sea ​​buckthorn

Summary

Sea buckthorn: medicinal plant rich in vitamins (especially C) and amino acids, with a stimulating effect. Indicated in cases of fatigue or convalescence, it is almost always presented as a juice.

names

Portuguese name: Sea buckthorn
Binomial name: Hippophae rhamnoides
French name: Argousier
English name: sanddorn
German name: Sanddorn
Italian name: olivello spinoso Spanish
name : espino amarillo

Family

Eleagnaceae

Constituents

Vitamins, vitamin C (up to 600 mg per 100g of fruit), vitamin E, B vitamins, amino acids, flavonoids.

parts used

Fruits or berries.

sea ​​buckthorn effects

Physical stimulant, general tonic, adaptogenic plant, astringent.

Sea buckthorn indications

Internal use (juice, drinkable solution, capsule,…)

Against fatigue (because of its richness in nutrients such as vitamin C), against infections such as colds, to strengthen immune defenses (also because of vitamin C).

External use (oil, ointment,…)

Skin burns, injuries.

Secundary effects

we do not know

contraindications

we do not know

Interactions

we do not know

Sea buckthorn-based preparations

– Sea buckthorn juice, drinkable solutions

– Sea buckthorn capsules

– Sea buckthorn oil (for external use)

– “Less medical” forms: jelly, compote, gelatin.

Where does sea buckthorn grow?

Hawthorn grows in Europe and Asia.

When to harvest sea buckthorn fruits?

We can harvest sea buckthorn fruits from September to October.

Comments

Sea buckthorn is an increasingly popular plant. In fact, it has an important amount of vitamins and amino acids, which makes it highly recommended by nutritionists. You will find in pharmacies several remedies based on sea buckthorn.

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