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  The summer weather we all love is finally here. With the heat many of us are searching for quick, easy, and healthy treats that kids and adults alike can enjoy during the hot summer months to come. Farmers markets are popping up across the country making it a great time to pick up fresh […]

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They’re finally here! After months of formulating, we are proud to announce the release of four new condition specific nutritional shampoos. It was really important for us to create all-natural shampoos scented with pure essential oils and free of SLS, DEA, and Parabens. SBT Seabuckthorn Oils have antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties and have long been […]

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We have always known SBT Seabuckthorn Tea to be extremely cleansing and anti-inflammatory. Recent studies suggest Sea buckthorn leaves show promise for the treatment of endotoxemia and endotoxin induced sepsis. Endotoxemia is the presence of endotoxins in the blood, which are the toxic protoplasms released when a micro-organism dies and disintegrates. SBT Seabuckthorn Tea contains […]

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Do you ever find your eyes feeling scratchy and dry when the day has only just begun? You aren’t alone. Over 25 million Americans are affected daily by dry eye symptoms. Dry Eye Disease (DED) is an increasingly common disorder with a variety of different causes. Some of the most common being: •Autoimmune conditions •Contacts […]

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Vaginal yeast infection is one of the most common reasons why women consult a healthcare professional. Many women suffer from repeated infections. If a woman has been previously diagnosed with a vaginal yeast infection and has recurring symptoms, then treatment with seabuckthorn oil is an option to consider and why not? It is all natural […]

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Eczema is an all too common inflammatory skin condition affecting over 22 million people in North America alone. The most common form of eczema is Atopic Dermatitis and is often genetically inherited from family members with a history of asthma and/or hay fever. Eczema appears mainly in children. Ninety percent of those children with eczema […]

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Rosacea is an inflammatory skin condition estimated to affect 45 million people worldwide. Rosacea sufferers tend to be Caucasian, females, between 30 and 50 at the onset of symptoms. It is interesting to note that men, while less likely to suffer from rosacea, tend to have the most severe symptoms. Rosacea primarily affects the face, […]

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Inflammation (Latin, īnflammō,- “I ignite, set alight”) is part of the complex biological response of vascular tissues to harmful stimuli, such as pathogens, damaged cells, or irritants.[1] The classical signs of acute inflammation are pain, heat, redness, swelling, and loss of function. Inflammation is a protective attempt by the organism to remove the injurious stimuli […]

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A recent case study describes an example of gastrointestinal treatment inducing full remission of rosacea symptoms. The authors of the paper hypothesise that GI tract bacteria may in some people cause a chronic inflammatory reaction affecting the blood vessels. Rosacea is a chronic disorder characterized by hypersensitivity of the facial vasculature, presenting with intense flushing […]

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Rosacea is an inflammatory skin condition primarily affecting the face. Its causes are not fully known, but it is suspected of having immune, allergic, hereditary, hormonal and even neurological origins. Most rosacea treatments have immunosuppressant and/or anti-inflammatory effects. Rosacea affects some 45 million sufferers worldwide, the majority of them young adult to middle-aged women of […]

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FIRST magazine for women profiles long-time Seabuckthorn International Inc. customer Michele Guy in an article about rosacea and seabuckthorn in their upcoming January 2008 issue (p.32, out in the US and Canada December 26, 2007). First for Women is a snappy health and lifestyle magazine with a wide and devoted readership all over North America, […]

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Mmmmmmm, coffee!! Almost every conventional weight loss diet tells you to stop drinking it, but if you eat for your blood type and you’re AB, you’re supposed to drink it! This CBC News article uses a fun slideshow to outline six reasons to love coffee, and two reasons to leave it! As a serious coffee […]

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A study released in October 2007 by a team of Italian researchers has shown that iron deficiency anemia can cause chronic cough and inflammation of the vocal cords in women sufferers. Women are more likely than men to suffer from both iron deficiency anemia and unexplained chronic coughs. It turns out that administering a simple […]

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Decubitus ulcers, or bedsores, are a serious medical problem affecting an estimated 20% of hospital patients and costing billions of dollars (US figures). Particularly in the elderly and those with chronic diseases, these wounds can resist even the most aggressive healing intervention, and can remain with the patients for the rest of their lives. Not […]

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Friday afternoon I was lucky enough to catch Dr Alan C. Logan on the Christy Clark Show (audio available after free registration on CKNW.com). Dr Logan is the author of The Clear Skin Diet so as you might expect he and Christy focused on the role of nutrition in healthy skin. Not a surprise to […]

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I’m not a clumsy person, I’m a graceful person who doesn’t look where she’s going. And thanks to that fact, along with walking in shorts rain or shine (or snow or sleet), walking with a big heavy dog who has her own ideas about when to stop or slow down, and exceptionally cold, humid mornings, […]

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Part 1 Part 2 SBT Seabuckthorn, a Super Anti-Oxidant, Powerful Anti-Inflammatory, with an impressive combination of well over 190 nutrients and vitamins, has long been known to effectively treat persistent and irritating skin conditions such as rosacea, acne, dermatitis, eczema, sun damage and psoriasis.  This makes sense because it works from the inside out as […]

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Part 1 Part 3 As mentioned the balance of Omega 6 to 3 should be 1 : 1. The traditional Inuit people do not have cardiovascular disease, because they get their food source from seal meat and fat, which is a perfect balance of 6 and 3 and not to mention loads of vitamin C […]

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Part 2 Part 3 Taking SBT Seabuckthorn, Seed Oil, Fruit Oil, Berry Flavone capsules and drinking the tea from the leaves, is a return to basic nutrition. Let me explain. Science has shown that inflammation leads to disease and to a degenerative state in the body. This happens in part when we have a diet […]

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