Arterioles & Cardiac Rhythms
Sea Buckthorn is a very unique plant that can differentiate itself into the two different sexes. It grows along unstable acidic soil and helps to consolidate the terrain in which it grows, and it is highly adaptable to various extremes in weather. It is only after 3-6 years that this plant can flower and produce berries that are considered ?false fruits?. It has one deep principal root that produces multiple horizontal branches that can extend up to 10m in length. Because it roots itself in nutrient-less soil, it depends on the aid of the fungal kingdom to create a symbiotic relationship in which to draw on nutrients to support its growth. Historically the Greeks used this phytotherapy for improving the lustre of horses? hair hippophae (horse), phao (brilliant) and a vermifuge for veterinary health. The Tibetans used this remedy for encouraging the vitality, treating ailments of the skin, feminine ills, respiratory and stomach illnesses. This doctrine supports the affinity of Sea Buckthorn in balancing intestinal mucosal microorganisms to help boost the immunity by supporting multiple biochemical enzymatic exchanges in the gut during convalescence.
Sea Buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) 0.28 ml
Young Shoot Extract (1:20)
– 14 mg Dried Equivalent
Water, ethanol, glycerin
If you are pregnant or breast-feeding, do not use. Refer to product label for further details.
Take 10 drops once daily, or as recommended by your health care practitioner. Invert bottle and shake lightly allowing for drops to fall directly under the tongue or into 1/4 oz of water. To promote drop flow, invert bottle and shake before each use.