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Sea buckthorn oil Organic 100% Cold pressed
Kosher 350ml = 12oz Glass bottle
Form: oil for internal and external application.
Composition: preparation, obtained by cold expression of Sea Buckthorn seed, contains mixture of carotene and carotenoids (more then 200 mg %).
Identification: oily orange-red fluid with typical odour.
Action: stimulates reparative processes in case of skin and mucous tunic's affections of different etiologies (radiation, burning, ulcerous etc). This effect is connected with existence in sea-buckthorn oil of carotene (provitamin A), tocopherols (vitamin E) and other lipophilic substances.
Indications: the preparation should be used in cases of radiation damage and burning injuries of skin and mucous tunics; in gynaecology - in treatment of vaginitis, endocervicitis and cervical erosion; in gastroenterology - in treatment of ulcero-erosive damage of esophagus, peptic ulcer; in proctology - in treatment of adults and children suffering from hemorrhoids and rectum fissure. This preparation is available without a prescription. Keep in a cool, dark place.
Contraindications: individual hyper sensibility to any of the ingredients of this preparation. If it is taken orally, sea-buckthorn oil is contraindicated to the patients suffering from inflammatory processes in gallbladder, liver, pancreas, and from cholelithiasis.
Directions for use and dosage: sea-buckthorn oil is used internally and externally. In case of skin damage it is applied as oil dressings. It should be applied on skin, previously cleaned from necrotic tissues, and then covered with bulky dressing, which is changed every day. Treatment lasts till appearance of granulations. In cases of treatment of vaginitis, endocervicitis, cervical erosion, hemorrhoids, rectum fissure the preparation is applied as tampons, abundantly impregnated with sea-buckthorn oil. Course of treatment lasts in case of vaginitis - 10-15 procedures; endocervicitis, cervical erosion - 8-12 procedures; hemorrhoids and rectum fissure - 5-7 procedures. In the treatment of stomach and duodenum diseases usual dosage is 5 ml, 2-3 times per day for 2-3 weeks.
Side effects: allergic reactions may occur. If it is taken externally, possible side effect is burning of the skin where the medication is applied. In case of oral intake of the preparation the patient can feel bitter taste. Storage instructions: should be stored in a cool, protected from light place. Keep out of reach of children.
The preparation is available: without a prescription.
Application time: 1 year and 6 months since the production time. Do not use on the expiry of the application time printed on the box.
Listing of Sea Buckthorn Health Benefits
Sea buckthorn, a plant which produces the orange-colored sea buckthorn berry, and is grown primarily in the mountainous and colder regions of China, Russia and Canada, is rapidly becoming popular throughout the world for the hundreds of potential benefits it provides, both nutritionally and medicinally. Whether taken internally, in the form of a juice, tea or supplement, or applied topically to the skin in oil, lotion or cream form, sea buckthorn is beginning to earn a reputation as a "super fruit" for its ability to both heal and prevent a wide array of illnesses and conditions.
- Acne: The anti-inflammatory agents in sea buckthorn, such as quercetin and salycins, together with the immune boosting fatty acids mentioned above, work in harmony to help address the 3 main culprits of acne: immune system, hormone imbalances and chronic inflammation.
- Anti-aging: Rich in vitamin A and vitamin E, sea buckthorn can help reduce the appearance of wrinkles and retard premature skin maturation.
- Chemotherapy: The flavonoids in sea buckthorn can help cancer patients recover more rapidly from the effects of radiation and chemotherapy treatment.
- Cardiovascular benefits: Sea buckthorn is rich in unsaturated fatty acids, including omega-3, omega-6, omega-7 and omega-9 oils, which experts believe can significantly help improve heart health and drastically reduce a person's risk for heart attacks and strokes.
- Cell repair and rejuvenation: Studies show that sea buckthorn can aid significantly in the repair and rejuvenation of the body's cellular structure.
- Cerebral health: The fatty acids, flavonoids and carotonoids found in sea buckthorn not only help reduce the risk of stroke, they promote overall brain health and memory.
- Cholesterol control: The flavonoids and essential fatty acids in sea buckthorn help to increase the good cholesterol (HDL) in your blood and reduce your risk of conditions such as coronary heart disease and stroke. Also, phytosterols reduce the amount of cholesterol that you take in during meals.
- Fatigue: Sea buckthorn is rich in many important vitamins such as vitamin C and vitamin E, and can help reduce some of the more common symptoms of fatigue such as low energy and muscle tension. Sea buckthorn may even help promote a more restful night's sleep.
- Gastrointestinal health: Sea buckthorn seed oil is an effective treatment for gastric ulcers as it normalizes the output of gastric acid and helps to reduce inflammation in the stomach and other gastrointestinal organs.
- Hair: The oils and fatty acids contained in sea buckthorn can improve overall hair health and lends itself to a healthy and natural-looking shine. In addition, preliminary trials seem to indicate a correlation between the use of sea buckthorn and a reduction in the onset of premature hair loss.
- Hypertension or high blood pressure: Extracts from all parts of sea buckthorn - bark, juice, leaves and oil - can be effective in treating high blood pressure. Its essential fatty acids help to lower blood pressure, and some research suggests that increasing flavonoids (which are abundant in sea buckthorn) intake also benefits hypertension.
- Immune system: Sea buckthorn is rich in vitamin C which can help boost the immune system and helps to fight off disease.
- Liver: Clinical trials have shown that sea buckthorn can help normalize liver enzymes and immune system markers in those with inflammation or cirrhosis of the liver, and may help prevent the harmful effects of many substances high in toxicity.
- Menopause: Sea buckthorn is a natural lubricant and helps to relieve vaginal dryness that may occur during menopause.
- Skin diseases: Several studies have investigated sea buckthorn's ability to treat conditions such as acne, dermatitis, eczema, skin lesions and rosacea. Its skin-healing abilities are due to its high essential fatty acid, flavonoids, protein, and vitamin content.
- Sun Block: Sea buckthorn naturally absorbs the sun's harmful UV rays which can cause skin damage and may lead to skin cancer.
- Triglycerides: Sea buckthorn helps to lower these blood fats that can also contribute to heart disease and stroke.
- Ulcers: This fruit improves the health of mucous membranes in the gastrointestinal tract. Research involving rats indicate that the seed and pulp oils can prevent and cure gastric ulcers, possibly because of its phytosterols.
- Vitamin C (300-1600mg/100g)
- Vitamin E (162-255mg/100g)
- Vitamin A (11mg/100g)
- Vitamin B1 (0.04 mg/I00g)
- Vitamin B2 (0.56 mg/I00g)
- Wound and burn healing and skin rejuvenation: Palmitoleic acid, which is just one of the fatty acids produced by sea buckthorn, is a naturally occurring substance in the skin. Thus, sea buckthorn has proved very effective in the treatment of wounds, burns dermatitis and even cancers of the skin.
These are just a few of the many nutritional and healing benefits of sea buckthorn, and as research continues on this apparent "wonder drug" even more benefits are apt to surface.