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Seabuckthorn is one of the most nutritionally dense shrubs on the planet. Every part of the plant contains bio-active compounds that support human health. Unfortunately as demand has increased for the extracts of Seabuckthorn, the potential for adulteration and poor quality has also risen. We have been engaged with the Seabuckthorn industry for over 20 […]

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Welcome to Seabuckthorn Q&A, where we answer questions posed to us through email, blog comments, or search engine searches. This month’s featured question is: Where to buy SBT Seabuckthorn Therapeutic Cleansing Bars in Toronto, Canada? First of all, I’d like to say that the vast majority of health food stores have access to our products […]

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Welcome to SBT Seabuckthorn Blog Q&A, where we answer questions you’ve asked about seabuckthorn! This month, a Google user asked the question, “What is the fatty acid profile of seabuckthorn?” A great question! Seabuckthorn Oils– Superfruit Nutrition Seabuckthorn’s nutrient rich berries cluster on thorny branches like brilliant orange jewels. Having their genesis in the unforgiving […]

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Welcome to SBT Seabuckthorn Blog Q&A, where we answer questions you’ve asked about seabuckthorn! An internet reader wondered about the particulars of growing seabuckthorn, and here’s the answer. Seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) is a deciduous tree-like shrub that grows to 2-4 metres in height, and has a productive maximum age of approximately 30 years. It […]

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