Vitamin Bomb! Sea Buckthorn Berries

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Amazing immunostimulent, rich in antioxidants and vitamin C. Sea buckthorn berries with honey are the perfect cure for sore throat.

You may not have heard anything about this miracle plant but you will find out now everything you need to know about it. It is a shame that sea buckthorn berries are not as famous as goji berries because basically, they are the same. Sea buckthorn berries are extremely rich in antioxidants and vitamins, especially vitamin C and vitamin A.

The amazing thing about this plant is that not only the berries are good for your health, you can also use its buds or its bark which have anti-inflammatory properties and also help in lowering the cholesterol level. Even more, sea buckthorn berries help you lose weight by inhibiting your appetite and in the same time fueling your body with vitamins.

Sea Buckthorn Berries

I use sea buckthorn oil as a night cream. I combined it with some almonds oil and it is doing miracles to my skin.

There are two ways I like to eat sea-buckthorn berries. I like to juice them and combine them with honey. My advice, if you have over 500g of sea buckthorn berries, is to juice some of them and drink right away, add the rest in a few jars with honey, and freeze the remaining to juice later.

Don’t forget to add some honey or any other healthy sweetener in the juice. These berries are really sour!

Sea Buckthorn Berries Juice Vitamin Bomb

Sea Buckthorn berries with honey are truly amazing when it comes to curing sore throat and flu. Really! It does miracles. It is also recommended to eat 1-2 tsp daily, each morning on empty stomach. It acts as a great immunostimulent.

So search for sea buckthorn berries at your local farmers’ market. They can be found only in this time of the year.

Have you ever heard of sea buckthorn berries? Did you use them in any way? Looking forward to your comments.

 The Great Benefits of Sea Buckthorn Berries


Vitamin Bomb! Sea Buckthorn Berries was last modified: June 24th, 2015 by Ruxandra
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35 Comments on “Vitamin Bomb! Sea Buckthorn Berries”

  1. Ruxandra

    Sure, I sometimes freeze their juice in an ice cube tray and add it in hot teas or lemonades. You can also make syrup. :)

  2. Eva

    Hi i just picked alot of buckthorn berries , how does one go about freezing juice and how long could it be good for. I will try the honey recipe and the ginger sounds great
    kind regards

  3. Ruxandra

    Hi Dawn! Yes, seabuckthorn leaves are great for tea. You can also dehydrate the berries and make tea with them. It’s delicious! :) I never used them in desserts so I cannot recommend you anything. But you can give it a try. Taste and test. Hope it will turn out great! :)

  4. Dawn

    I have almost a forest of these trees near me at the seaside and have also bought two for my garden – the grey leaves are so beautiful against the orange berries and apparently make a good tea? We visited the Viking Ship Museum in Denmark and they are served in the cafe there as apparently they were well loved by the Vikings.
    However, I want to make a curd or compote to fill some layers in my daughter’s wedding cake. I have several full branches in the freezer. All the bought versions are much too sweet, the manufacturers overcompensate by adding far too much sugar for the delicious punchy tartness. Any suggestions as to ratios to get a nice punchy flavour please Gourmandelle?

  5. Ruxandra

    Yes, I usually mix the berries with honey because they are so tart! The ratio depends on each person’s preferences. I prefer it with less honey and more berries. I wouldn’t add any water though, only if they are consumed quickly and/or kept in the fridge. If you store them in honey, you can keep them for even a year in the pantry! You can also juice them :)

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