Why Sea Buckthorn is Berry Good for You!
27 January, 2016

Sea Buckthorn is a powerful berry that has been used in Asian traditional medicine for more than 1000 years. It is rich in beta carotene, vitamins and omegas 3,6,7 & 9.

Now it is being recognised as a natural way to combat dry eye and mouth conditions, as well as intimate dryness. It has also been described as ‘one of the best natural oils for rejuvenating mature and wrinkled skin’ and has digestive health benefits.

Sea Buckthorn – a useful remedy for many Health Challenges

Did you know that one in 10 people suffer from dry eyes? The condition is more prevalent in women and it is the cause of much discomfort. Common symptoms include redness, itchiness and a gritty feeling in the eye. Environmental factors and cosmetics can also affect the condition.

In addition, 10 per cent of us may develop dry mouth which can affect speech, swallowing and increase the risk of tooth decay.

Omega 7 works by regenerating the mucous membranes lining our eyes and mouth helping to lubricate.

Although not often talked about, around 40 per cent of women experience intimate dryness before, during and after the menopause. Studies have found that omega 7 can maintain healthy mucous membranes in the female genital tract.

Digestive Help

Irritated or inflamed mucous membrane are a factor in many digestive complaints such as ulcers, irritable bowel syndrome, colitis and Crohn’s disease. Research found that omega 7 can help soothe and repair damaged gut membranes.

How to choose the right Sea Buckthorn product for you:

  • Sea Buckthorn berries are difficult to harvest and must be processed with care. A CO2 extraction process is vital to preserve the omega 3, 6, 7 and 9.
  • Choose and omega 7 product made from the pulp and seeds of the berry

Omega 7 is good for: Intimate dryness during the menopause*Dry eyes and mouth *Healthy Skin*Healthy Immune System*Digestive Disorders

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