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  • Seabuckthorn is known as an unique source of high valued oils.
  • The flavonoids of sea buckthorn mainly from fruit pulp; also in the leaves and the oils of sea buckthorn primarily in the seeds, but also in the fleshy part of the fruit  are the two items specially extracted for medicinal use.
  • Main Constituents of Sea Buckthorn Oils from Seed, Fruit Pulp (juice), and Fruit Residue After Removing Juice.


  • Cancer therapy: Most of the work done in this area has been with laboratory animals.

  • Gastric ulcers: Hippophae is traditionally used in the treatment of gastric ulcers, and laboratory studies confirm the efficacy of the seed oil for this application

  • Liver cirrhosis: A clinical trial demonstrated that sea buckthorn extracts helped normalize liver enzymes, serum bile acids, and immune system markers involved in liver inflammation and degeneration

  • Skin: An ingredient of the oil, palmitoleic acid, is a component of skin. It is considered a valuable topical agent in treating burns and healing wounds.
  • Nutritional use: The berries of seabuckthorn are among the most nutritious and vitamin-rich fruit known. They contain large amounts of essential oils and vitamin C.


  • Ecological-economic plantations: The purpose of these plantations is to make use of degraded barren land and obtain proper economic benefits for growers. Such plantations are usually established by growing seedlings. After three to four years, the plantations can significantly reduce soil erosion and water loss.
  • Economic plantations: The purpose of these plantations is mainly to harvest berries and leaves. Such plantations are usually established by growing cutting saplings. The plantation looks like an orchard, and the ratio of male to female plants is 1:10 or 2:8.


  • Sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) is one of the important natural resources of the mountainous regions of China and Russia. The plant grows naturally in sandy soil at an altitude of 1,200-4,500 meters (4,000-14,000 feet) in cold climates, though it can be cultivated at lower altitudes and into temperate zones.
  • Canada has invested in planting sea buckthorn, originally brought over from Siberia in the 1930s, hoping to develop a good agriculture market; Saskatchewan has ideal growing conditions, yielding a high quality product.

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