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Nutritional support for: Intimate dryness during the menopause,Dry eyes,Dry mouth,Healthy Skin & Healthy immune system and inflammatory response.
Sea Buckthorn oil is a nutritional support for mucous membranes and skin. It is a good source of omega 7.
What are Omega-7 fatty acids?
Omega-7 fatty acids are extracted from berries of the sea buckthorn plant.The oil extracted from sea buckthorn berries is a rich source of the essential polyunsaturated omega-7 fatty acids (PUFAs), palmitoleic acid and cis-vaccenic acid. Relatively few plant species are good sources of these essential PUFAs. In addition to the omega-7 PUFAs, sea buckthorn oil is a good source of the PUFAs alpha-linolenic acid (omega-3 type), linoleic acid (omega-6 type), and oleic acid (omega-9 type), as well as containing high levels of antioxidants (tocopherols, tocotrienols, carotenoids plant sterols and vitamin C).
What do omega-7 fatty acids do?
Mucous membranes line the surface of the digestive system, the respiratory tract, and the urino-genital tracts. The essential PUFAs and antioxidants present in sea buckthorn oil act synergistically in maintaining healthy mucous membranes throughout the body.
Two Sea Buckthorn capsules twice a day with food and drink during the first two months, one capsule twice a day thereafter.
Sea buckthorn oil (from seeds and soft parts, manufactured by supercritical CO2 extraction) 72%, capsule shell (modified maize starch E1440, glycerol E422, gelling agent: carrageenan E407, acidity regulator: disocium phosphate E339, colours: iron oxide E172, titanium dioxide E171).
Each capsule contains:
Energy 22.0kJ/5.3kcal, Protein 0mg, Carbohydrates 188mg, Fat 501mg (of which saturates 120mg, monounsaturates 205mg (of which palmitoleic acid 120mg, Cis-vaccenic acid 25mg, oleic acid 60mg), polyunsaturates 155mg (of which linoleic acid 90mg, alpha-linolenic acid 65mg)).
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