Oil of Hippophaes (Sea Backthorn)
A rich source of vitamins: A (Beta-Carotene) and Omega 3 fatty acids in 17-20%, Omega 6 28-30%, Omega 7 36-40% as a well Omega 9. The Oil of Hippophaes (extract) contains 22 fatty acids, more than 90% of which are unsaturated, 6 fat- soluble vitamins, 42 kinds of lipids and 36 flavonoids
The Oil of Hippophaes comes from one of the oldest plants in the world, and history proves that it even flourished before the Ice Age.
Being a bush that grows almost everywhere as a wild or cultivated plant, one can find it almost everywhere, near shores, mountainous and deserted areas.
The name comes from the Greek words hippos (horse) and phaos (light) which refers to the extraordinary results observed in the tired, sick or injured military horses of Alexander the Great, when their instinct led them to consume both the leaves and fruit of the hippophaes plant.
The results first observed in their horses was their glossy hair, which as we know means health and strength, and their wounds were healed thus the horses looked radiant.
The fruits used to produce the Oil of Hippophaes are not derived from systematic cultivations, but collected from native bushes. Cold extraction treatment is followed, during which there is no use of chemicals or other additives, but the flesh and the seeds of the fruit is used as raw material. In this procedure sunflower oil is used as a sole extracting agent. It is worth mentioning that the implementation of this cold extraction process, unlike other methods, all valuable ingredients of the fruit are protected, in the best possible way. They are then transferred unchanged into bottles and capsules which will be their final packaging.
Its natural substance, its production process, its origin and the fact that it is free from even the slightest trace of pesticides (see last minute analysis enclosed in the package) makes it one of the most powerful nutritional supplements.
Benefits of Sea Buckthorn oil to the human body
Because of its rich contents of natural elements which are necessary for the human body, it offers toning, strengthening, vitality, metabolism control, speedy recovery from injuries and helps with natural disease prevention, treatment for common colds and influenza, cardiovascular problems, intestinal disorders, prostate hyperplasia. It stimulates the nervous system and reduces stress levels. It detoxifies the body and helps with the natural cell renewal, by addressing the signs of premature aging and also treats skin problems such as burns, acne, psoriasis, eczema and others.
According to a vast bibliography concerning the Oil of Hippophaes, it offers beneficial effects to diseases related to oxidation of fats and free radicals, vascular diseases, cirrhosis of any etiology, retinopathy, cataracts, arthritis, atherosclerosis, autoimmune diseases such as multiple sclerosis, senile dementia, diabetes, malaria, myocardial infarction, lipofouskinosis of neurons (v.Batten), Alzheimer, Parkinson, pulmonary emphysema, premature aging, etc..
With 1) a 1000 percent higher level of vitamin that is found in oranges, 2) beta-sitosterol, a substance which is 3000 percent more capable of breaking down fat than choline, 3) vitamin E in the form of d-alpha-tocopherol is the strongest form, in amounts that reach 3500 percent respectively to soybean oil, 900% of corn oil, and 200% of the oil produced from grain, 4) excellent potassium content, and 5) complete absence of heavy metals, is the most important nutritional supplement, because it contains important bio-active agents which are necessary for the proper functioning of the human body.
Finally it is worth noting that the total fatty acids in excess of 90% are unsaturated fats. The vitamins by themselves are of no value to the human body, so long as there is a deficiency of minerals in it, as the body has the ability to produce certain vitamins but not metals. The Oil of Hippophaes, matched by nature for the best performance of the vitamins and minerals together, thereby offering the best results to the human body. Vitamins are useful agents for vitality and growth, which help in proper functioning of the metabolism and thereby provide the body with the correct evaluation and exploitation of proteins, carbohydrates and minerals. At the same time it helps significantly against stress and invasive attacks to the human body.
Zeaxanthin is perhaps the only way for human body defense by physical means against the occurrence of macular degeneration and cataracts. Thanks to the properties of it such as a carotenoid it helps to filter out harmful levels of microwave brightness from the environment, limiting a possible damage to the retina of the eye.
The Oil of Hippophaes is rich in vitamins.
Table of vitamins and Sources:
Abbrev. name for Vitamins
Recommended daily dosage for adults
Contained in the following
Improves vision and growth of cells, renews the skin
Oil of Hippophaes, Oil of Apricot kernel, liver, milk fat, fish and as pro-vitamin in many plants
Renewing cells and has anti-inflammatory action. It strengthens the immune system and acts as a scavenger of free radicals
Oil of Hippophaes, Oil of Apricot kernel, vegetable oils, , broadleaf vegetables
It protects from infections, acts as a scavenger of free radicals, strengthens the connective tissue
Oil of Hippophaes, Oil of Apricot kernel, lemons, oranges etc.
Rating fats, proteins and carbohydrates. and Good for skin and nails
Oil of Hippophaes, Oil of Apricot kernel, pork meat, green vegetables
Prevents deformities in embryos. Good for skin
Oil of Hippophaes, Oil of Apricot kernel, products of animal origin, royal jelly, eggs, wheat germ, dairy products, green vegetables, beans, seeds
Studies in subjects with bipolar depression and schizophrenia, showed a reduction of the symptoms and the dosage of psychotropic drugs after administration of omega-3 fatty acids.
