The sea buckthorn plantation was established in 2014 and covers an area of 1.60 ha. The orchard has about 3,800 shrubs of three patented varieties, listed in the Official Catalog. The fruits have an attractive commercial appearance and an exceptional content of precocity. The first harvest year was 2017 with the Clara and Mara variety, and in 2018 we will harvest the Cora variety.
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5 things you didn't know about sea buckthorn:
1) sea buckthorn contains 10 times more vitamin C than oranges;
2) is the third richest plant in the world in vitamin E;
3) sea buckthorn oil was used to treat wounds following the Chernobyl disaster;
4) sea buckthorn juice was the national drink used by China at the 2008 Beijing Olympics;
5) Russian cosmonauts use sea buckthorn oil to treat burns caused by radiation.
Sea buckthorn fruits contain the vitamin "youth" and relieve many diseases:
From a nutritional point of view, sea buckthorn is a food very rich in vitamins and microelements A, E, P, K, F, B vitamins (B1, B2, B6, B9) and other substances important for health. Another interesting aspect about sea buckthorn is that it contains higher amounts of beta-carotene compared to carrot pulp - sea buckthorn is "soaked" in beta-carotene. Vitamin E, also known as youth vitamin and found in many wrinkle creams is also present in sea buckthorn, helping to regenerate the body. Sea buckthorn oil is known for its regenerating and rejuvenating effects, but also for preventing and treating a wide range of diseases and conditions.
From fruits or leaves to prepare teas and oils, but also buds and sea buckthorn have an important role in preventing or ameliorating certain diseases. Sea buckthorn fruits associated with bee honey give birth to a true elixir of health; Due to the sour taste that is hard to bear in a long-term treatment, sea buckthorn fruits can be stored in honey and eaten as such. Fruit seeds are a real source of vitamins, and crushing the fruit between the teeth seems to be the best solution for consuming them.
Sea buckthorn with honey:
Add a part of honey to three parts of sea buckthorn. After washing and crushing the sea buckthorn fruits, add them in a jar until they are half full. Pour honey over them until the jar is completely full. Close the sealed jar, then store it in the refrigerator. After a week, start taking from this mixture with a particularly pleasant aroma a teaspoon or two every morning, on an empty stomach, for at least a month, this to increase your immunity and to have an iron health.
Sea buckthorn tea:
You will need: 12 sea buckthorn fruits, 1 teaspoon of sweetener of your choice, hot water.
Put the 12 sea buckthorn fruits, well washed beforehand, in a cup. Add the teaspoon of sweetener then use the teaspoon to break the sea buckthorn fruits. Cover the fruit with a cup of hot water, put a cup lid on and let the tea cool completely. In the end, you can strain the tea before consuming it, but it is recommended not to strain it to consume sea buckthorn fruits and their seeds so that you can enjoy their properties.
Sea Buckthorn Syrup
You need the following ingredients to prepare sea buckthorn syrup: 500 g of sea buckthorn, 200 g of sugar.
Simmer the sea buckthorn fruits in a saucepan, then strain them well. Mix the sea buckthorn juice with 200 grams of sugar and simmer the mixture for about 10 minutes, stirring occasionally to make sure the syrup does not stick to the pan. Then let the syrup cool and store it in the refrigerator.
Sea buckthorn tincture
You need the following ingredients to prepare sea buckthorn syrup: 80g dried leaves, 50ml food ethyl alcohol with a concentration of 70%.
Leave to soak for 15 days, during which time the container is hermetically sealed. During the 15 days the container is shaken repeatedly, after the mentioned time the filtration process follows. The resulting tincture is consumed 20 minutes before important meals of the day.
You can even prepare infusions by adding 2-3 teaspoons of ground leaves in 300 ml of boiled water, the result is to strengthen the immune system.
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