4 Apr 2020
Anti-influenza activity of Seabuckthorn leaf. Polyphenol rich seabuckthorn may have some effects against common cold and influenza viruses. A study from South Korea [...]Read more Seabuckthorn leaf anti-influenza activity
30 Oct 2019
Seabuckthorn helps dry eyes Consumption of seabuckthorn helps to reduce dryness and ease symptoms of redness and burning of eyes Clinical studies have shown [...]Read more Seabuckthorn oil may ease dry eye symptoms
20 Mar 2018
What happens in your digestive system when you eat Seabuckthorn? How Solberry seabuckthorn polyphenols are digested Seabuckthorn polyphenols are bio-available and [...]Read more What happens in your digestive system when you eat Seabuckthorn?
24 May 2017
Sleep deprivation makes us appear unattractive and sad looking? Is there really such a thing as beauty sleep? There is an old Russian proverb, ‘Morning Is [...]Read more Sleep Deprivation Makes Us Appear Unattractive?
14 May 2017
Health Benefits of Polyphenols in Seabuckthorn Leaves Research confirms protective effect of polyphenols in seabuckthorn leaf. Seabuckthorn leaf contains [...]Read more Seabuckthorn Leaf Benefits – Protective Effect of Polyphenols
5 May 2017
Why Tart Cherries are good for you Canadian grown Tart Cherries are loaded antioxidants, vitamins and minerals. Tart cherries are high in anti-inflammatory benefits [...]Read more The Power of Red – Tart Cherry Anti-Inflammatory Benefits
20 Apr 2017
Is this a good time to make probiotic beverage? Seabuckthorn increases probiotic count and antioxidant activities if added to food.Read more Seabuckthorn as a novel prebiotic source improves probiotic viability