Monastic hippophaes (Hippophae rhamnoides) of the Sea Buckthorn variety, made in the Holy monastery of Dormition. Doypack packaging that opens and closes several times safely.
Historically hippophae is known from antiquity, in various cultures, for its healing properties. Related theses are made by Theophrastus and Dioskourides.
Hippophaes contains 190 valuable substances, most of which have strong antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial and healing action. Offers energy and stimulation.
The fruit and its oil are among the most nutritious and rich in vitamins (C, E, A, B1, B2, F, K, P).
Contains high levels of Vitamin C - helps in iron absorption and healing of wounds.
Vitamin E - slows down cell aging and protects against atherosclerosis.
Vitamin A - Maintains the health of the eyes and skin.
Vitamin D - helps metabolize calcium, phosphorus and magnesium in the body and integrate them into the bones, contributing to their health.
All B complex vitamins that help good functioning of the nervous and muscular system, as well as the heart, are involved in the synthesis of enzymes and the metabolism of fats, proteins and carbohydrates. Helps hair, nail and skin health.
Vitamin K - plays a key role in blood coagulation and helps in the formation of bones and their reconstitution.
Rich in minerals and amino acids. Contains calcium, Magnesium, Iron, Phosphorus, Copper, Potassium, Sodium, Selenium, Zinc, Omega-3, Omega-6 Omega-9 and Rare Omega-7.
It is used against cardiovascular diseases, it stimulates the circulatory system, it acts against eczema and dermatitis. The dietary supplement is taken in cases of stress or anorexia nervosa. It strengthens the immune system and protects against prostatic hyperplasia.
Hippophaes can be consumed:
- As a dried fruit
- As a decoction: Put a cup of water in a briquette and add one teaspoon of Hippophaes. Let it boil for at most 5 minutes and let it cool a little, drink it.
- As an infusion: put a mug of water in the briquette and once the water is boiled, remove the briquette from the fire and add 1 teaspoon of Hippophaes in the hot water. Leave for 10 minutes and then strain and drink.
- As an oil: it is mainly used to treat skin problems (external smear).
Precautions - Contraindications:
It is generally considered safe when consumed with other food supplements or foods. However, there is insufficient data to use it during pregnancy or breastfeeding, and therefore it should be avoided.
This information is not medical advice or a substitute for advice from another health care professional. They are provided for informational reasons only. Do not stop any other medical care recommendations without first consulting your doctor.
Net weight: 50 gr