SCOPE OF USAGE
Disease of respiratory tract Respiratory tract infection, bronchitis,
coughing, asthma, lung infection, pulmonary emphysema - dosage 2
capsules twice daily.
Cardio cerebral vascular
disease Coronary artery
disease, atherosclerosis, high blood pressure, cerebral bloodclots
- dosage 3 capsules twice daily.
Disease of urinary system Nephritis, renal failure, sexual dysfunction,
prostatitis, impotence & premature ejaculation, infection of
the urinary system - dosage 3 capsules twice daily
Disease of the blood system Anemia, decrease in platelets count -
dosage 2 capsules twice daily.
Gastro-intestinal disease Hemorrhoids, gastric ulcer, ulcer of the
duodenum, acute & chronic gastritis, acute & chronic gastroenteritis,
esophagitis coilitis, acute & chronic diarrhea & indigestion
- dosage 4 capsules twice daily.
Cancer Gastric cancer, esophagus cancer, liver
cancer, pancreatic cancer, breast cancer, prostate cancer, ascites
carcinoma, cancer of the colon, chemotherapy for cancer of the uterus
- dosage 2 capsules twice daily.
Disease of the nervous Dizziness, neuro-headache, low blood pressure,
sciatica, insomnia - dosage 2 capsules twice daily.
Rheumatism Arthritis, arthralgia, joint enlargement,
pain in the cervical vertebra, scapulohumeral periarthritis - dosage
3 capsules twice daily.
Metabolic disease Diabetes Mellitus, high cholesterol, obesity,
constipation - dosage 2 capsules twice daily.
Disease of the five sense
swelling, otitis media,rhintis, pharyngitis, oral inflammation,
aphtha, tonsillitis - dosage 2 capsules twice daily.
Skin disease Acne, spots, pigmentation, eczema urticaria,psoriasis,
itch caused by beri-beri, wrinkles, dull and dark(external skin
complexion use) - dosage 2 capsules twice daily.
Semi-healthy condition Imsonia & amnesia, sleepiness, constant
dream, tiredness, weak limbs, pain in shoulder & back, lethargy,
poor concentration, dizziness & dysphoria - dosage 2 capsules
Prevention of radiation Exposure to radiation, operating computers,
using handphones & flying resulting in poor eyesight, pain in
eyeball, decline in hearing, tiredness & discomfort, headache
& dizziness - dosage 2 capsules twice daily.
Post-surgical recovery Injury pain, slow recovery, poor appetite,
lethargy - dosage 2 capsules twice daily.
Decline in immunity Frequent illness and prone to colds &
flu, poor appetite & sleep - dosage 2 capsules twice daily.
Protection of the liver Fatty liver, alcoholic liver disease,
cirrhosis, hepatitis - dosage 2 capsules twice daily.
Gynecological care Menstruation cramps, menopause complication,
cervical erosion, cervical inflammation, irregular menstruation,
mastitis, pruritus vulvae - dosage 2 capsules twice daily.
Children Low immunity, choosy diet, malnutrition,
decline in intelligence quotient, abnormal growth - dosage 1 capsule
Others Burns, scalds, decubitus ulcer, cut, cold
- dosage 1 capsule twice daily.
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: Nature's Anti-oxidant
In recent years people have discovered the many potential benefits
of antioxidants in the diet, and the pharmaceutical industry has
raced to synthesize more and more powerful varieties of them. But
in chasing new discoveries we have forgotten a time-honored natural
source of antioxidants: Seabuckthorn
Seabuckthorn , a hardy plant which
grows in dry soil, which had very healthful and even miraculous
herbal properties. It sounded rather exotic, but it seemed to thrive.
It certainly lived up to its name - it had thorns enough to deter
even the most thick-skinned buck. They looked pretty on the bush,
oval-shaped and a bright orange colour. They didn't have much flavour,
and they weren't even particularly sweet.
