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Ancient Health & Beauty Secret Sea Buckthorn Revealed by Dr. Oz, Available to Americans Everywhere!

(EMAILWIRE.COM, March 19, 2012 )
Los Angeles, Ca -- Every day millions across the country are bombarded by messages selling the new big thing in health and beauty. Each month is seems like a new miracle product has come from the health and beauty companies, fresh from the lab with the power to cure all that ails society and make them look twenty years younger as part of the bargain.

What’s fascinating, however, is that if any of these products were as successfully as the claims made by their makers, why do we find a need to continually keep looking for the next health and beauty wonder treatment? Additionally, how do some cultures seem to avoid many of the health and aging complains that plague Americans without spending big on cutting-edge health and beauty products?

Well now we night just have an answer. A secret well-kept by the European and Asian continents for over a thousand years has been revealed by popular physician Dr. Oz. The name of this secret? Sea buckthorn.

Sea buckthorn and the sea buckthorn oil which is derived from it has an impressive pedigree, having been used by such varied sources as Russian cosmonauts and Chinese burn clinics. Proven to be an extremely potent source of the powerful yet rare Omega 7 fatty acid, sea buckthorn oil has been demonstrated to improve proper cellular function within the body and assist in the production of collagen, making it extremely effective for those seeking beautiful hair, skin and nails.

A new website, SeaBuckthornOil.net has been launched as the premier sea buckthorn resource on the web, and Americans everywhere are finding themselves impressed by the expert advice delivered daily by the Sea Buckthorn Oil team. A secret unknown to American’s for so long, many can only sit back and thank one of the nation’s most prominent physicians for making this wonder of nature known to so many. “Thanks to Dr. Oz and other mainstream media outlets, it’s only getting attention here now, but has been quietly and effectively operating for much longer than you probably expect.,” the team at Sea Buckthorn Oil agree. “Chinese and Russian medicine in particular have capitalized on this berry. Even the ancient Greeks used this berry for cosmetic reasons.”

Thousands of people across the country are now realizing the benefits of using a tried and tested natural product over the latest offering from the large laboratories of the big health and beauty companies. Additionally, new advice shows that sea buckthorn juice as an adjunct to the popular oil products may in fact aid substantially in weight loss. As the evidence comes in, it seems that there is little this amazing berry and its derivatives can’t do.

About Sea Buckthorn Oil:

SeaBuckthornOil.net is America’s leading online source for information on the miraculous health benefits of the sea buckthorn and its derivatives, sea buckthorn oil and sea buckthorn juice. Introduced to the nation by the respected physician Dr. Oz, sea buckthorn products are demonstrating amazing success in a huge variety of health and beauty applications. For more information, visit http://www.seabuckthornoil.net

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SeaBuckthornOil.net
Jack Almeida
(949) 436 1290
contact@seabuckthornoil.net

Source: EmailWire.com


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