Antioxidants, flavonoids, carotenoids and amino acids
Even though sea buckthorn has a host of medicial properties, including removing free radicals that destroy cells, limited research is available related to consumption safety in pregnancy. It's best to avoid.
Sea buckthorn lowers the risk of heart disease and lowers blood pressure, and has cancer fighting prperties. However, there's not enough research to confirm how safe it is to consume during confinement.
It isn’t clear whether it’s safe for breastfeeding mothers to take sea buckthorn regularly, so it's best to avoid even though it has a range of medicinal properties.
Sea buckthorn is not suitable for babies or children of any age.