Sea Buckthorn (also called seaberry, sandthorn or sallowthorn) is a thorny tree that is native to Europe and Asia. It grows along rocky shorelines and in high altitude mountain areas. Surviving these harsh climates forces the plant to develop adaptogenic qualities. Every part of the plant is nutritious, including the leaves and bark.
Though it grows all over Eurasia, the best type of sea buckthorn is grown in the Tibetan Himalayas. The Tibetan plateau has high altitude and extreme temperatures. The highest tested levels of nutrients come from berries of this region.
The subspecies we use is Tibetana
We adhere to fair labor practices
Our berries consistently test at 35% or higher Omega 7 content
We tried other sources, but found Tibetan was best
Why Use Sea Buckthorn?
For centuries, people have used sea buckthorn oil for health and beauty. The oils are rich with fatty acids and antioxidants. With so much dense nutrition, it's no wonder the ancient Tibetans called it Liquid Gold.
Each oil has its own distinct nutritional properties. Both types of oil are suitable for nutritional supplementation or topical use.
Sea Buckthorn Oil Benefits
Seed Oil Plant based omega 3 Liver support Cardiovascular support Skin brightening Immunity boost Healthy inflammation response Near 1:1 ratio of Omega-6 & Omega-3
Omega 7 Better source of Omega 7 than fish Cellular moisture/ dry cell conditions Digestive support Skin repair for cuts, wounds & burns Vaginal health Age defying
Sea buckthorn contains Omegas 3, 7, 6 & 9, plus natural vitamin E. See all benefits of plant-based omegas here.