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sea-buckthorn oil (Hippophae) - Nonna Fidora

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IPPOPHAES

It is one of the oldest plants on Earth. Its presence dates back long before the Ice Age. It is found in coastal areas, but also in half desserts or mountain areas. It is bushy and can grow almost everywhere. It owns its name to the armies of Alexander the Great. They noticed that the sick and injured horses that ate leaves and fruit of the plant recovered faster, acquired power, while their fur grew stronger and became brighter. (GR: IPPOS: HORSE, GR: FAOS: LIGHT, SPARKLE). Theophrastus pupil of Aristotle and the father of pharmacology Pedanios Dioscorides refer to Ippophaes. It contains 190 valuable antioxidants, of which 106, the most effective ones, have been found in the oil of its fruit.

OIL OF IPPOPHAES - FIDORA

The oil contains the most important 106 bioactive components from the 190 present in the plant. It is produced from the flesh of the berries and crush of their seeds, with the method of flooding, without the use of chemicals or other additives. In flooding, sunflower oil is used as a solvent medium.
It is the richest source of vitamin A (beta carotene) and omega-3, 6, 7, 9-fatty acids. It contains six different fat soluble vitamins, 22 fatty acids, 42 kinds of lipids and 36 kinds of flavonoids. The oil of Ippophaes is the most important herbal dietary supplement containing substances of biological effect which are required by the human body.

The level of vitamin C is approximately 1000% higher than that of oranges. It contains beta-sitosterol which is 3000% more powerful in breaking down fats than is choline.

The content of vitamin E (d-alpha-tocopherol) is 200% higher than in the oil of wheat, 900% higher than in corn oil and 3500% higher than in soya oil .To d-alpha-tocopherol is the most powerful form of vitamin E . More than 90% of total fatty acids are unsaturated fatty acids. The Ippophaes oil contains (17-20%) Omega-3, (28-30%) Omega-6, (36-40%) Omega-7 and contains also Omega-9.

It has excellent concentration of potassium and contains no heavy metals. It contains iron, chlorophyll, lycopene, zeaxanthin, astaxanthin, beta-carotene, selenium, and chromium, all of the vitamin B complex, more than 15 super antioxidants and many other ingredients.

The oil of Ippophaes contains all the minerals and trace elements. It is the best common source known to man for vitamin E, vitamin C, beta-carotene, unsaturated fatty acids, flavonoids, which makes it the richest source of the world.

Vitamins The body is able to produce some vitamins alone, but not minerals. In the absence of minerals, vitamins are worthless. The oil blended by nature for the best performance of the vitamins and minerals among them, offers the best possible results in the human body.

Vitamins are essential for growth, vitality and health. They ensure the proper functioning of metabolism. They govern the evaluation of carbohydrates, proteins, minerals and increase the strength of the body to diseases and stress.

The Ippophaes Oil is rich in vitamins.

Content of natural active ingredients

Vitamin A, B1, B2, C, E and other tocopherols, phytosterols and flavonoids, rare unsaturated fatty acids and methyl unsaturated fatty acids called Omega -3, -6, -7, -9.


Table of vitamins contained in the Ippophaes oil.

Common Name

Synonym

Chemical Name

Vitamin A

Axerophtol, Retinol

Retinol

Vitamin B9

Vitamin M  η  Viotamin Bc

Folic Acid

Vitamin C

 

Ascorbic Acid

Vitamin E

 

Tocopherol

Fat-soluble vitamins

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Retinol

Vitamin Α

0,8-1mg

Improves eyesight and cell growth. Refreshes the skin.

Liver, milk fat, fish, Ip. Oil and as Provitamin in many plants

Tocopherol

Vitamin Ε

10-15mg

Renews cells and has anti-flamatory  action, strengthens the immune system, acts like a root radical scavenger

Vegetable oils, broad leaved vegetables, Ip.oil

Water soluble vitamins

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Ascorbic acid

Vitamin C

100mg

Protects against infections, acts as  a root radical scavenger, strengthens the connective tissue

Lemons, Ip. Oil, oranges, etc.

Riboflavin

Vitamin Β2

1,8-2mg

It rates fats, proteins and carbohydrates. Good for skin and nails

Pork, green vegetables and Ip. oil

Folic acid

Vitamin Β9

0,16-0,4mg

It prevents from fetus deformities. Good for the skin

Liver, wheat and Ip. oil Cucumbers

Zeaxanthin

Zeaxanthin is an important component of the Ip. oil. It is a yellow substance that is extremely useful to the body. It is one of the most powerful antioxidants. The zeaxanthin, lycopene, A and B-carotene, cryptoxanthin, taraxanthin and phytofluin are responsible for the red - yellow-orange color of the Ip. Oil. Zeaxanthin can in the long run confront cataract and the macula retinae, as the only solution since there is nothing else. The zeaxanthin as a carotenoid enables the eye to filter harmful short-wavelength light and reduces other harmful effects to the retina. People who eat food containing zeaxanthin are 35% less likely to develop macular degeneration. The degeneration is irreversible and progressively worsens, depriving patients of central vision.

