Nestled in the foothills of the Himalayas, the pristine little village of Buriokop Butsy held its Sunday market religiously. Woven mats laid across the misty pavement with yellow apples, slippers and metal dishes piled on high. But most beautiful of all were the occasional mounds of bright orange berries, the "Holy Fruit of the Himalayas" or also known as Sea Buckthorn. It earned its name because this little berry is packed with more than 20 mineral co-factors, carotenoids (pro-vitamin A), flavonoids (antioxidants), and it contains the full range of Omegas (3,6,9, & 12) in perfect balance--when imbalanced, it impairs our ability to process the beneficial compounds and some cases contributes to obesity such as in the case of corn-fed industrial beef; though it has omega 3&6 the imbalance is so grand that it's actually harmful. This berry is perfect! In addition, it is rich vitamin B1, B2, folic acid, vitamin C (15 x more than oranges), vitamin E and vitamin K.
Because of these amazing compounds, the oil extracted from Sea Buckthorn heals wounds, restores, protects and softens skin tissue and slows the appearance of aging--not magically, but because it's a powerful antioxidant. Antioxidants, as you surely know, fight the bad free radicals, which increase wrinkles, fatigue, and give us that dreadful look. Speaking of free radicals--the bad ones, that is, because good ones fight off diseases--do you know what increases free radicals in our body?
It's all in Nature!
Thank you for visiting our website and blog. Through this medium, I hope to teach, enlighten, and inspire you about Mother Nature's wonders so that you can discover the true value healthy living. I want to foster a love for Nature so that we, as a collective, can take a stance to protecting our Earth as we indulge in the beautifying remedies Nature has in store for us!