Product Name:Sea Buckthorn Powder
Latin Name: Hippophae rhamnoides Linn;
Specification Ratio: 4:1; 8:1; 10:1, Seabuckthorn Flavonoids 25%;
Part Used: Fruit;
Appearance: Brownish yellow powder;
Test Method: TLC UV;
Main Function 1. Preventing cardiovascular ,respiratory;
Stock in LA USA warehouse;
We are mainly supplying powder form raw materials for businesses that manufacture supplements, food,
drinks,cosmetics, pharmaceuticals and so on. All products are ISO9001 and FDA certified. Free samples are available.
Our sea buckthorn powder is milled from organic Hippophae rhamnoides fruits. Sea buckthorn is a spiny, flowering, deciduous shrub native to the temperate climates of Europe and Asia. Sea buckthorn produces small, orange berries which have been used in traditional healing practices for hundreds of years. For example, sea buckthorn berries were employed in Traditional Chinese Medicine, Russian folk herbalism, and in ancient Greece for wellness-support, as a tonic herb, and as part of a skin care regime. Occasionally spelled, sea buckhorn or sea buckthorne, the fruit powder can be prepared in botanical syrups, cosmetic products, herbal teas, smoothies, and extracts.
Our buy sea buckthorn powder is made from 100% raw sea buckthorn berries (without seeds). They're full of omega-7, a healthy, monounsaturated fat with links to cardiovascular health, immunity and metabolism.† A naturally-occurring pigment called beta-carotene gives our powder its rich orange color and is converted into vitamin A (retinol) by our bodies. Vitamin A is then used to support our skin, eyes and immune system.
Organic sea buckthorn fruit powder is also an excellent source of folate, vitamins C and E, which help prevent oxidative stress in the body.
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1. It's Nutritionally Rich
While tiny in size, the sea buckthorn powder holds an impressive profile of high-nutritional and medicinal values thanks to its rich antioxidant property. The tiny sea buckthorn berry has 190 biologically active nutrients. These range from vitamins A, B1, B2, C, D, E, flavonoids, amino acids, phenols, beta-carotene, folic acid, and organic acids. Oh, and it includes 20 mineral elements. Not bad for a tiny little berry, eh?
2. It Brightens and Heals Skin
Because its active ingredients have healing properties, the sea buckthorn fruit powder is often found in skincare products. You may find it listed as sea buckthorn oil, which is extracted from the seeds or fruit pulp of the berry.
If you’ve ever picked up a sea buckthorn berry beauty product, it was most likely an anti-aging product like a cream or lotion. It’s known to firm and smooth wrinkles for those with mature skin. The oil of the berry has also been found to heal rough, flaky skin and has been used to treat frostbite in some cases.
Need to brighten your skin ASAP? You can apply sea buckthorn oil directly to the skin for a dewy, glowing look.
3. It's Full of Omega Fatty Acids
Sea buckthorn powder offers all four omega fatty acids — omega-3, omega-6, omega-7, and omega-9. These acids provide necessary dietary fats your body can’t make on its own. The rare omega-7 monounsaturated fatty acid — also known as palmitoleic acid — offers anti‐inflammatory results when used. Now, instead of needing to take four different omega supplements, you can just drink up some sea buckthorn juice!
4. It May Help Diabetics
If you’re a type 2 diabetic, you might consider adding sea buckthorn berry to your diet. The berry’s palmitoleic acid — AKA omega-7 — is thought to play a useful role in minimizing type 2 diabetes symptoms.
One 2019 study published in the medical journal Diabetologia found positive results in using palmitoleate acid in the treatment of diabetes. High levels of palmitoleate prevent decreases in insulin sensitivity. Certain lifestyle and dietary changes can sometimes help with this sensitivity.
Additionally, sea buckthorn may lower meal insulin response for diabetics. A 2018 European Journal of Nutrition study conducted on overweight and obese male subjects uncovered that sea buckthorn usage “decreased and delayed the insulin response and improved glycemic profile.”
5. It May Reduce Heart Disease Risk
Daily consumption of sea buckthorn fruit powder could prevent certain cardiovascular diseases like hypertension and even heart attacks.Preclinical and other medical trials linked the anti-inflammatory properties of palmitoleic acid, which is found in sea buckthorn oil, to the prevention of cardiovascular problems. In other studies, it has lowered blood pressure, which lessens stress on the heart by allowing it to work with less vigor.
6. It Blows Oranges Out of the Water
If you’re looking for a fruit that contains a lot of vitamin C to stave off the sniffles, sea buckthorn berry is it. The vitamin C content is 10 times greater than that of oranges! Even outside of the annoyingly long cold and flu season, vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant you need in your daily diet. Not only does it boost the immune system, but it helps the body form important connective tissues like bones, blood vessels, and skin.
7. It Reduces Inflammation
Feeling a little sore after your most recent workout? Or dealing with a flare-up of arthritis? You can use a shot of sea buckthorn or a topical cream to keep soreness and stiffness at bay. For years, it’s been used topically in European and Asian countries as a way to relieve pain and reduce inflammation.One double-blind, randomized study in the European Journal of Clinical Medicine found that sea buckthorn berries do indeed have an impact on reducing inflammation markers.
8. It Improves Immunity
Need a bit of an immunity boost? The berry pulp and seeds of this nutrient-rich berry contain useful bioactive compounds like unsaturated fatty acids that are proven to help the immune system.
On top of that, the oil of this powerful fruit also has 2.4 times more carotenoids — a strong antioxidant — than other oils, according to a Kaunas University of Medicine in Lithuania study. If you love tea, consider steeping loose sea buckthorn berry leaves. The leaves are full of excellent vitamins and antioxidants known to help the immune system. Tea time, anyone?
9. It Takes the Sting Out of Sunburn
Hang out in the sun for a little too long? If you’re out of your usual aloe vera or want to try a new remedy, consider applying freshly crushed sea buckthorn berry to your skin. You can also apply a sea buckthorn berry concentrate on your skin as well.
1.Application in food processing: it's unique growth environment and unique health functions are particularly suitable for the development of functional foods and green foods.
2.Medical applications: The research on seabuckthorn efficacy is mostly concentrated on seabuckthorn juice, sea buckthorn oil and sea buckthorn leaves.
3.Application in feed: Sea Buckthorn Extract leaves and fruits contain crude protein, fat, vitamins and crude fiber. It is an excellent feed additive and can develop animal husbandry.