I have been looking for natural multivitamins when I stumbled on Tangut. They have some multivitamins with immune support. They are called SeaBerry Essence ~ with Organic Sea Buckthorn Seed Oil in them. I recently had tried some skin care products that used Sea Buckthorn Seed Oil and like them so I thought I would try this. Tangut has more than 20 years of research and has a 10,000-Acre Certified Organic Farm in Tibet were the ingredients are grown and then the Sea Berry Essence are manufactured here in the US.
Sea Berry Essence represents the planet’s most abundant source of nutrients, offering more than 190 different essential nutrients, vitamins and minerals. Famous for its healing and health-promoting properties, Sea Berry or Sea Buckthorn is known in Europe and Asia as one of nature’s most incredible medicinal plants, often described as “the fruit of life” or “the one perfect plant in the world.”
Why take Sea Berry Essence – it helps boost the immune system and speed wound recovery and enhance rejuvenation. I like that it supports healthy skin, hair and nails. It also helps increase energy. I have taken Sea Berry Essence for a little over a week and have noticed that I do feel a bit more energizer. I like the idea of taking something that is natural and USDA certified Organic.
Tangut USA’s has an amazing line of products that are made from plants grown in its wholly-owned, certified organic farm in Tibet, the purest source in the world. Its advanced extraction methods and USA production ensures the highest quality products, fresh and efficacious. Tangut makes products that improve lives. If you would like to purchase SeaBerry Essence or one of Tangut other products you can do so HERE. You can contact with Tangut on Facebook and Twitter.
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