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Sea buckthorn, a thorny shrub with diverse uses from food to medicine and also in cosmetics. It has the potential to change the economy of India’s Himalayan desert region of Ladakh, where it is sometimes referred to as gold but also destroyed as a weed and used for making fences to protect their farms from animals. Sea buckthorn berries are used to make jams and juices.
Net Wt.: 400gm
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Six species of sea buckthorn is grown in the wilderness of Ladakh. The sea buckthorn shrubs bear small berries which are collected by the women from different regions of Ladakh. These berries are then cleaned in the freshwater of Himalayas. Then these berries are made into jam.
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