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We found a great article that outlines all the ins and outs of the benefits of sea buckthorn. It covers the interesting history of the sea buckthorn, as well as what to use it for. “This plant is effective against … Continue reading
Every day, word of the secret super berry sea buckthorn spreads and we find that very exciting! An article from Cambridge News is a guide to the best wild berries to be picked in the UK this autumn. “Foraging for … Continue reading
Originally published on 7/9/2012 by John K. Sea-Buckthorn… this plant can do it all! http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/0/04/Hippophae_rhamnoides.jpg Common Name: Sea-Buckthorn Other Names: Seaberry, Sandthorn, Sallowthorn, Siberian Pineapple Scientific Name: Hippophae rhamnoides Other species: Himalayan/Willow-Leaved Sea-Buckthorn (Hippophae salicifolia) Family: Elaeagnaceae (the Oleaster family) These small berries are … Continue reading
Originally published by Becky Lerner on 1/19/2014 Check out this excellent video of British wild food expert Ray Mears harvesting wild sea-buckthorn, Hippophae sp., and making fruit juice with it!
Originally published by BerlinPlants 9/11/2011 Most foragers are reluctant to try eating brightly colored berries belonging to plant species unknown to them; this type of skepticism is healthy and reinforced by the multitude of poisonous berries in nature. We had … Continue reading
Originally published 11/12/13 by Liliana Usvat Sea Buckthorn plants are incredibly important natural resources in the mountainous regions of China and Russia, and the Canadian prairies. The plant will grow naturally in both sandy, and clay soils. In fact the … Continue reading
Originally published on October 27, 2013 by Monica Wilde There are so many sea buckthorn berries at this time of the year. They are very high in vitamin C and have an antioxidant (ORAC) profile just below acai berry – except you don’t … Continue reading
DBT plans programme to develop industrial products by prospecting bioactive molecules from seabuckthorn
Originally published on 8/1/2013 By Ramesh Shankar, Mumbai The Department of Biotechnology (DBT) will soon develop a network program aimed at developing industrial products through prospecting of bioactive molecules from seabuckthorn, a deciduous shrub. The programme aims to prospecting on … Continue reading
Originally published by Leah Shainhouse on 7/5/2013 Many people tend to overindulge in high-fat foods that satisfy their palate—but not their hunger pangs. Ever wonder why? Since fat is the least satiating macronutrient compared to protein or carbohydrates, you’re more … Continue reading
Originally published on 6/19/2013 Most people these days have heard of the health benefits of consuming omega-3 fatty acids, found in flax seeds, walnuts and cold water fish, such as salmon. Recently, omega-7 fatty acids have taken centre stage as … Continue reading