KOBASHI CO2 萃取100%沙棘籽油 CO2 Sea Buckthorn Seed Oil 100%

$108 $120

LATIN NAME: Hippophae rhamnoides
SOURCE: CO2 from the ripe berries seeds. (not from the pulp)
Seabuckthorne SEED oil is better than the pulp oil.
ORIGIN: China (Grown wild on the Sacred Wutai mountains)
COLOUR: clear yellow orange
AROMA: Rich, full and fruity.

QUALITIES: Seabuckthorn is a thorny bush flourishing where other plants perish. It produces berries which have long been recognised to be rich in valuable health promoting compounds, first records of their use dating back to 8th century China. Recently, scientific studies in both Asia and Europe have confirmed this ancient wisdom.

Our Seabuckthorn oils are produced from selected raw materials, carefully processed to retain high bioactivity, Oils are produced with modern Supercritical CO2 Extraction. This means extraction at low temperatures and without oxygen, minimising oxidative and thermal stress. Supercritical CO2 extraction yields extracts which are free of microbes or their spores. It is also totally solvent free.

Packed with good fatty acids and antioxidants, Seabuckthorn oil has been found to protect and strengthen, and increase the regeneration of tissues, e.g. skin and mucous membranes. Its use has accordingly spread, for example in Russia, China and India, seabuckthorn is mainly used for the production of medicinal oils, widely available in local pharmacies.

Seabuckthorn Seed oil is an excellent source of essential fatty acids, making up approximately 70% of its composition. It contains both Linoleic acid and Alpha-linolenic acid in a well-balanced 1:1 ratio. It also contains over 140mg natural tocopherols per 100g of oil. Phytosterols are also present at around 1%, consisting mainly of beta-sitosterol. Also present are minor amounts of tocotrienols, a fascinating new group of active phytocompounds.

Tested efficiency in skin regeneration Clinical proof of efficacy, In previous studies, it was hypothesised that seabuckthorn seed oil may have an effect on skin epidermis regeneratoin. This was also supported by the traditional use of seabuckthorn oils in the treatment of mild skin damage. A study was planned accordingly, including mainly in vivo models and executed with positive and negative controls. Positive control was in all cases a commonly used medicine known to have pharmacological effect. Significance of effects was ascertained with statistical evaluation. Results from these studies showed that seabuckthorn seed oil was very effective in promoting skin health by affecting three important factors: micro-circulation, cell regeneration and inflammatory reaction.

Seabuckthorn Seed Oil study conclusions: Improved micro-circulation: Seakbuckthorn seed oil increased micro-circulation by increasing both the number of capillaries and their volume. This helps skin cell proliferation, which takes place in cases of any sort of tissue damage. Also normal cell turnover is thus helped, resulting in skin structure maintenance.

Enhanced epidermal regeneration, Seabuckthorn seed oil increased the speed of regeneration of damaged epidermal cells in vivo. Regeneration has a key role in keeping skin smooth and young.

Anti-inflammatory Effect . A remarkable anti-inflammatory effect was shown for seabuckthorn seed oil in vivo, possibly contributing to a general recovery-enhancing effect.

Sea buckthorn information.
indepth analysis of Seabuckthorne

Items Official standard Testing criteria Results
Brownish-yellow to
beownish-red crystal liquid
SL493-2010 Complied
Odor and taste
Characteristic aroma of sea
buckthorn seed oil
SL493-2010 Complied
Refraction Index (20.) 1.4700~1.4800 SL493-2010 1.4761
Acid value(mgKOH/g) =15 SL493-2010 1.81
Iodine value(g/100g) 140~180 SL493-2010 144
Moisture and volatile matter(%) =0.2 SL493-2010 0.03
Peroxide value(g/100g) =0.25 SL493-2010 0.04
Vitamin E ( mg/100g ) =120 SL493-2010 171
Palmitic acid(%) 6.0-11.0 8.3
Palmitoleic acid(%) 0.3-2.0 0.6
Oleic acid(%) 15.0-25.0 23.2
Linoleic acid(%) 30.0-38.0 36.5
Linolenic acid(%) 23.0-31.0 28.4
Conclusion Qualified

Name: Sea Buckthorn Seed Oil
BOTANICAL NAME: Hippophae Rhamnoides L.
Appearance: Clear, brownish yellow liquid
Odor: Odorless, natural smell of kernel oil
Density (20Ž) 0.8900 0.9550
Dioptric index (20Ž) 1.4650 1.4800
Acid value (mgKOH/g) .8
Iodine value (g/100g) 130 200
Saponification valueimgKOH/gj 184 210
Unsaponifiable matter (%) 1.0 3.5
Peroxide value (meq/kg) .10
Moisture (%) <0.15
Myristic acid (c14:0) 0.1 0.4%
Palmitic acid (c16:0) 7.5 11.2 %
Stearic acid (c18:0) 1.0 2.5 %
Arachidic acid (c20:0) 0.2 0.5%
Palmitoleic acid (c16:1) >9.0%
Oleic acid (c18:1) 16.0 32.5%
Linoleic acid (c18:2ƒÖ6) 27.5 38.6%
Linolenic acid (c18:3ƒÖ3) 22.5 32.3%
PHYTOESTEROL .1100mg/100g
Vitamin E .70mg/100g
Vitamin A .2.0 mg/100g
Vitamin D .2.0 mg/100g
Vitamin K 110 230 mg/100g
Carotenoid .30mg/100g

Iron . 0.50 mg/100g
Zinc . 0.10 mg/100g
Calcium . 0.08 mg/100g
Magnesium . 0.27 mg/100g
Selenium . 10.0ƒÊg/100g
Iodine . 18.0ƒÊg/100g
Pb (mg/kg) . 0.5
As (mg/kg) . 0.1
Hg (mg/kg) 0.05
Total plate counticfu/gj . 100
Coliform (MPN/100g) .6
Pathogenic bacteria Negative

All oils should be kept out of eyes. Do not put on top eye lid as this may run into eyes. You should be able to use at 100% unless you are sensitive.

SHELF LIFE: Stored in a cool, dry and dark place. The durability is 2 years if not opened.

May Contains Nut Oil, as bottled near nut oils.

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