It seems that it was already known in Ancient Greek times. It is
also called "Sallow Thorn", presumably from the berries
which can stain the skin yellow (they have been used to make pigments
and dyes). Seabuckthorn's Latin name is Hippophae rhamnoides L.,
translated to mean "giving light to a horse" (hippos -
horse, phaos - light); refer- , to its reputed power of curing blindness
in horses (- well, who am I to argue). It is native to Europe and
some northern regions of Asia, but is cultivated elsewhere too.
What is the secret?
Seabuckthorn berries have a unique composition, combining a cocktail
of components usually only found separately. The content of vitamin
C, vitamin E and carotenoids reads like the label on a pack of multi-vitamin
pills. The vitamin C content is among the highest for any plant
(4th after rose-hips, hot chili pepper and sweet red pepper), while
for vitamin E it takes 2- nd place around the other "champions"
are all nuts and seeds with a high fat content. Seabuckthorn berries
also have a high content of b-carotene (see Tables 1 and 2). The
beta-carotene content is what gives the berries their colour, which
can vary from yellow to red depending on the variety. All of these
components are classified as natural anti-oxidants, which form a
vital part of the body's defense system.
CONTENT OF VITAMINS C, E
and b-carotene per 100 g
Vitamin C (mg)
Vitamin E (mg)
Rose-hi ps 430
Sweet red peppers 350
Hot Chili peppers 360
Sweet red peppers 250
Wheatgerm oil 190
Sunflower oil 50
Sunflower seeds 50
Filbert nuts 24
Palm oil 22
80% from D-alpha-tocopherol
Despite the wide area where Seabuckthorn grows, few people in Europe
or America make use of its medicinal properties. But in some countries
like Tibet, China, Russia and Ukraine, Seabuckthorn oil is a popular
home-made ointment for minor cuts, sunburn, and skin irritation;
and its curative properties have been confirmed by scientific research.
If you are able to harvest some Seabuckthorn berries, you can try
preparing the oil yourself.
Why do we need anti-oxidants?
Smoking, drinking alcohol, exposure to environmental pollutants,
and also exposure to ultraviolet light or nuclear radiation can
all trigger the production of "free radicals" on the skin's
surface, or inside the body. Free radicals are very simple compounds
of oxygen, in which the innocent molecule has acquired an extra
electron. Free radicals are very reactive particles and they aggressively
attack all the surrounding molecules within the cell. The attacked
molecules are oxidized, becoming structurally damaged and even making
them toxic for the body. Vitamins with antioxidant properties form
a natural line of defense against free radicals; they "catch"
free radicals and neutralize them. These anti-oxidant vitamins,
all present in Seabuckthorn oil, are vitamin A (derived from -carotene),
vitamin C (ascorbic acid) and vitamin E (-tocopherol).
For busy people
For those of us not lucky enough to have a Seabuckthorn bush, or
with no time to prepare the oil ourselves, fortunately it is available
in ready-prepared form; as a liquid for use on the skin, or as capsules
for internal use. The finished product is more often blended with
an oil such as sunflower oil, olive oil and almond oil. Also on
the market you can find a very concentrated extract (not blended),
used by manufacturers of cosmetics and other products. Seabuckthorn
oil standardized using carotenoids (not less than 170mg% and maximum
300-420mg%) and sum of tocoferols (not less than 110mg%).
The purity is very important; not every product is of a good standard.
But one high-quality product I have found in Eastern Europe are
the Rhamno-Fitt Seabuckthorn oil capsules produced by Biogal Rt.
in Hungary. It does not contain any preservatives or chemical stabilizers.
Each capsule contains 300mg of pure (not blended) Seabuckthorn oil,
and provides 500 mcg of beta-carotene (1/6 of daily requirement)
and 300 mcg of vitamin E (1/3 of daily requirement). The suggested
dosage is 3 capsules per day.
Rhamno-Fitt capsules for
a healthy body and healthy skin
For a healthy bodily
reinforces the body's defenses
Rhamno-Fitt capsules is very rich source of vitamins and minerals,
especially in vitamins A, C, E and beta-carotenes, flavanoids, and
other bioactive compounds. Rhamno-Fitt capsules increases the capability
of the body's immune-system and can prevent vitamin A deficiency
in the body. Also has an antibacterial action; inhibits the growth
of staphylococci and other bacteria. These effects are especially
valuable at the end of a long winter, in the treatment of colds,
febrile conditions, exhaustion, also during periods of convalescence.
