Sea Buckthorn Research

There are over 200 published researches around the world on sea buckthorn.  We’ll track down all the sea buckthorn research we can find, review and summarize them, and let you know our findings!

Don’t forget that although sea buckthorn has made a lot of noise the last couple years, it has been used medicinally for 1000′s of years! There are more testimonials to it’s benefits than there is research so feel free to read our reviews page for sea buckthorn testimonials!


  • Findings from Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University in the Area of Life Science Research Reported

    November 21, 2013

    Originally released 11/25/13  By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Biotech Business Week — Investigators discuss new findings in Life Science Research. According to news originating from New Delhi, India, by NewsRx correspondents, research stated, “Seabuckthorn (Hippophaerhamnoides L.) is known for its medicinal, nutritional and environmental importance since ancient times. However, very limited efforts have been made to characterize the genome ...

  • Researchers Say Prairie Fruits Like Buffaloberry are Superfruits

    November 18, 2013

    Originally published by Nupur Jha on 11/14/13. Prairie fruits like buffaloberry, sea buckthorn and chokecherry are found to be superfruits as they are extremely rich sources of nutrients and have a high potential food value. Researchers from the University of Saskatchewan unveiled the facts about these prairie fruits, which are also useful in the medical field and ...

  • Sea Buckthorn and Bilberries May Improve Metabolic and Heart Health for Women: RCT Data

    August 23, 2013

    Originally Published by Stephen DANIELLS  8/20/2013 Daily consumption of sea buckthorn berries, its extracts, or bilberries may boost the overall metabolic profiles of overweight women, says a new study from Finland. Using a nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) metabolomics, researchers from the University of Turku, the University of Oulu, and Aromtech evaluated the effects of sea buckthorn, select ...

  • DBT plans programme to develop industrial products by prospecting bioactive molecules from seabuckthorn

    August 1, 2013

    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 seabuckthorn for industrially important bio-molecules for therapeutic herbal products such as antimicrobial, wound healing, anti-ulcer, and cardiovascular; cosmeceutical ...

  • Researchers Uncover Novel Mycotoxin Treatment

    May 7, 2013

    Originally published on May 7th, 2013 The leaves and berries of sea buckthorn (SB; Hippophae rhamnoides ; family Elaeagnaceae ) are medically claimed as having phyto-antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and anti-cancerous properties in humans, according to Carmen Solcan from the University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine in Iasi and co-authors there and at Gr. T. Popa University of Medicine ...

  • LSU Professor Investigates Sea Buckthorn for Horse Ulcers

    November 5, 2012

    Professor Frank Andrews of the LSU School of Veterinary Medicine studies the effects of sea buckthorn on horse stomach ulcers finding the berries healed some parts of the stomach just as well as prescribed medication. Andrews used 2 groups of 8 horses feeding each group the same type and quantity of food. He added 4oz of ...

  • Study Suggests Sea Buckthorn Berries May Prevent Ulcers in Horses

    October 24, 2012

    A recent study conducted by the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine indicates that adding sea buckthorn berries to the diet of horses may reduce the incidence of glandular gastric ulcers. Check out our article on sea buckthorn and human ulcers here. “Sea buckthorn berries and pulp are high in lipiphilic and hydrophilic bioactive compounds such as ...

  • Study Shows Sea Buckthorn Can Reduce Oily Skin by 45%!

    October 17, 2012

    Researchers at the Islamia University of Bahawalpur, Pakistan studied the effect of 1% sea buckthorn cream extract on sebum production. They used 10 male volunteers between 20 and 35 years of age and gave each subject either the treatment cream or a placebo cream that didn’t contain the plant extract. The treatment cream is a base ...

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