Sea buckthorn is also known as sand jujube and vinegar willow fruit. Seabuckthorn is a medicinal food that contains a variety of vitamins, trace elements, amino acids and other biologically active substances.
Seabuckthorn is produced in North China, Northwest China, Sichuan and Tibet, and is born in rivers, mountains and grasslands. The fruit of sea buckthorn is spherical or oblate, and some are several adhesions, and the diameter of a single is 5-8mm. The surface is orange-yellow or brown-red, shriveled, with a short pedicel or pedicel scar at the base. The pulp is oily and soft. The seeds are obliquely oval, brown and shiny on the surface, with a longitudinal groove in the middle, the seed coat is hard, and the seed kernel is milky white and oily. Gas slightly, sour, astringent.
Sea buckthorn is the only plant that can grow in the arsenic sandstone area, and it is also the plant with the highest ecological and environmental protection value in the western development. Seabuckthorn grows completely in a pollution-free environment, and is recognized as the king of vitamin C among the world's plant groups. It is not only widely used as medicine in the Chinese Pharmacopoeia and the World Pharmacopoeia, but also recognized by the Ministry of Health as a plant with homologous medicine and food. The roots, leaves, flowers, fruits and seeds of sea buckthorn can be used as medicine, especially the fruits contain many vitamins that cannot be synthesized by the human body and are indispensable for human physical and mental health.
Can pregnant women eat sea buckthorn?
Seabuckthorn is a precious economic forest tree species that contains the most natural vitamins in the world. Its vitamin C content is much higher than that of fresh jujube and kiwifruit, so it is known as a treasure house of natural vitamins. So nutritious, can pregnant women eat sea buckthorn?
Pregnant women can eat it, but it needs to be divided into time. Do not eat it in the first trimester, because it may cause stomach discomfort. But in the second trimester, when the fetus is stable, you can consider some, especially in the hot summer, you can also consider drinking a little sea buckthorn juice.
According to reports, every 100g of sea buckthorn juice contains vitamin C 500mg-400mg, vitamin E 250mg-400mg, vitamin B1 contains 0.05mg-0.3mg, vitamin B2 contains 0.03,g-0.15,g, vitamin B12 contains 0.2mg-0.88mg, vitamin B1 K group compound 115, P group vitamin 20mg-350mg. Moreover, sea buckthorn is also rich in vitamins, trace elements and amino acids, which helps pregnant women to supplement nutrition, so it is very beneficial for pregnant women to eat sea buckthorn!