Promotes healthy arteries
Retards the development of atherosclerosis and cardiac disorders.
Rhamno-Fitt capsules are also a fairly good source of essential
unsaturated fatty acids, that is important for regulation of prostaglandin
synthesis. Prostaglandins regulates blood pressure and water-salt
balance. Their role was emphasized in many scientific researches.
Each Rhamno-Fitt capsule contains 35-60% of Palmitoleic acid, 5-35%
butyric oil acid and 0-15% linoleic acid. So high content of essential
fatty acids is fairly uncommon for a fruit. Usually oils, animals
fats and fish oils have these acids.
Anti-tumor activity of Seabuckthorn was demonstrated in many scientific
works. Just mention one of them. Chinese scientists Li Y and Liu
H from Shanxi Medical College, Taiyuan, China published an article
(IARC Sci. Publ. 1991; 105, 568-70) in which three group of rats
were fed a diet containing carcinogens: First group (control) drunk
a tap-water, second group drunk water with Vitamin C and the third
group drunk water together with Seabuckthorn juice. The result were
intrigues. The average life span of rats in a group given Seabuckthorn
juice was 270 days, when given ascorbic acid - 220 days and in control
group only 195 days. Moreover microscopic examinations of the liver
(main target of carcinogens) showed that Seabuckthorn juice can
prevent tumor production more effectively comparing with ascorbic
acid solutions and pure water.
These were discovered during experiments on patients with skin defects.
Promotes recovery from colitis, healing of erosion of the cervix,
of stomach and duodenal ulcers, and of burns affecting the mucous
membranes. Also speeds recovery from external wounds and sores,
For healthy skin - a valuable
external nutrient and ointment
As a skin nutritive and
Such anti-oxsidants like vitamin E and beta-corotene effectively
combat wrinkles, dryness, and other symptoms of aging or of a neglected
skin. That is why Rhamno-Fitt capsules delays the aging process
externally and enternally.
As a healing ointment
The oil can be used as an ointment to promote healing of burns (including
sunburn), eczema, radiation injury ulcers and small cuts or abrasions.
This healing effect is due to the beta-carotene (provitamin-A) that
is in Seabuckthorn oil. The oil should be applied to the skin after
washing and drying, and left for at least 20 minutes before removal.
For best results, apply in the evening and leave overnight. However,
remember that it will probably leave a temporary slight yellow-orange
stain - so try and apply evenly!
Other applications of Seabuckthorn
Firstly in food industry in the production of juices with tonic
effect, syrups and concentrates. The fresh berries are astringent
and it is being investigated as a food that is capable of reducing
the incidence of cancer and also as a means of halting or reversing
the growth of cancers.
As a natural vitamin C additive and aroma for fruit and vegetables
preserves. As ingredient in sauces and in the production of confectionary
and aromas. Seabuckthorn also used in pharmaceutical and cosmetic
Active ingredients of Seabuckthorn
typical amounts per 100 g of fresh berries
* vitamin E (up to 180 mg)
* vitamin C (50-900 mg)
* vitamin A (up to 60 mcg)
beta-carotene, gamma-carotene, lycopene
(total 60-180 mg)
* vitamin B1 (up to 35 mcg)
* vitamin B2 (up to 55 mcg)
* folate (up to 80 mcg )
* fruit acids:
chiefly malic acid, also acetic acid
and quinic acid
in particular kaempferol, isorhamnetin
as well as quercetin tri- and tetra-glycosides
(up to 3.6g)
* essential minerals:
K, Ca, Mg, Fe, Mn, Cu, Zn, Cr and
* amino-acids (proteins)
* unsaturated and
satu rated fatty-acids (in the seeds
12%; in the pulp 9% of total): oleic, isolinoic, linoleic
and stearic acids