The effects of omega-3 are widely known also for the healing of second degree burns, reducing photosensitivity of UV rays and also for the treatment of psoriasis.
Finally, it is worth mentioning a fatty acid, the oleic acid (omega 9) together with antioxidants which are substances contained in abundance in the Oil of Hippophaes, has a beneficial effect on the cardiovascular system, and there is evidence that it reduces the risk of oxidation, especially in rectum and colon, breast, prostate, pancreatic and endometrial.
Botanical name: Hippophae Ramnoides
Plant family: Elaegnaceae - Shrubs oil
Plant life expectancy: 2-3 years
Packaging: Available in a bottle of 100ml and capsules.
For immediate results use the bottle packaging dosage.
Aerial spraying and Oil of Hippophaes.
Sports and Sea Backthorn Oil
If you believe that aerial spraying (Chemtrails) contain harmful chemicals, you can protect and enhance your body with Oil of Apricot Kernel and Oil of Hippophaes.
It is the ideal nutritional supplement for athletes and people who train or exercise hard. The Oil of Hippophaes quickly replenishes minerals lost through sweating, thus stimulating the muscular and nervous system (Calcium, Potassium, Magnesium, Selenium, Iron, Phosphorus, Copper and Zinc). It contributes to removal of lactic acid, which accumulates in muscles during intense exercise. In addition to its beneficial components it increases the stamina of the human body, while also reducing the feeling of exhaustion or fatigue that is often caused by a tough test and dramatically increases the performance of athletes. Many Russians and Chinese athletes use only Oil of Hippophaes as a dietary supplement.
Avoid exceeding the daily dosage. Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a balanced diet. These products are not intended for the prevention, treatment or cure of human disease. Consult your doctor if you are pregnant, nursing, taking medication or experiencing health problems. Keep out of reach of children, store in a dry and cool place and temperatures not exceeding 25oC
General information about vitamins, omega fatty acids, and their usefulness to the human body:
Vitamin A (Axirofthol or Retinol)
Vitamin A improves the eyesight, is able to prevent 1) dryness in eyes, 2) sensitivity of the eyes to light, 3) to assist in tearing and 4) to prevent contamination and damage to the cornea. Helps with oral mucosa, throat, airways and the correct formation of teeth, rejuvenates the skin because it helps in cell growth. Attention with hypervitaminosis.
Vitamin B (Riboflavin)
Vitamin B2, after complex processes in the body contributes to the utilization of fats, proteins and carbohydrates, as well as in healthy skin and nails.
Vitamin B1 helps the body against polyneuritis (Beriberi) which causes weakness and nerve damage. It also helps to treat sluggishness, stiffness of the limbs, muscle atrophy and cardiac failure.
Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin)
after complex processes in the body, helps in the utilization of fats, proteins and carbohydrates, as well as in healthy skin and nails.
or PP helps prevent Pellagra (Pellagra Preventive), which occurs in the body blisters, in treating dermatitis, vomiting, nausea and diarrhea.
Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine or Adermin)
contributes to the formation of amino acids and the metabolic processes of fat and carbohydrates. Neurological disorders have been observed when there is a lack, skin diseases and gastroenteritis.
Vitamin C (Ascorbic acid)
Vitamin C prevents scurvy, it is essential for collagen synthesis, provides stability in blood vessels thereby improving the vascular circulation and better functioning of the adrenal glands, and protects from irritation. It also protects the body from infections, acts by reinforcing the connective tissue and helps to capture free radicals.
Vitamin D3 helps in better absorption of calcium and magnesium, helping the liver and rachitis.
Vitamin E (Tocoferol)
Vitamin E fights free radicals, regenerates the cells, thus contributing to prolongation of life, acts against irritation, prevents infertility, improves sexual activity, prevents frequent miscarriages, hence its name "Tocoferol".
Vitamin B12 (Cyanocobalamin)
... read more information about Vitamin B12 at apricot kernel oil
Other Vitamins and useful components contained in the Oil of Hippophaes
Vitamin B9 (folic acid)
Omega or Fatty Acids
Omega-3 Fatty Acids: Linoleic acid C 18: 3 Name Lipid: Methylolinoleic ester (Ù-3)
Omega-6 Fatty Acids: Linoleic acid C 18: 2 Name Lipid: Methylolinoleic ester (Ù-6)
Omega-7 Fatty acids: Palmitoleic acid C 16: 1 Lipid Name: Methylopalmitoleic ester (Ù-7)
Omega-9 Fatty acids: Elaic acid C 18: 1 Lipid Name: Methyloelaic ester (Ù-9)
Omega 3 fatty acids inset in enzymes that influence inflammation, which is a potential factor leading to diabetes
1. Diet rich in omega-3 fatty acids has helped reduce the risk of diabetes in children with a family history, who were at risk of developing the disease.
The omega-3 fatty acids help to slightly reduce the pressure and further reduce the risk of thrombotic vascular events. They have also shown that they can help significantly in reducing anxiety and depression. The beneficial effect of omega-3 fatty acids (linoleic acid) has been proven for pain due to osteoarthritis, due to their role in reducing inflammation in the joint area.
Yet there is evidence that omega-3 fatty acids help to increase the levels of calcium in the bones and thus contribute to the prevention of bone density and reduce the risk of presenting osteoporosis.