The health of the whole organism depends on the work of the gastrointestinal tract: from the condition of the teeth to immunity. Cedar nut oil enriched with sea buckthorn has a positive effect on the organs involved in the process of digestion: the stomach, intestines, and liver. It contains nutrients that heal the microflora, promote the digestion of food, and prevent the development of inflammation.
Benefits for the stomach and intestines
One of the most important criteria for the health of the intestines and stomach is the microflora — a set of beneficial bacteria that inhabit these organs. If pathogenic bacteria appear in the gastrointestinal tract, this leads to the development of various diseases, for example, irritable bowel syndrome. In addition, the microflora directly affects the immunity of the whole organism.
Cedar nut oil enriched with sea buckthorn is rich in carotenoids, fat-soluble compounds that are synthesized by plants. They have the pigment properties: it is thanks to carotenoids that sea buckthorn has a rich orange color. Carotenoids have pro-vitamin activity and are converted into vitamin A in the human body. They have a positive effect on the microflora of the gastrointestinal tract, remove toxins (including pathogenic bacteria), and heal the mucous membrane. In addition, cedar nut oil contains prebiotic substances: polyphenols and pectins. They contribute to the restoration of microflora after protracted illnesses or hormonal disruptions.
Another group of nutrients useful for the stomach is the acids contained in sea buckthorn (malic, citric, tartaric, and others). They contribute to the production of gastric juice, thereby stimulating digestion.
Benefits for the liver
Cedar nut oil enriched with sea buckthorn supports the work of another important organ in the gastrointestinal tract - the liver. The liver helps the body get rid of toxins. It needs the following nutrients:
- Choline (found in sea buckthorn). Provides normal lipid metabolism in the liver, maintains the health of liver cells. With a lack of this vitamin, fat accumulates in the liver.
- Polyunsaturated fatty acids. They stimulate the formation of prostaglandins that protect the liver from inflammation, normalize the synthesis of glycogen in the liver, reducing the risk of developing pathologies such as fibrosis and cirrhosis. Cedar nut oil contains Omega-3 and Omega-6, while sea buckthorn is a source of quite rare Omega-7. 
- Vitamin C (found in sea buckthorn). It provokes the destruction of poisons secreted by microbes, increases the content of glycogen in the liver, and optimizes the use of protein breakdown products. It also normalizes cholesterol metabolism, thereby reducing the likelihood of fatty degeneration of the liver.
- Folic acid (contained in both cedar nut oil and sea buckthorn). It has a beneficial effect on fat metabolism and the exchange of cholesterol molecules.
- Thiamine (contained in both cedar nut oil and sea buckthorn). Stimulates the work of liver cells-hepatocytes, improves blood circulation through the vessels, and also has an anti-inflammatory effect. This nutrient is often prescribed for hepatitis and cirrhosis of the liver.
Cedar nut oil enriched with sea buckthorn is a useful addition to your diet. It ensures the normal functioning of the whole digestive system.