Sea Buckthorn tincture - 50ml

(Hippophae rhamonides)

SEA BUCKTHORN helps in: Preventing infection of the skin, improve eyesight, slowing the process of aging, asthma, angina pectoris, hyperlipidemia (high cholesterol), reduces the side effects of cancer treatment, gastrointestinal diseases, including ulcers, nausea, dyspepsia, constipation...

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Content

  1. Description of herb

  2. Healing effects

  3. Use and dosing

  4. Side effects

Ingredients of tincture

Water, soft alcohol (at least 35 vol.% Alk./ethanolu), Sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) fruit, vitamin C (L-ascorbic acid).

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Country of origin

Czech Republic

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Storage

Store in a dry place at room temperature. Do not store in direct sunlight and in frost.

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Description of herb

Sea Buckthorn (Hippophae rhamonides) is becoming more and more popular with its healing properties. It could be said that there is no area and difficulty in the human body where the Sea Buckthorn would not be used as a significant helper.

Light orange round fruits are also called "Siberian pineapple", not only for a taste similar to this exotic fruit but also for its similar healing properties. These small balls are the source of a tremendous amount of biologically active ingredients.

The healing effects of the Sea Buckthorn still clearly outweigh the effects of modern chemical drugs.

The use of the Sea Buckthorn for medical purposes has a very long history. It has been widely used in ancient medicine to treat chronic diseases of the stomach, liver, airways, rheumatism and purulent wounds on the skin.

Antique Greeks used it as a hair rejuvenation that gave them a shine and a healthy appearance. In Indian and Tibetan medicine, berries, bark and leaves were used to prepare 10 complex medication mixtures that were recommended for treating gastrointestinal diseases, inflammatory and purulent lung diseases and bleeding. In Eastern folk healing, the mature fruits of this plant have been used for centuries, and the juice is excreted out of them in the absence of appetite, and the sun and wounds from outside. Folk healers recommend using the Sea Buckthorn internally and externally against hair loss, scurvy (avitaminosis) and anemia.

Hippophae Rhamnoides fruits are so rich in vitamins and nutrients that speculate that the plant was cultivated by an ancient plant breeder. Legend has it that the ancient Greeks used Sea Buckthorn as part of a racing horse diet, hence the botanical name "Hippophae" - a shimmering horse. According to another legend, Sea Buckthorn were a favorite of Pegasus flying horse and helped him take off.

Sea Buckthorn is actually used in the food industry (syrups, compotes, marmalades, jams), medicine (treatment of skin diseases, mucous membranes, ulcers, digestive disorders, cancer, gynecological problems) and in cosmetics.

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Healing effects

Vitamin B - B1, B2, B6, B3 (nicotinamide, vitamin PP) contained in sea buckthorn maintains the harmonious function of the central nervous system, B9 (folic acid) helps the synthesis of nucleic acids that favorably affect hematopoiesis, growth and fetal development.

It has 10 times more vitamin C than orange and many other medicinal substances. The researchers say that the recommended daily dose of vitamin C is covered by a single berry.

Vitamin D contributes to the proper growth and development of bones and at the same time regulates the amount of calcium and phosphorus in the blood.

Vitamin E is an antioxidant and protector of essential fatty acids. It is used for diseases such as male sterility, muscular dystrophy and also for cardiovascular disorders.

Vitamin K is responsible for maintaining blood clotting. In the absence of timely medical assistance, bleeding may occur due to a malfunction or lack of platelets in the individual's blood.

Sea buckthorn acts as - a biogenic stimulator, generally strengthens the body - has antidepressant and anti-stress effect - occupies a prominent position in eliminating gastrointestinal problems - dissolving mucus - lowers cholesterol - helps break down toxic substances in the body - regenerates skin epithelium (frostbite and any burns) successfully used on
- gynecological problems
- cold
- rhinitis
- sinusitis

is suitable for
- strengthening eyesight
- hemorrhoids
- eczema
- Acne
- cold sores

It helps with these diseases and problems
gynecological inflammatory diseases, erosion of the cervix, inflammation of the vagina, inflammation of the lining of the cervix. A good therapeutic effect is also observed in inflammatory diseases of the rectum inflammation of the nasal mucosa, inflammation of the larynx, pharynx and sore throat inflammatory gum disease and periodontitis gastrointestinal diseases, especially gastric and duodenal ulcers and gastritis. This applies especially to the spring and autumn, when the manifestations of these diseases worsen.

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Active substances

Sea buckthorn is a natural concentrate of fatty acids, vitamins - E, F, P, K, A, B and C - and mainly carotene, which it contains several times more than carrots and pumpkins.

The high content of vitamin E, which is an important antioxidant, prevents vascular sclerosis and thus reduces the risk of myocardial infarction.

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Properties

Antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, immunostimulatory, expectorant.

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Recommended at

Per oral use helps in these diseases and troubles

  • prevention of skin infections
  • vision improvement
  • slowing down the aging process
  • asthma
  • angina pectoris
  • hyperlipidemia (high cholesterol)
  • slows down the decline in mental dexterity associated with aging
  • reduces the side effects of cancer treatment
  • diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, including ulcers
  • upset stomach
  • dyspepsia
  • constipation

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Use and dosing

3 times a day 15-30 drops 20 minutes before a meal.

When health problems are encouraged to use for at least 12 weeks.

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Side effects

Not recommended for children under three years, pregnant and nursing mothers.

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REMEMBER : Tell all your health care providers about any complementary health practices you use. Give them a full picture of what you do to manage your health. This will help ensure coordinated and safe care.