Wild Collected Sea Buckthorn
- Tiny dried dark orange berries.
- High in vitamins A, Beta-carotene, C, E and essential fatty acids.
- Eat raw in salads and smoothies.
- Can also be made into skin products.
- Free from any additives.
The sea buckthorn berry contains some of the highest amounts of vitamin C found in fruit. These dry berries have a strong, citrus-like aroma, and when squeezed or ground, they release their oils. The oils contain plant sterols and the antioxidant vitamin E. The concentrated levels of vitamins, antioxidants and fats found in sea buckthorn make it a revered superfood in the health industry. It is considered to benefit heart health, cholesterol levels and is also good for the skin. It can even be applied direct to the skin as a natural topical oil.
Their flavour is quite bitter and lemony. The best way to eat these is to dilute their intensity by adding them to refreshing, juicy salad leaves or other sweet foods like banana, strawberry or yoghurt.
Sea Buckthorn Berries (Organically grown on the Pamir mountain side near the ancient Silk Roads or Uzbekistan).
This pack comes with in a handy re-sealable pouch. Kept cool, sea buckthorn can be stored for a few months, though it's best to consume sooner rather than later.
|Typical Values||Per 100g||Per Portion (25g)|
|Energy||414 calories||103 calories|
|_of which sugars||1.9g||0.5g|
|_of which saturates||1.8g||0.5g|
|Vitamin A||1246 µg||312µg|