Sea buckthorn leaf mikronization

Sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) is a shrub from the olive family with narrow, silvery-green leaves. It produces small, light orange fruits that taste tart and sour.

Sea buckthorn leaf infusion has multiple health benefits, including antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and astringent properties. It is recommended in the case of gastric problems, food poisoning, ulcers and as a support for the symptoms of arthritis, both through consumption in the form of tea and external use in the form of compresses.

Additionally, sea buckthorn leaf infusion has a beneficial effect on the condition of the throat during inflammation, supports liver regeneration and has a positive effect on the cardiovascular system, reducing the risk of heart disease and improving cholesterol metabolism.

Regular consumption of the infusion regulates blood sugar levels, inhibits oxidative damage and protects against radiation. Sea buckthorn leaves also have immunomodulatory, adaptogenic and anti-stress properties, strengthening the body’s immunity.

Moreover, sea buckthorn leaf infusion also has antibacterial and antiviral properties, which is confirmed by laboratory tests. When used externally, it improves the condition of the skin and hair, contributing to the relief of acne and the skin healing process.

Scientific research suggests that sea buckthorn may be an effective natural aid in the treatment of cardiovascular diseases, skin, liver and stomach ailments. Additionally, there is therapeutic potential for these compounds in cancer treatment and radiation protection, which stimulates further research.