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There are two main types of sea buckthorn oil: the fruit oil and the seed oil. Both oils come from the Sea Buckthorn berry. The fruit oil is obtained from the fleshy pulp of the berry, while the seed oil is extracted from the berry's small dark seeds. They look different, taste and smell different, but the most significant difference between the two oils is in their fatty acid profiles. Fruit oil contains the EFA (Essential Fatty Acid) Omega 6 and, perhaps more significantly, the rare and highly sought-after Omega 7 fatty acid. The seed oil contains the EFAs Omegas 3 and 6 in a near-perfect 1:1 ratio, and is also a rich source of Omega 9.
Sea buckthorn berry oil is made from the bright orange pulp of sea buckthorn berries.
The oil is bright orange with a botanical flavor. Due to its high Omega 7 content, it’s great for fighting dryness throughout the body. Being high in Omega 7 also means it can support digestive health, cellular health, and mucous membranes in the body.
Those with chronic dryness conditions or digestive health problems love sea buckthorn berry oil for it's cell moisturizing properties. Sea buckthorn berry oil is most commonly used topically to nourish and repair bodily tissue.
It's perfect as a daily supplement for anyone hoping to boost their overall health and wellness. Along with Omega 7, sea buckthorn berry oil also provides omega 6 and omega 9. Fatty acids in sea buckthorn play large part in preventing the oxidation of the oil, making it much more shelf stable than many other oils.
Sea buckthorn seed oil is made from black seeds found inside of sea buckthorn berries.
The oil is high in natural Omega 3, this oil has a number of health and wellness applications.
Sea buckthorn seed oil can support immunity and healthy inflammation response. It can also support heart and liver health.
Sea buckthorn seed oil is great for anyone looking to support their overall health and wellness daily. It provides all essential fatty acids and has a near 1:1 ratio of Omega 3:6, which is considered ideal for the human body. It even includes superoxide dismutase, the strongest known antioxidant.
Sea buckthorn seed oil is most commonly taken internally, and it’s also effective for topical application.
Combining Sea Buckthorn Fruit Oil and Seed Oil in the proper ratio provides a healthy balance of the EFAs Omegas 3 and 6 and nonessential fatty acids Omegas 7 and 9 (in addition to the rest of the minerals, amino acids, vitamins, and other bioactive substances present in each oil!). And it’s easy to incorporate Sea Buckthorn oils into your daily routine, since both the Fruit Oil and the Seed Oil can be applied topically and taken internally. Apply a few drops to your skin to nourish and protect your complexion, or add a little to your favorite smoothie, herbal tea (preferably Mont Echo Sea Buckthorn Tea!), or salad dressing for daily internal support, and start reaping the benefits of these extraordinary oils!