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Sea buckthorn oil

Bulk Sea Buckthorn Fruit Oil Manufacturer from China

SeaBuckthorn Oil Properties

Product Name Sea Buckthorn Fruit Oil
Other Name Hippophae, sandthorn, sallowthorn, seaberry, Sea-Buckthorn
Latin Name Hippophae rhamnoides L.
Appearance brown-red liquid
Active ingredient Vitamin E, carotenoid, Omega 7(Palmitoleic acid), Omega 3(Linolenic acid), Omega 6(Linoleic)
Specifications (per 100g) Vitamin E ≥ 100mg,
Total carotenoid ≥150mg,
Omega 7 Palmitoleic acid > 28%
Origin Inner Mongolia, China
Part Used Sea buckthorn berry

Seabuckthorn Fruit Oil Introduction

Sea buckthorn fruit oil

Sea buckthorn berry oil is a transparent brown-red oil which is extracted from natural sea buckthorn fruit through high-speed centrifugal separation, cold press, and other processes.

Seabuckthorn is an excellent and one of the most recommended ways to get rich sources of Omega 7 with some of the highest levels. This ancient Chinese medical plant is a sustainable, vegan, and healthy way to receive this beneficial fatty acid, containing almost 20% Omega 7. If you have interest in the detail of the oil, Please click the following COA Link to see the  COA .

Constituents of sea buckthorn oils

As mentioned above, sea buckthorn oil is a compelling way to receive high amounts of Omega 7. This oil, also known as Sea Berry or Hippophae, is a shrub from the Elaeagnaceae tree. Not only does it have high amounts of Omega 7, but in general contains high levels of unsaturated fatty acids. These fatty acids have various nutraceutical properties. LuckHerb extract contains about >83% of unsaturated fatty acids overall, with 20% of the powerful Omega 7.

Other Unsaturated fatty acids

Unsaturated fatty acids, as mentioned earlier, are a crucial part of our health. They provide extra support for breaking down fats, increasing metabolism, and decreasing inflammation. With more advanced technology and research over recent years, their importance has been widely recognized by the health and medical community.

Linolenic Acid (Omega 3)

Similar to omega 6, this is another fatty acid belonging to the omega 3 group. Omega 3 is powerful in decreasing the release of certain hormones in our body responsible for tension, inflammation, and pain.

Linoleic Acid (Omega 6)

A vital acid found in many plants. This polyunsaturated fatty acid formula is C18H32O2, which is double-bonded. Omega 6 is excellent for the body and is actually one of two essential fatty acids. It can be found in many common foods in the Western diet, including nuts and corn products. It is colorless, odorless, and insoluble in water. This acid was first isolated from linseed oil. Research has shown that low amounts of Linoleic acid have shown slow and poor wound healing and increased hair loss. Linoleic acid, paired with oleic acid, is used throughout the cosmetic industry for its inflammatory-fighting properties.

Oleic Acid (Omega 9)

Oleic acid is another natural monounsaturated fatty acid. Omega 9 is often used for its strong antibacterial properties in the cosmetic industry, which helps decrease inflammation and fight redness. It is important to note that this acid on its own can potentially disrupt the skin. This monounsaturated acid has one double bond. It can also be found naturally in other sources, including peanut butter, coconut oil, and other nuts.

What is Omega 7?

Omega 7 is an overlooked class of unsaturated fatty acids with many health benefits. This powerful acid can be found in various foods and nutrients we eat, although is not essential to the human body. Various fatty acids exist and are crucial for our health. Unsaturated fatty acids can be classified into four main types-Omega 3, 6,7, and 9. The western diet includes plenty of Omega 6 and 3, but much research argues not enough Omega 7. This omega was discovered by Harvard Medical School in 2008 and continues to grow as a recognizable nutrient in the health community. The two most common acids in the Omega 7 group are Palmitoleic and Vaccenic acid. Other names for Omega 7 common to packaging and nutrient labels include Omega-7, Palmitoleic acid, Sea Buckthorn Extract, and Hippophae Rhamnoides. Omega 7 can be found in various herbal supplements, foods, plants, and other compounds. 


