Sea Buckthorn

Botanical Name: Hippophae Rhamnoides

Botanical Name:
Hippophae Rhamnoides

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Family:

Elaeagnaceae

Appearance:

Bushy shrub, very branched, spiny, with a general whitish whistle.

Fruits, fleshy, fleshy, 7-8 mm in diameter, orange, with a hard bucket.

Soil stabilizer on rabbit ribs, developing well on pebbles and sands.

Origins:

  • Europe
  • Asia

Active constituents:

  • Sugars, organic acids, flavonoids, pectins, polyphenols, tannins, liposoluble vitamins, water-soluble vitamins, essential fatty acids, alpha and beta carotene, tocopherols, unsaturated fatty acids.

Healing properties:

Due to their vitamin C content, carotenoids, group B vitamins, vitamins E, F, P, and flavonoids, fruit is a valuable source of polyvitamins. Seed oil acrylic and epithelial action, indicated in wounds or hard to heal wounds.

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