It’s good for your skin, girly parts, heart, liver, guts and immunity. It was recently blessed by the great Dr. Oz as a fat-fighting supplement. It’s called Sea Buckthorn Oil, and until I got pitched to cover it for this blog, I have no idea what the heck it was. Sea Buckthorn is a plant that grows in the Himalayas and some parts of Russia. When cold-pressed, the oil is used for medicinal purposes because it contains Omega 3,6, and 9, and is listed as an Omega 7 (palmitoleic acid, whatever that is). Sea buckthorn also has Vitamin A and E, and is high in antioxidants.
Dr. Oz recently endorsed the oil because the key ingredient–palmitoleic acid–somehow tells the body to stop storing fat. He calls it “the miracle berry.”
Okay so I’m sold. What’s one more pill when you’re already taking 13? Seabuck Wonders, the items you see displayed on this post offers the recommended 500 mg both in soft gel form and liquid. I often interchange the pills for the liquid by putting it into a smoothie.