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From Siberia With Health

A powerful antioxidant, pine bark extract was originally used by indigenous peoples of North America and Asia as a medicinal herb. French navigator Jacques Cartier, who initiated the French colonization of Canada, used pine bark during an expedition in 1535 as a cure for scurvy caused by insufficient vitamin C levels in the body.

Nowadays, pharmacologists and nutritionists have also realized the many benefits associated with the healing effect of pine bark, which first appeared in the United States as a dietary supplement in 1987.

In this article, we will tell you why pine bark is often considered one of the best preventive and strengthening agents for human lungs and bronchus.

Pycnogenol - a unique healing substance.

Pine bark is one of the richest sources of a rare flavonoid called "pycnogenol". Studies have shown that pycnogenol has a complex positive effect on the human body. Pycnogenol can be obtained from different pine species such as Pinus radiata, Pinus densiflora, and Pinus thunbergii.

Flavonoids are phytonutrients, plant pigments found in large quantities in fruits and vegetables. Flavonoids are powerful antioxidants that can have a beneficial effect on the condition of many human organs.

Pycnogenol can have a beneficial effect on the cardiovascular system, reducing oxidative stress and improving vascular endothelial function. But more importantly, pycnogenol can improve the state of the respiratory system by affecting the level of leukotrienes in the blood serum.

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Tea made from pine needles in combination with Shilajit is an excellent prevention of colds. Since coniferous components are a real storehouse of vitamin C, a drink made from needles and bark helps strengthen teeth and gums.

Coniferous tea is especially useful during colds and flu. Pine needles contain shikimic acid, combined with Shilajit, which has a powerful antiviral effect on the immune system and the human body as a whole. Coniferous tea and Shilajit, taken before bedtime, may prevent the formation of cholesterol.

A classic recipe of pine needle tea to drink with Shilajit.

For brewing coniferous tea, it is recommended to use the needles of a pine tree, member of white pine family. It will also make the taste of the drink much richer.

Next, you need to cut the pine needles into small pieces. Pour a tablespoon of fragrant pine tea into the cup, pour boiling water for 20 minutes. After the decoction, you need to strain, add a spoonful of honey, taking the necessary dose of Shilajit (no more than 0.25 g. 2 times a day) and ... enjoy the delicious taste of godlike tea!

There is also a ready-made tea from Altai pine needles in powder form. All you need is just dilute it in boiled water, stir thoroughly and let it brew a little.

Despite the amazing healing properties of Shilajit, not everyone likes the specific taste of this natural resin. The pine needle tea prepared according to this recipe will allow you to "drown out" the bitter taste of Shilajit and enjoy the power of Siberia!

Oil from pine (cedar) nuts growing in Siberia has been used for many centuries by locals (famous for their good health and longevity) for the treatment and prevention of many diseases. It is consumed in its pure form, mixed with Siberian herbs, pine resin, shilajit, etc.

The legendary properties of Siberian pine nut oil have been ignored by official medicine and pharmacy for many years, but in recent years scientific institutes around the world have shown interest in this unique natural remedy.

The main attention of the minds of scientists is occupied by the study of linolenic acid, which is unique in that it is contained only in the seeds of coniferous plants. Pine nut oil contains a significant amount of this acid (more than 18%). In addition to the well-known Oleic and Pinolenic acids, pine nut oil contains Skeadonic, Palmitic, Stearic, Gadoleic, Arachidonic, Eicosatetraenoic (ETA), Behenic, Palmitinoleic.

Thanks to its rich composition, Pine nut oil has amazing properties that can be justified and explained with the help of modern science. What do scientists say about the medicinal properties of cedar oil and Linolenic Acid included in its composition?

Currently, it is scientifically proven that products containing Pinolenic acid can be used to control weight, to control food intake, appetite, and /or weight loss.

The use of the resin is predominantly external. Inside, it is allowed to use only an oil solution of turpentine with an active ingredient concentration of up to 10%. Specifically pine nut oil with pine resin and sea buckthorn oil with pine resin – amongst the most popular mixes of resin with oil. More saturated balms (20-50%) are suitable exclusively for external use.

There are many options for how to use pine resin, depending on the existing diseases and the state of the body. The most common problems for which it is recommended to use pine resin are:

  • joints and musculoskeletal system;
  • excess weight;
  • eye / vision problems;
  • cosmetics, skin health;
  • damage to hair.

If you plan to use the resin orally, as a supplement with oil (capsule form, for example) therapy begins with recommended doses. Pine resin is taken 3-5 drops per day, preferably in the morning, 20-35 minutes before breakfast.

With obesity, the presence of cellulite, and general laxity of the skin, rubbing in a steam room using an oil solution of resin helps.

