Sea Buckthorn leaves in sachets 10g of the Peloponnesian cooperative Pelland. The Sea Buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) is the most prevalent type.
Although in modern Greece the sea buckthorn is used in recent years, in ancient times its use was widespread. References present in texts of Theophrastus, a pupil of Aristotle, but mainly of Dioscorides, the father of Pharmacology. The name derives from the troops of Alexander the Great, who noticed that the sick and injured horses that ate the leaves and fruit of the plant recovering quickly, acquire more power, while the hair grew stronger and became more radiant.
Since the plant produced the fruit and leaves. Also from the processing of fruit resulting juice and oil Sallow.
The Sea Buckthorn has tremendous nutritional and nutritional value. The leaves of the plant has apodedeichthei laboratory that contained large amounts of calcium, magnesium, potassium, carotenoids, flavonoids, lycopene, polyphenols and vitamin E, generally destroy free radicals. Antioxidants and flavonoids can reduce cholesterol after studies have been performed. Even if lycopene added to our daily diet has apodedeichthei that reduces the chances of occurrence of prostate cancer, stomach and intestine. Also leaves Sallow have something else that is not on the wrist and this protein is 24%.
The leaves are consumed as a beverage. Place one tea bag in your cup. Pour boiling water. Leave for 2-3 minutes. Tip: preferably add honey.
Type: Buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides)
Prof. Weight: 10g (10 sachets of 1g)
Packaging: Tea bags