic acid precursors, lignans, and other vitamins and minerals (the amount of nutrients varies slightly from harvest to harvest). The research is very exciting in terms of the berry's potential for health benefits.
*Statements on this site have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Products on this site are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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