"Sea Buckthorn has attracted international attention. It is said to have "Momentous economic potential" and is predicted by some as 'the next major health food fad.' " – Government of China
"All of the components combined in Sea Buckthorn; usually one would have to mix many plants to achieve the benefits that this powerful plant offers singularly." - W.R Schroeder, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
“Many scientific studies and clinical trials point to the evidence that Sea Buckthorn is the "King" of all berries, and soon the world will bow to its healing and nutritious offerings.” - Sherry Baker, Health Sciences Editor
Seaberries are the unfamiliar “superfruit”. Little has been written and not much is heard about this berry outside Northern Europe, Russia, and Asia. According to legend, the ancient Greeks used Sea Buckthorn for race horses. It's botanical name "Hippophae" –The Latin term Hippo (means horse) and Phaos (means shine), thus its name translates to “horse shine”. This name was extracted from its profound effects and health benefits on horses. According to the ancient Mongolian literatures, it was noted that horse riders in ancient times set free their horses with serious disease into the shrubberies of highlands. Some days later, horses living on shrub fruits and leaves became strong and shinning, so the local people called it "The Holy Fruit". Today we know Sea Buckthorn as a revolutionary, deciduous shrub with nutritious orange berries that have earned the nickname “King of super fruits. Its wondrous characteristics and properties venture beyond being the world’s premier nutritious fruit. More impressively is its positive environmental impact, as an agent for land reclamation, its ability to prevent soil erosion due to extensive root systems and its nitrogen fixation capacity.