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Is it possible to mix pine resin and Siberian sea buckthorn oil?

Sea buckthorn is a valuable herb that has been known for its beneficial properties for many years. Based on sea buckthorn, various cosmetic and pharmaceutical products are made: ointments, sprays, creams, and also valuable sea buckthorn oil is obtained. Sea buckthorn oil, which is actively used in folk medicine, is made by cold pressing. It is this method that allows you to preserve the maximum of vitamins and trace elements that are contained in the berries of this herb.

Pine resin is often called a Siberian (taiga) antibiotic because it has a powerful natural antimicrobial, antifungal, healing, and analgesic effect. Pine resin (another name - turpentine) is a resinous substance released by coniferous trees when damaged.

Both of these natural elements are a real storehouse of useful properties for the human body. But what happens if you mix them? Will they lose their unique properties? Let's try to answer this question.

How do sea buckthorn oil and pine resin affect the human body?

To date, no negative consequences have been found when using a mixture of sea buckthorn oil and pine tree sap.

Sea buckthorn oil with the addition of a small amount of pine resin has pronounced medicinal properties, improves cerebral circulation, and promotes tissue regeneration. It can be used as an antipyretic, analgesic, and vasoconstrictor.

This is not surprising, because pine tree sap is a natural antiseptic that has long been used by the indigenous peoples of Siberia and Altai for disinfection and embalming of bodies. Its antiparasitic action is used to combat acute viral infections with internal and external use. And no, the antiseptic effect of pine resin does not affect the beneficial properties of sea buckthorn oil, with which it is used.

Where it is recommended to use.

Some studies show that regular internal use of 5% pine resin oil in combination with sea buckthorn oil can help to strengthen the immune system, has a restorative effect on the human body. At the same time, with the addition of badger fat, the effect of this remedy is enhanced.

Some herbalists are recommending to use such a mix as part of the prevention of diseases of the cardiovascular, digestive, nervous, and endocrine systems, diseases of the visual organs, diseases of the lower respiratory tract, diseases of the genitourinary system.

Pine resin mixed with sea buckthorn oilcan also be used as an integral component of massage oils intended for various types of therapeutic, restorative, and cosmetic massage. We are talking about improving lymphatic drainage and blood circulation in subcutaneous fat, in other words, this mix is excellent for anti-cellulite massage procedures.

Mixed with sea buckthorn, 25% pine resin oil for external use is an excellent cosmetic for the care of mature, fading, and problematic skin. This type of oil increases turgor and improves skin color, cleanses and refreshes the skin, giving it firmness and elasticity, helps to eliminate fine wrinkles, and also, having an anti-inflammatory and bactericidal effect, prevents the appearance of acne.

The external use of pine resin mixed with sea buckthorn oil can also bring tangible benefits for alopecia (baldness) and with increased fragility and delamination of nails. And weekly hair treatment after shampooing with a weak solution of pine resin balm (for 100 g of water, take 1 teaspoon of 5% oil) will help to get rid of dissection of the ends of the hair over time.


As you can see, Sea buckthorn oil in combination with pine resin is a rich source of vitamins, macro-, and microelements that contribute to improving the tone of the body and the overall improvement of human health.

Such a remedy is characterized by a high content of carotenoids necessary to maintain the immunological status, as well as the processes of growth and reproduction. Regular use of a mixture of pine resin and sea buckthorn oil helps to normalize metabolism, may potentially improve the functioning of the nervous system, pancreas and thyroid glands.

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