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Where can you get sea buckthorn?

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It’s a shrub whose leaves, flowers, seeds, and berries are used in teas, oils, or concentrates for a number of health problems. Sea buckthorn fruit or fruit juice can be found in some jellies, juices, purees, sauces, drinks, and liquors. People usually don’t eat the berries raw because they are very tart. The amount of sea buckthorn used in food is typically much less than that used for medicinal purposes.

From: Sea Buckthorn WebMD Medical Reference

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Natural Standard: "Sea buckthorn ( )." Hippophae rhamnoides

Natural Medicines Comprehensive Database: "Sea Buckthorn."

Dulf, F. 2012. Chemistry Central Journal,

Fatima, T. , 2012. PLoS ONE

Suomela, J. Sept. 20, 2006. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry,

Larmo, P. , August 2010. Journal of Nutrition

Johansson, A. October 2000. Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry,

 

 

Reviewed by Christine Mikstas on May 30, 2019

SOURCES:

Natural Standard: "Sea buckthorn ( )." Hippophae rhamnoides

Natural Medicines Comprehensive Database: "Sea Buckthorn."

Dulf, F. 2012. Chemistry Central Journal,

Fatima, T. , 2012. PLoS ONE

Suomela, J. Sept. 20, 2006. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry,

Larmo, P. , August 2010. Journal of Nutrition

Johansson, A. October 2000. Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry,

 

 

Reviewed by Christine Mikstas on May 30, 2019

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