Sea buckthorn is a deciduous shrub indigenous to Asia and Europe. It resembles blackberry and raspberry bushes, thus have a similar size. The leaves, in contrast, are quite distinct any other berry bush and are long, slender, and silvery-green in color. Male plants blossom with flowers, generating pollen. The female specimen generates orange berry-like fruit that is specifically called the sea buckthorn berry. Individuals refer to this fruit as ‘the magical berry’ owing to its copious nutrients. The berry joins Acai berries, blackberries, as well as blueberries as a super fruit.