Seabuckthorn - Sanjeevani Booti

The Godly herb of India

Shree Ram Charitmanas endorsed that in snow-clad Himalayan ranges, Seabuckthorn flourishes.

As per fifty researchers and their different research findings and papers, the medicinal plant which Shree Hanuman ji Maharaj brought was – Seabuckthorn in RAMAYAN(SANJEEVANI BOOTI), which is found in snow-clad Himalayan Mountains. And this herb saved the life of Shree Laxman ji (younger brother of Shree Ram Bhagwan). In their research findings, it is clear that Seabuckthorn magical herb fulfills seven more needs along with the oxygen requirements of the human body. The research findings on Seabuckthorn showed that fruits, leaves, branches, and roots benefit humans. The extracts from these herbs are our noble soldiers’ daily intake posted at high altitudes minus 40 degrees Celsius. Russia has also given the Seabuckthorn to their astronauts to fight against radioactive rays in space.

Scientific institutions like Central Arid Zone Research Institute and others stated that Seabuckthorn possesses all qualities of herbs mentioned in Sanjeevani Booti. This research report should now be published in the “World research journal of agricultural sciences.” Seabuckthorn’s thorny bushes are near River Spiti, River Chanthang, River Indus, River Dhruva, River Dras, River Suri, and River Zaskar. The research confirmed that our neighboring countries are much ahead in harvesting medicinal values of this herb, like China, Bhutan, and Russia, but somehow, India remained far below average. This herb is in plenty in Ladakh, Kashmir, and Bhutan, but only forty percent is utilized.

Seabuckthorn Needs Promotion

Now Ladakh government has started pursuing plums of Seabuckthorn at 80rupees per kg, and its leaves are used as a tea, increasing exceptional oxygen levels in the body(blood). Due to some negligence in Ayurvedic know-how, this invaluable herb could not cross its potential boundaries. Now Ministry of Environment Forest and Climate Change, in Green India Mission, has planned to increase the area under Seabuckthorn. This step has come after recommendations from “AYUSH MINISTRY OF INDIA.” The big question is, do we still need to name this herb in Hindi? It is awesome to note that when the temperature of the Himalayas goes down to minus 40 degrees Celsius and when all other herbs –shrubs dry up, this plant still enjoys green leaves. Hence one can evaluate the qualities described in SANJEEVANI BOOTI found in Seabuckthorn.

Seabuckthorn flourishes in winter and dries in summer, twelve times more Vitamin C than oranges and three times more Vitamin A compared to carrots, a natural Omega 3,6,7, and 9. It is a major source of Vitamin B complex, full of antioxidants, proteins, Vitamin E, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, and copper. It possesses seven qualities of Sanjeevani Booti as found on high altitudes, summarily herbal, can resurrect light of its own, and all parts have medicinal values and unique fragrances.