Genghis Khan and his Mongol horsemen made history when they swept across Eurasia in the 13th century. They out-thought, out-fought and out-rode all comers. They used their horses. Hard.
campaign the Devil Horsemen had to abandon their spent war horses.
They left them to die in a high-steppe forest. Weeks later, they
rode through the area again expecting to see only the remains of
their former mounts.
As they passed through, the abandoned horses, recognized their riders and charged from their cover rearing, kicking and screaming. The horses that had been left to die had not, in fact, they were very much alive. They fell in beside the Mongols for the journey home and the next battle.
turns out, the Mongols had left their horses in a Sea
Buckthorn forest. A legend was born. From that time on,
Sea Buckthorn was revered as “holy fruit” and made a staple of
horse and human diets.
Sea Buckthorn (hippophae
rhamnoides) has been
rediscovered as a powerful new super food for humans and animals.
In two millennia, there have been no known cases of
toxicity, adverse reactions or drug
In clinical tests as far back as the 1950s, Sea Buckthorn was found to have potent rejuvenation and repair properties, in particular:
Modern research continues to show that Sea Buckthorn:
Within a month of introducing SeaBuck to the regular ration, you will begin to see external indicators of its nutritive activity:
Other signs of renewal and repair taking place at the cellular level will be higher immunity, stronger cardiovascular system, improved elasticity and strength of soft tissue, better oxygenation, more efficient digestion and metabolic uptake.