Pine resin is also used in the beauty industry for hair care. The main effect of this substance when caring for curls is to strengthen the roots and stimulate growth. Additionally, cedar gum normalizes the function of the sebaceous glands and improves the appearance of the hair. It produces a weak antifungal effect, therefore it can be used in the complex treatment of seborrhea and dandruff.

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Balsam made from resin and pine nut oil - an ancient secret of Siberian healers.

The indigenous inhabitants of Siberia have noticed how quickly wounds heal under the pine resin many centuries ago. Since ancient times, they have been collecting this sticky substance to dissolve it in cold-pressed pine nut oil. This is how pine resin mixed with pine nut oil - a balm that quickly heals wounds, heals injuries and illnesses. It has strong antiseptic, bactericidal properties and is one of the most versatile remedies in traditional medicine.

Pine resin mixed with pine nut oil also helps in the treatment of the gastrointestinal tract, respiratory system, cardiovascular system. It enhances immunity and improves blood circulation, removes toxic substances from the body, and improves tone.

Mixed components of pine nut oil and resin easily penetrate the human body: through integuments, mucous membranes, saliva, or lungs. Together with pine oil, the balm acts in a truly miraculous way, maintaining and restoring health.

It is for this reason that a mixture of pine resin and pine nut oil can be used in the treatment of a huge number of modern diseases, and at the same time it can be stored for a long time, retaining its healing properties for many years.

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Pine (cedar) tree resin has been famous for its useful and medicinal properties since ancient times. It was popular in Ancient Egypt, and in the 16th century, the resin was widely used to treat the plague. In Ancient Greece, pine resin was used for digestive disorders, it was also used to treat diseases of the kidneys and lungs, rheumatism, and much more. And in Ancient China, it was a universal remedy for almost all diseases, especially often used for headaches and toothaches.

Many peoples of the world used pine resin in the past to treat even the most serious diseases, but over time and with the spread of technological progress (that is, modern pharmaceuticals), they lost knowledge about the healing properties of this unique natural remedy. However, there is one place where pine resin is still widely used for medicinal purposes - Siberia.

The history of the use of Siberian resin in traditional medicine.

Possessing an incredible ability to heal wounds and regenerate cells, pine resin was considered a very valuable product even before the arrival of Russian explorers in this region. It was successfully used by the indigenous peoples of Siberia and the Urals in the treatment of various diseases.

«Живица, живица, помоги исцелиться: от огня, от воды, от любой беды, от злобы, от сглазу и от всех хворей сразу».

Siberian folk healers, collecting resin, said: “zhivitsa, zhivitsa, help me to heal: from fire, from water, from any misfortune, from anger, from the evil eye, and all ailments at once". After all, they believed that this resin absorbed all the strength and power of the majestic tree and is now capable of healing.

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In an ideal world, our foods and drinks should contain high levels of fulvic minerals, but this is usually not the case with our modern food sources. Consequently, most people are deficient in various minerals, and gut problems prevent many people from absorbing nutrients properly, even if they are readily available in food.

Already today, science knows an effective and universal remedy for normalizing the level of minerals and nutrients in the human body - this is Shilajit, harvested in the Altai mountains.

In many ways, the numerous healing properties of this unique natural remedy can be explained by the presence of fulvic and humic acids. Let's take a closer look at what properties these components have, how they are similar and how they differ from each other.

Pine nut oil is popular all over the world, especially among people who take care of their health. However, the main place for harvesting pine nuts is the vast Siberian taiga.

Most of the pine woodlands are located on the rocky placers of Eastern Siberia, and mountainous regions of Southern Siberia. In these regions, the harvest of pine nuts is an important business for locals; since the seeds of Siberian pine are a valuable product with unique healing properties.

How are pine cones harvested in Siberia?

Harvesting nuts is a time-consuming and multi-stage process. Therefore, several people participate in the cone gathering. Straying into teams, local people go to the forest for weeks. Pine nut harvesters set up a camp or build temporary housing in a remote forest to arrange a place for storing, peeling, and sifting the collected pine cones.

Pine resin (кедровая живица in Russian) is a versatile natural remedy that has been well known to Siberian (and not only Siberian) traditional healers and doctors for centuries. Today we will look at some interesting and little-known facts about this unique gift of Siberian nature.

Another name for the resin of pine is turpentine. The remedy sometimes sold in pharmacies is pine gum, an aromatic substance released naturally after bark damage.

Taking remedies based on Siberian pine nut resin is recommended only during daylight hours. This can be explained by the fact that resin and medical products derived from it interact best with the waking human body. At the same time, the pine resin, without arranging stressful situations for the body, gently and slowly turns on the regeneration process at the cellular level. As a result of this, the chromosome number begins to be restored in the human body.

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