Crambe, kale, sea kale
The Crambe Maritima is part of the family brassicaceae and grows naturally on the beaches of the North Sea, the Baltic Sea and the Black Sea. The plant is extremely resilient and withstands the inhospitable conditions of the ever changing tides.
In some regions, the Crambe Maritima is cultivated as a vegetable or as an ornamental garden plant.
The Crambe Maritima has antioxidant properties, providing a strong anti-aging effect. It protects human stem cells and stimulates the formation of new and fresh cells, as well the production of collagen and hyaluronic urea. It also offers a revitalizing, soothing and smoothing effect.