According to data published in the journal “Archives of Ophthalmology”, the senile macular degeneration affects men and women, usually after the age of 65 and usually worsens with time, depriving the patient of central vision. Many people may be vulnerable due to genetic factors, while smoking is known to increase risk.

It also seems to protect the eyes, allowing them to filter harmful short-wavelength light and inhibit further damage to the macula (the central part of retina).

Ip. Oil is considered an excellent source of zeaxanthin.

Linolenic acid (Omega 3)

The Ippophaes oil is surprisingly rich in linolenic acid. The human body converts this rare fatty acid, which can only be found in breast milk or primrose oil in prostaglandins. The prostaglandins are substances, which are among the hormones and perform a wide range of functions in the body (such as regulating blood pressure). Linolenic acid has proven effective in the treatment of premenstrual syndrome. In addition, it prevents the concentration of cholesterol in the blood vessels.

Lycopene

Lycopene is an orange pigment, which is part of the carotenoids and is one of the most powerful antioxidants. It is the pigment which gives tomatoes their red color. An extensive study, which involved 48,000 men, showed that those who ate weekly 10 servings of food involving carotenoids reduced by 45% the chance of prostate cancer. Carotenoids are considered anti-cancer food.
The Ippophaes oil contains significant amounts of all these substances. This is one more fact that proves how balanced a diet that plant is.

Metals and minerals

The oil of Ippophaes contains:

- Calcium: stability of bone and teeth, coveys messages to nerves and muscles.
- Iodine: a component of adrenaline, the main hormone of the thyroid gland.
- Potassium: dehydration regulates blood pressure and heart function
- Magnesium: is involved in over 300 reactions in the body, such as energy etabolism, muscle contraction, etc.
- Sodium: water storage.
- Selenium: protection from free radicals
- Iron: transport of oxygen in the blood and energy production
- Phosphorus: behavior similar to calcium.
- Copper: behavior similar zinc.
- Chlorine: The most important escort of sodium and potassium, formation of hydrochloric acid in the stomach
- Chromium: metabolism of carbohydrates, increases the formation of glycogen and saves glycogen during exercise
- Zinc: strengthening the immune system, wound healing and protection against free radicals Beta-Sitosterol (Sitosterol)
The beta-Sitosterol is also a substance contained in Ip. oil. It has the ability to dissolve fats and is 30 times more potent than choline.

Flavonoids - FLAVONES (flavonoide)

hey were discovered in 1930 by Nobel prize winner, Albert von Szent - Gyorgyi Nagyrapolt. They are classified as vitamin P and their name comes from flavus = yellow. Most flavonoids are called polyglycosidia and belong to polyphenols. They are contained in many plant nutrients in and have antioxidant activity. Some of them act as enhancers of the vessels.

They protect the myocardium from ischemia.
They are beneficial to the circulatory system.
They improve blood circulation and heart function.
Help in treating stress and chronic heart failure.
Help prevent the creation of atherosclerotic plaque.

These phytochemical substances are related to the reduction of dementia, certain cancers and blood pressure. It benefits the diseases causally associated with free radicals, oxidation of fats, alcoholic or non-ratification of the liver, blindness, arthritis, atherosclerosis, autoimmune diseases, gangliopathies, dementia, diabetes, malaria, myocardial infarction, cataracts, nerve lipofouscinosis (V. BATTEN), Alzheimer, Parkinson, pulmonary emphysema, premature aging, multiple sclerosis.

The Omega-Fatty Acids

According to surveys, the lack of essential fatty acids from the diet is associated with insufficient functioning of the body such as immune, heart and neurological system.
Omega-n-fatty acids are unsaturated fatty acids. The n indicates the position of the first double bond in the carboxyl group compared to the omega-end.

There are the following types of omega-n-Fatty Acids
1. Omega -3 - Fatty acids
2. Omega -6 - Fatty Acids
3. Omega -7 - Fatty Acids
4. Omega -9 - Fatty Acids
Omega -3 - fatty acids: Linolenic acid C 18:3
Lipid Name: Methylolinolenikos ester (omega-3)
Omega -6 - Fatty Acids: Linoleic acid C 18:2
Lipid Name: Methylolinolenikos ester (omega-6)
Omega -7 - Fatty acids: C 16:1 acid Palmitoleiko
Lipid Name: Methylopalmitoleikos ester (y-7)
Omega -9 - Fatty Acids: Eleic acid C 18:1
Lipid Name: Methyloelaikos ester (omega-9)

Omega-3 fatty insert in enzymes that affect the inflammation, a possible factor leading to diabetes I. Diet rich in omega -3 fatty acids, helped to reduce the risk of diabetes in children having a family history, and which were more likely to develop the disease.

