Contains over 190 different nutrients, and more than 60 antioxidants

Extremely high content of vitamin C - over 10 times higher than in oranges

Contains also vitamins A, B1, B2, B12, C, D, E and K

Contains omega fatty acids 3, 6, 7 and 9 

Enhances eye health

Heals skin damage, burns, cuts and wounds

Anti-aging benefits - widely used in skin and hair care products

Medicine uses sea buckthorn because of its impressive nutritional content

Beneficial for vegetarians because it contains vitamin B12 that normally only appears in meat

Supports healthy digestion and cardiovascular system

Anti-inflammatory components improve the body's natural healing processes

Contains zinc, potassium, magnesium, sodium and calcium

See what our nutritionist Taru says about seabuckthorn!

The health benefits of seabuckthorn have been documented in over 200 clinical studies around the world. 

The orange berries grow in a spiky bush and are challenging to pick from between the spikes. 



See the nutrition facts of seabuckthorn powder