Welcome!

Mont Echo Naturels is starting a blog to educate readers about Sea Buckthorn and its benefits!

Who are we?

Mont Echo Naturels is a family owned company located in the Eastern Townships region of southern Quebec. Our family has worked the land here for three generations, and we are proud to be among the first to bring a truly Canadian Sea Buckthorn product to you! Our three European varietals of Sea Buckthorn plants were brought to Canada from Finland almost ten years ago, and since then we have expanded our orchard substantially. Our current focus is the creation of unique Sea Buckthorn-related products for hair & body and for consumption.

Mont Echo Naturels is committed to providing high quality products designed to enhance the lives of our customers and clients.  We strive to create products that are grown locally and processed responsibly.  Hand picked, hand selected and hand crafted, Mont Echo Sea Buckthorn products are clean, pure, and made with 100% Canadian Sea Buckthorn. Click to learn more about Mont Echo Naturels.

And what is Sea Buckthorn?

Sea Buckthorn is an incredible little fruit native to Northern Europe and Northern Asia, and now grown selectively in Canada. Sea Buckthorn is good for the environment – it is a nitrogen-fixing erosion prevention plant – and for you…

  • Need Omegas? Sea Buckthorn has them, in spades – 3 and 6 in a 1:1 ratio as well as skin-healthy 7 and 9.
  • Vitamins and minerals? Check and check. Sea Buckthorn is unusually high in Vitamins A, C and E among others. It also contains 11 trace minerals and 18 amino acids.
  • Antioxidants? Oh yeah. Great health and great skin start with Sea Buckthorn’s high levels of carotenoids like beta carotene, and flavonoids like quercetin.

Sea Buckthorn contains, in fact, at least 190 bioactive substances. Mont Echo Naturels works with Canadian growers of Sea Buckthorn to produce local, sustainable Sea Buckthorn-based skin care products and foods. We’ll be using this blog to share information – from the latest studies to our Finnish family Sea Buckthorn recipes – with fans of this fabulous little fruit.

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