Hippophaes contains more than 190 phytonutrients, ie substances that reduce the risk of heart disease, diabetes and certain types of cancer.
Although in modern Greece hippophaes is used in the last two years, in antiquity its use was widespread. His name derives from the troops of Alexander the Great, who noticed that the sick and injured horses that ate the leaves and the fruits of the plant, recovered faster, gained more power, while their hair were stronger and greener. They called it hippophaes, which in Greek means bright, shining horse.
- It strengthens our immune system.
- It protects our nervous system and helps reduce stress.
- It regulates our metabolism.
- It contributes to the treatment of liver diseases and gastrointestinal problems.
- It provides protection from cardiovascular problems.
- It reduces bad cholesterol and blood sugar.
- It protects the vasculature and enhances blood circulation.
- It relieves symptoms of menopause and menstrual pain.
- It protects the reproductive system for both men and women.
- It repairs the tissues and cells after long exposure to radiation.
- It has preventive effect against eye diseases such as cataracts and macular degeneration.
- It detoxifies our body.
- It oxygenates and renews cells.
- It helps eliminate the signs of premature aging.
- It contributes to the improvement of skin problems such as acne, the pigmentation, eczema, burns, psoriasis.
- It offers an overall wellness and energy in the human body.
- Finally, it provides quick recovery and wound healing.