Omega-7 Sea Buckthorn Oil capsules by Sibu contain the blend of sea buckthorn seed and berry oil rich in the rare Omega 7 essential fatty acid which helps alleviate dry skin conditions including vaginal dryness & dry eyes. Omega 7 benefits include healthy hair, skin and nails from the inside out.
Sea Buckthorn Oil capsules are especially rich in the monosaturated omega 7 fatty acid, palmitoleic acid, which may help support dry eyes, intimate or vaginal dryness, dry mouth and skin dryness on face and body. Sea Buckthorn Oil capsules contain over 150 nutrients together with the full spectrum of essential fatty acids including Omega 3,6 and 9 essential fats.
Sibu Omega-7 supplement contains no dairy, wheat, gluten, sodium, yeast or preservatives.
Omega 7 benefits include:
- Omega 7 capsules help maintain normal structure and function of the skin & mucuous membranes, such as in the eyes, nose, mouth & female reproductive tract
- Super-dose of Omega 7 fatty acids
- Organic Sea buckthorn oil capsules
- Repairs and rejuvenates damaged cells promoting collagen production
- Powerful free radical scavenger
- Omega 7 for skin soothes and repairs linings of the digestive and uro-genital tracts helping concerns including vaginal dryness often experienced during menopause
- Omega 7 is recommended for dry eyes following several studies
- Increases vitality
- 100% Natural
- Vegan and Kosher
All essential fatty acid supplements require a spectrum of nutrients to convert into active components and hence it would be prudent to use a good multinutrient with these supplements. True beauty begins on the inside.
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Directions: As a food supplement, take two Sibu Omega-7 Sea Buckthorn Oil softgels daily, or as directed by your healthcare professional.
If you are pregnant or nursing, seek advice of your professional. NOTE: Some variation in color is natural, normal and a result of minimal processing of our sea buckthorn pulp oil & seed oil during extraction. This ensures maximum levels bioactive compounds remain. Cold or frozen soft-gels will become opaque but will return to normal at room temperatures.
Sea Buckthorn Fruit Oil, Sea Buckthorn Seed Oil. Other Ingredients: Non-GMO Starch, Glycerin, Carrageenan, Sorbitol, Water.
|Amount per 2 softgels||%DV *|
|Organic Sea Buckthorn Oil Blend:||1000mg||**|
|Organic Sea Buckthorn Fruit Oil [Supercritical extract- 30-36% Palmitoleic Acid (Omega 7); 4-9% Cis-vaccenic Acid; 4-9% Polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA's)]||800mg||**|
|Organic Sea Buckthorn Seed Oil [(SC-CO2 extract), 31-35% Omega 3]||200mg||**|
*Daily Value. ** Daily Value not established.
What is Omega 7?
Omega 7 is a class of unsaturated fats that has amazing healing properties. Omega 7 oils can help prevent you from gaining weight, as well as clear up acne, regulate metabolism, and make blood pressure stable. An excellent source of Omega 7 is sea buckthorn, which is a non-cruel and vegan way to get this helpful oil in your diet.
Is Omega 7 in sea buckthorn the same as Omega 7 in fish oil?
Omega-7, which is purified from fish oil, is refined through a lengthy process that ends up stripping the nutrient of some of its most valuable qualities. It also has toxins from the sea that are highly concentrated. If you want all the health benefits of Omega 7 oil without the yucky stuff, look to the Omega 7 supplements extracted from sea buckthorn.
Sea buckthorn undergoes minimal processing to extract the Omega 7, and because it's already in a stable, clean state to begin with, it takes less processing to extract the goodness. Another positive aspect of Omega 7 taken from sea buckthorn is that it is completely vegan and cruelty-free.
What is T7?
Turkestanica Sea Berry is an Omega-7 powerhouse unmatched in its nutrient profile. Packed with over 190 bioactive compounds, it thrives in the extreme alpine environment of the Himalayan Highlands to provide you with unmatched health and beauty benefits.
What foods contain Omega 7?
In addition to the Omega 7 that comes from sea buckthorn, there are other sources of Omega 7 that might already be a part of your diet. Omega-7 oils like macadamia oil, dandelion oil, avocado oil, and pomegranate oil can be healthy and tasty additions to your diet. Oily fish like tuna, salmon, sardines, anchovies, and herring are another way to add Omega 7 to your diet.
How much palmitic acid is in Omega-7 Softgels?
The total amount of palmitic acid in a dose of Omega-7 Support Softgels is slightly less than 1% of the daily maximum limit the WHO (World Health Organisation) recommends. One dose of the SIBU softgels contains about 40% Omega 7 (mostly palmitoleic acid and a little cis-vaccenic acid). Palmitic acid is bad in large quantities (as in most American diets), but 1 dose of 1000mg of SIBU softgels contains less than 1% of the recommended daily maximum, so it’s negligible.
What's the daily recommended dose for the Omega-7 softgels?
The daily recommended dose for SIBU Omega 7 is two softgels per day. Be sure to check with your doctor about Omega 7’s possible effects on your body before you begin.
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