Sea Buckthorn is an herb garnering a lot of attention for its nutrient dense status.
|Botanical Name||Hippophae L.|
|Ingredients||Sea Buck Thorne Leaves|
Sea Buckthorn is a small deciduous tree or shrub that grows into a thicket. It can reach a height of 20 feet. The leaves are dark green and shiny, and the plant produces black berries about the size and shape of a pea. Native to China and other parts of Asia as well as across Europe, buckthorn has been used for many centuries as an herbal medicine.
Buckthorn has also been used to make veneer, wooden nails and shoe lasts. The charcoal from the buckthorn tree has been added to gunpowder. Bark will produce a yellow dye, while unripe berries make a green dye.
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