Omega -3 fatty acids slightly reduce blood pressure and further reduce the risk of thrombotic vascular events. They have also shown that they can help to significantly reduce anxiety and depression.

It is proven that omega -3 fatty acids (linoleic acid) have a beneficial effect on pain due to osteoarthritis, because of their contribution to reducing inflammation in the joints. There is evidence that omega -3 fatty acids contribute to increased levels of calcium in the bones and thus contribute to the prevention of bone density and lessen the risk of osteoporosis. Studies in people with bipolar depression and schizophrenia, showed a reduction of symptoms and dosage of psychotropic drugs after the use of omega -3 fatty acids. Even the effect of omega -3 on healing from burns (second degree), the reduction of photosensitivity to the UV rays and the treatment for psoriasis is now widely known.
Finally, another fatty acid worth mentioning is the oleic acid (omega -9), which together with the antioxidants - substances present in abundance in the Ip.oil of has a very beneficial effect on the cardiovascular system. There are indications that it reduces the risk of oxidation, especially of the rectum and colon, breast, prostate, pancreas and endometrium.

Sports

It is an Ideal dietary supplement for athletes and people who train or exercise hard.
It quickly replenishes minerals lost through sweating, thus stimulating the muscle and nervous system (Calcium, Potassium, Magnesium, Selenium, Iron, Phosphorus, Copper and Zinc).
It helps remove lactic acid, which accumulates in muscles during intense exercise. In addition its beneficial ingredients increase the strength of the constitution, while reducing the feeling of exhaustion or fatigue, which often arise from a severe strain, and it dramatically increases the performance of athletes.

Many Russian and Chinese athletes use only Ip. oil as a dietary supplement.
Botanical name: Hippophae hamnoides
Plant Family: Elaeagnaceae – Oil Bushes
Life: 2-3 years
Specifications:
Color: Red - Orange
Odor: Characteristic
Free Fatty Acids: 0.5%
Heavy metals: are not contained
Iodine Number: 86
Biocides: are not contained
Peroxide Number: <2.0
Special Gravity: 0.915
pH: 3.43
Carotenoids: 400-500 mg / 100 mg
Beta-Carotene: 254 IU/100 g
Vitamin D: 210-230 IU/100 g
Vitamin C: 123 mg / 100 g
Vitamin K1: 170-200 mg / 100 g
beta-Sitosterol (Provitamin D): 250-400 mg / 100 g
Iodine: 70-80 mcg / 100 g
Calcium: 5.4 mcg / 100 g
Iron: 1.7 mcg / 100 g
Magnesium: 1.6 mcg / 100 g
Phosphorus: 6.5 mcg / 100 g
Zinc: 1.5 mcg / 100 g
Fatty Acids:
Laura Acid 0.12%
Myristic Acid 1.51%
Palmitic acid 26.34%
Stearic acid 1.20%
Arachidic acid 0.53%
Behenic Acid 0.18%
Lignocerico Acid 0.16%
Palmitoleiko Acid 20.15%
Oleic Acid 34.99%
Gkatoleiko Acid 0.05%
Erekiko Acid 0.01%
Linoleic acid 17.50%
alpha-linoleic acid 2.03%
Other acids 2.94%
Lycopene 0.18%

The oil of Ippophaes, Fidora because of its dense structure offers some of the most valuable elements almost six times more than similar oils (see label).

It is applied internally and externally in the treatment of actinic lesions, skin and mucous membranes, vaginitis, endotrachilitidas, cervical erosion, stomach ulcer or duodenal peptic lesions and burns, acne, psoriasis. It is applied against the inflammation of the gums.

How to Use

Against vaginitis and endocervicitis, the walls of the vagina and uterus are spread with the oil contained in cotton. For treatment of cervical apply an abundance of oil soaked cotton pressed tightly to the point of erosion and changed daily. The treatment lasts 10 to 15 times and can be repeated after 4-6 weeks.
In gastric ulcer or duodenal or injuries of the digestive system take a large spoon 2-3 times daily for 1 month. Stop treatment for 1 month and repeat the treatment for another month.

To stimulate and enhance the body 1 teaspoon 2-3 times daily.

Used for inhalation against chronic inflammatory diseases of upper respiratory tract.

According to the vast literature on the oil of Ippophaes, it benefits the diseases causally associated with free radicals and oxidation of fat, vascular, alcoholic or non-ratification of the liver, blindness, arthritis, atherosclerosis, autoimmune disease, senile dementia, diabetes, malaria, myocardial infarction, cataracts, lipofuscinosis neurons (L. BATTEN), Alzheimer, Parkinson, pulmonary emphysema, premature aging, multiple sclerosis.

It is needed in every home pharmacy to spread on burns.

Oil of Ippofaes - Fidora - 100ml

Maintain:

Store in a dry and cool place. The temperature should not exceed 25oC.

Keep away from children.

Product notified the EOF 10 476 \ 12/02/2010

 

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