Omega 7 is a chemical compound of CH3-(CH2)5-CH=CH-(CH2)n-CO2H. This is an unsaturated fatty acid compared to other omegas, mono or polyunsaturated. This acid is soluble in water using advanced technology, making it easier to implement into products for daily use, and may come in a beige powder or orange/brown oil form. 

Omega 3 VS The uniqueness of Omega 7

These are two common omegas increasing in popularity in the nutritional world for their health benefits. Omega 3 has been around longer and may be more popular, yet more research shows that Omega 7 may carry more health qualities. Although similar in some of the benefits they provide and both being fatty acids, they are still unique in their ways. Omega 7 is a monounsaturated fatty acid, while Omega 3 is polyunsaturated. Omega 3 fights inflammation by combining with already present anti-inflammatory molecules in the body to increase effectiveness. On the other hand, Omega 7 has an entirely different mechanism of action.  

How does Omega 7 work?

Unlike the other omegas described, Omega 7 has a unique mechanical action for fighting inflammation in the body. Rather than combining with already present molecules, it acts as a “signal.” This alerts the coordination between muscle tissue and fat. Studies from Harvard Medical show that Omega 7 can work as Lipokine (a lipid hormone) to help stimulate insulin and promote glucose metabolism.  

Sea buckthorn berry oil extraction method

Our Sea buckthorn berry oil is extracted from sea buckthorn pulp, with a set of unique processing technology developed by Luck Herb Co., Ltd researching many years. First, the sea buckthorn crude oil was produced from sea buckthorn fruit juice by centrifugal separation, which can make the proportion of different material separation by means of centrifugal force, because of different ingredients having different specific gravity and their sedimentation speed is different. Then the crude fruit oil processing by washing, dehydration, destaining come to sea buckthorn berry oil.

Benefits of Sea Buckthorn berry Oil

Sea buckthorn berry oil has a number of health benefits because it’s rich in fatty acids, carotenoids, vitamins, For Instance, it is too good for skincare owing to the oil fatty acids, especially unsaturated fatty acids including Omega 7 (Palmitoleic acid) and Omega 3. In addition, it helps to improve human immunity for oil vitamins, like vitamin E, vitamin C.

Weight Loss 

Omega 7 has blown up in the weight loss industry for its ability to suppress appetite, helping and regulating weight management. Some studies have shown omega 7 to send signals that open up the fat tissues allowing more fat to be processed and burned into muscle. This then promotes weight loss. 



Many people may be surprised that omega-7 can be a great benefit for women with menopause. Palmitoleic acid is excellent for vaginal dryness, a common complaint during menopause. As well as problems with acne and bloating, omega-7 can also help decrease its anti-inflammatory properties. 


Fighting chronic inflammation

As mentioned above, omega 7 contains high antioxidants and fatty acids, which help to fight inflammation and stress in the body by producing inflammatory fighting cytokines. Chronic inflammation can lead to various mental and physical health problems and even chronic illness. As the body fights inflammation, many people find joint pain relief and digestive issues eased with omega-7. 


Maintaining Normal Blood Pressure

There is now numerous research showing that omega 7 is excellent for the heart and general cardiovascular health. Cardiologists often recommend fish, nut, and light dairy-based diets for heart disease patients. Studies show omega 7 lowers LDL, increases HDL, and reduces blood sugar and triglyceride levels by releasing various chemicals that shut down inflammatory and metabolic responses leading to heart disease. 

Sea buckthorn fruit oil and Uses

Seabuckthorn fruit oil is widely applied in medical, health, and cosmetics fields. Sea buckthorn fruit oil Softgel can be taken orally. If taken orally, it can be taken 2-3 times a day with one oil capsule. Of course, the number of times a day can be changed according to individual conditions. Sea buckthorn oil can also be applied directly to the skin, it helps to promote wound healing.
As a professional seabuckthorn oil supplier, Luck Herb supplies 100% pure organic seabuckthorn fruit oil(or Softgel), seabuckthorn seed oil, sea buckthorn puree wholesale in bulk. Here at Luck Herb, we work only with the best to always have stock available for buyers. If you have any questions or interest in the oil, please contact us by email or inquiry form.

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