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Sea buckthorn oils have powerful healing properties when it comes to radiation damage. Russian cosmonauts included Seabuckthorn in their diets to help counteract radiation exposure from the sun while in space. Those experiencing fallout from the Chernobyl disaster were given sea buckthorn oils to help protect the thyroid from radiation damage. Even now, several years […]

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In light of this year’s Earth Day we at SBT Seabuckthorn thought it would be a good time to share our beliefs on sustainability, packaging, and giving back to the earth and those on it. Sustainability Not only does the sea buckthorn plant offer many benefits to the human body, but it also helps out […]

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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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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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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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One of the first  research studies that I came across on Seabuckthorn discussed the amazing healing and analgesic properties of Seabuckthorn Oil in the treatment of burns.  Like most people I found that surprising since oil of any kind is definitely not something I expected to be using to heal burns. Quite the opposite in fact. Well, not only […]

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I am a relatively healthy 60 year old, however in summer 2007, the results from my annual physical showed slightly elevated levels of LDL cholesterol and blood sugars. Nothing to be too concerned about, and I admit to not making many/any changes to my lifestyle at that time. I began taking SBT Seabuckthorn Flavone Capsules […]

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Welcome to SBT Seabuckthorn Blog Q&A, where we answer questions you’ve asked about seabuckthorn! This month, a Google user asked the question, “What is the fatty acid profile of seabuckthorn?” A great question! Seabuckthorn Oils– Superfruit Nutrition Seabuckthorn’s nutrient rich berries cluster on thorny branches like brilliant orange jewels. Having their genesis in the unforgiving […]

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Dr E.G., at the top of our More Testimonials page, has a very strong opinion of how to treat rosacea, and the role of the Demodex mite! … For me (my complexion is pretty good, by the way) the oils tone the skin and seem to diminish excess oily secretions.  So if it is true […]

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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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Fifty percent of us are allergic to something we put on our skin. I wish I’d known that a few years ago. A friend of mine gave me a big bottle of hand cream, a really expensive one from an upscale spa. I used it occasionally at first – I fortunately don’t have to moisturise […]

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I love the smell of lip balm in the winter! Seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) is a perfect fit for lips. The light, delicate oil heals rather than just coating, and it is gentler than many preparations on the thin, sensitive skin of the mouth. Also, seabuckthorn oil is not only fine but actually indicated for […]

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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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A recent CBC article has underlined the importance of Omega-3 fatty acids in maintaining and improving good health. As the article states, there are many natural sources of Omega-3s, and furthermore, many foods are enriched with Omegas to improve their nutritional profile. Joe Schwarcz, a chemistry professor at McGill University in Montreal, attempts to clarify some […]

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Over the years, I’ve frequently been asked to outline my skincare regime; it’s evolved over time, but with a few consistent elements. My programme has been stable for several years, and here it is: Daily cleansing I have always had oily skin, so I cleanse at least twice a day; in the morning, in the […]

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I’ve recently been communicating with online skincare groups, helping dispel some of the myths surrounding intractable skin conditions such as rosacea. Unfortunately, there is a great deal of misinformation, which can exacerbate suffering and hinder healing. I posted this open letter on a thread in Google Groups, but I felt that it was important enough […]

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In advance of the Canadian Health Food Association’s Expo West conference and trade show last month (April 19-22), I wanted to write a press release that would provide an useful summary of SBT Seabuckthorn’s virtues and credentials, but that would be accessible to readers and helpful to our company as well, without being self-servingly promotional. […]

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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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