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Fruits of sea-buckthorn contain a lot of different biologically active ingredients – vitamins C and E and natural antioxidants such as carotinoids and phenols. Natural organic acids like malic acid, ascorbic acid, oxalic acid and succinic acid impede growth of microorganisms. Also natural pigments B2 and provitamin A increase a nutritional value of the product. Significant agents in stabilizing of consistence of the juice are natural pectins. Therefore it is not necessary to add any chemicals to prolong consumption time of the product.

We advise to keep the Sea-buckthorn Nectar in cooler or fridge to create optimal conditions for preserving of biologically active ingredients and to avoid development of microorganisms.

Vitamins:

Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) – natural antioxidant being important to activate immune system. It is vital for synthesis of conjunctive tissues and to enhance absorption of iron.

Provitamin A (beta carotene) – necessary for normal sight, skin and healthy mucuous membrane, and to stimulate growth. It has high importance in prophylaxis of malignant tumour along with vitamins of C, P and B groups.

Vitamin E (tocopherol) – an antioxidant soluble in fat. Important for normal pregnancy course. Prevents developing of atherosclerosis. Significant in precluding of ageing and preserving of juvenility.

Vitamin K1 (phylloquinone) – necessary for coagulation of blood and to maintain normal density and growth of bones.

Vitamins of the group B:

B1 (thiamine) – important for functioning of brain and nerves. Indispensable for woman during pregnancy and breastfeeding period.

B2 (riboflavin) – vital for healthy skin and renewal of body tissues.

B6 (pyridoxine) – necessary for synthesis of haemoglobin.

B8 (inositol) – needed for normal functioning of neural system.

B9 (folic acid) – along with vitamin B12 vital for formation of erythrocytes.

B12 (cyanocobalamin) – participates in formation of erythrocytes and neural fibres. Produced in small amount by gut microflora.

Vitamin like substances:

Vitamin P (bioflavonoid) – increases activity of a vitamin C. Significant for strengthening walls of blood-vessels.

Vitamin F (unsaturated fatty acid) – great importance in forming of normal immune reaction and conducting of normal inflammatory process. Anti-cancer effect especially typical for Omega-6. Omega-7 and Omega-9 increases sensitivity of cells towards insulin and prevents the formation of atherosclerosis and diabetes mellitus of second type.

Tannins (compounds of polyphenols with a drying, astringent taste) – characteristic with resolvent and antibacterial effect.

Organic acidsimportant as products of several compounds with medical, flavour enhancing and supplementing qualities. Participates in processes increasing unspecified immunity.

Succinic acid – reduces toxic impact of antibiotics and teratogenic substances. Reduces influence of hazardous X-radiation.    

Oleanolic acid – expands the heart and brain blood-vessels, tones up the body for active work.

Ursolic acid – protective effect versus inflammation and its various ramifications.

Coumarines – strong spasmolytic, resolvent, anti-oedematous effect.

Oxycoumarine – prevents forming of thrombus in blood-vessels.

Pectins – stimulates digestion and intestinal functions, facilitates detoxification of a body, binding heavy metals. They show anti-inflammatory and ulcer healing activities.

Mineral substances – normalize saline metabolism, influences zymotic and hormonal processes, they regulate functioning of neural system and muscles.

Kalium (potassium) – necessary for muscle contractions and to ensure function of the heart.

Calcium – stimulates action of the heart. Typical with anti-inflammatory and anti-allergic effect.

Magnesium – slackens blood-vessels of hearth. Important for functioning of nerves and muscles.

Ferrum (iron) – goes into the content of haemoglobin.

Manganese – activates several systems of enzymes. Significantly influences growth, hematogenic organs and sexual development.

Cuprum (copper) – participates in several biochemical processes as an activator and in forming of haemoglobin.

Zinc – important for growth and in healing of wounds; goes into the content of insulin.

Chromium (chrome) – takes part in a regulation of hematogenic processes.

Selenium – necessary for anti-cancer prophylaxis. Especially active as anti-oxidant in a combination with vitamins A, B6, C and E as well as zinc.


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