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Cedar Nut Oil

 Cedar Nut Oil

“Everyone has to save his own body and soul by himself. Those who expect that they will be saved by others will be disappointed”.
Paracelsus

Each of us can without difficulty refresh memory about, at least, several products that are usually attributed magic properties such as rejuvenescence, revitalization, increase of sexual energy, maintenance and augmentation of body and face beauty.

One of these products is cedarwood oil. Generally speaking, a wood that is usually called “cembra pine”, in scientific terms is known as “Siberian stone pine” and, in particular, valuable cedar wood oil is produced from its seeds by means of cold pressing. 99% of woods of the Siberian pine are growing in Russia, 1% is in Mongolia.

The length of life of the Siberian pine comes up to 800 years.

Cedar wood oil is an expensive product. Cones are collected in boreal forest by hand and one needs 3 kg of the nut kernels to prepare 1 liter of oil.

From the earliest times cedar nuts and cold pressing oil was an integral part of ration of the inhabitants of Siberia.

Let us get all this straightened out, if the contemporary science justifies magic properties of cedar oil?

Vitamins and Microelements Composition

Cedar nut oil surpasses other sorts of vegetable oils in the amount of the containing vitamins and microelements.

Vitamins: Е, F, B1, В2, В3 (РР), В4, D

Unsaturated fatty acids: oleinic (omega 9), palmitinic, linoleic (omega 6), linolenic (omega 3), and others.

Macro-, microelements: iodine, magnesium, phosphorus, ferrum, copper, zinc, and others.

Amino acids: glutamine, asparagine, glycocine, amino guanidyl valeric acid, lysine, isoleucine, pyrrolidine carboxylic acid, and others.

Composition of vitamins in cedar nut oil

Name

Content (mg per 100 grams of cedar nut oil)

Recommended consumption


 mg/24 hours *

Carotenoids (carotene)

31

6 mg

E

55

10-12 mg

D

0,07

0,0025 mg

B1

1,6

1,1-1,2

B2

1,7

1,5

B3 (PP)

1,4

1,4


Composition of macro- and microelements

Name

Content (mg per 100 grams of cedar nut oil)

Recommended consumption


 mg/24 hours *

Kalium

31

6 mg

Natrium

55

10-12 mg

Calcium

0,07

0,0025 mg

Phosphorus

1,6

1,1-1,2

Magnesium

1,7

1,5

Ferrum

1,4

1,4

Copper

4

2-5 mg

Manganese

16

5-10 mg

Zinc

20

10-15 mg

Iodine

0,6

0,1-0,2 mg


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It should be recalled that this refers ONLY to the cold-pressed oil manufactured without heating, processing of raw material with chemical substances, by means of pressing of cedar nut kernels not contacting with metal. Raw material for it is gained in the ecologically clean region – in Siberian taiga. Precisely this oil you can buy here.

- Cedar oil proteins contain 19 amino acids of which 70% are vital.

- Vitamins in the oil help the human body to grow (vitamin A). They stabilize the central nervous system, improve blood composition and favorably affect skin tissue (vitamins B and D).

- The oil is very rich in vitamin E (tocopherol - from the Greek for "bearing offspring").

Studies have shown that sables are unable to reproduce if their ration does not include cedar nuts. The oil increases male potency. Useful properties of cedar nuts will help women with infertility, pregnancy and childbirth, promote good lactation.

- The oil is very rich in vitamin P: it contains three times as much vitamin P as the product called "Vitamin P" made using fish oil. Vitamin P is made up of vital fatty acids, which help to reduce the level of cholesterol in your bloodstream and prevent the formation of plaques on the walls of blood vessels.

- The content of vitamin E in cedar oil is 5 times higher than in olive oil.

- Cold-pressed cedar nuts oil consists of oleic acid (26%), linoleic acid (36%), linolenic acid (16%). These acids are not synthesized in the human body, but are replenished with food.

- Cedar nuts and its oil are natural immunomodulators. They improve immunity, aid recovery, and are used for prevention of various diseases.

The use of cedar oil for middle-aged people consists in that regular use improves its cerebral and peripheral blood circulation, nourishes the body with oxygen, restores lipid metabolism, corrects the molecular and cellular membrane, creates a "barrier" protective function of the body.

- Polyunsaturated fatty acids are necessary for the brain growth and development. Children who regularly take cedar oil have long-lived immunity, good appetite, healthy sleep, balanced functioning of the gastrointestinal tract.

Modern scientists have proved: “Only in the cedar oil the composition of microelements and vitamins is perfectly balanced for assimilation by human organism”.

- Cedar oil is especially useful for those who suffer from any skin diseases, hair loss, high trichoclasia and brittleness of nails; it strengthens teeth of people who live and work in unfavorable climatic and ecologic conditions, who are engaged in the works with extra energy output and with excess psychoemotional loads.

Those who eat cedar oil almost do not suffer from respiratory diseases.

It is used in the cosmetic science as a natural night face-cream that quickly heals wounds, rush, spots, cleans skin, unwrinkles, improves cellular regenerating, returns naturality and beauty.

One more product that has unique properties that is cedar gum or cedar resin. Terebinthine balm is made thereof, in other words this is a solution of a gum in cedar oil (as well as in sea-buckthorn oil or another one).

Terebinthine balm is a powerful antiseptic agent. It is successfully used for treatment of skin diseases, purification of body, improves immunity.
Since natural products today are a black swan, it is quite difficult to recover our body having got rid of the negative influence of chemical substances. And here cedar nuts, cedar oil, and terebinthine balm come to help.

Cedar nut oil for external application

For external application it is recommended to put warm oil onto the face and neck skin foe 5-7 minutes 2-3 times per week.

Cedar nut oil for hair

To recovery damaged hair it is necessary to put some oil on the head skin, to worm it into during 5 minutes, and to wash it away then. To achieve the best effect one will need altogether 10-15 procedures.

Cedar nut oil for body

Having a bath, do not forget to add 1-3 spoons of cedar oil to moist skin. Massage with cedar oil is especially useful for prevention of skin diseases and improvement of skin tone.

For internal use. It is recommended to take 1 tea spoon 2-3 times per day (30-60 before meals) during 20 days. Such a course can be repeated, at least, 2 times per year.