Wednesday, March 9, 2016

THE HEALING BENEFITS OF CEDAR RESIN - TURPENTINE



Friends - I can definitely vouch for the benefits of Ringing Cedars Cedar Nut Oil with Cedar Resin (Turpentine). I tried the type with 20% cedar resin and in four days, a rather large parasite came out of my body -- which shocked me. I am continuing to use the oil as I keep learning more and more about its benefits, especially for those with autoimmune disorders, candida, or any physical disorder that can be helped by removing toxins, fungus, parasites, and more from the body. The purest and best cedar oil and cedar resin products that I am aware of can be found here: http://www.ringingcedarsofrussia.org/ Highly recommended.

Source Article:
Cedar Resin: Nature's Miracle
http://ecominded.net/articles/cedar-resin-nature-s-miracle.html

The majority of articles and abstracts about resin point out that it is named "zhivitsa" in Russian thanks to its ability to heal wounds effectively and rapidly (the verb "to heal" in Russian, zazhivit, has the same root). This is, of course, true, but there are other, more substantial reasons for such an evocative name. According to Jack Tresidder's dictionary of symbols, resin signifies immortality, a symbolism based on the popular belief that resin is the undying spirit of long-living trees.

Many examples may be cited of the special relationship of various peoples to this mysterious substance, but the purpose of this article is to solve the riddle of this unanimity: perhaps our ancestors knew something about resin that we are only just beginning to learn through the misty veil of time.

So, where shall we begin? I, for example, would be interested to discover just what botanists and chemists think about resin. If you do the maximum amount of sifting through the scientific slang, you find the following. Resin is a substance excreted by plants during normal physiological metabolism, and also in the event of physical injuries for the healing of their own flesh. It is produced by special tissues of the roots, leaves, wood, and internal bark — the sapwood. The living epithelial cells in which resin is formed divide, forming resin channels or passageways. These channels are often strongly branched, so that in the event of an injury to one of them, the wood resin begins to flow to the injured portion from far away. Scientists are surprised that sometimes wood resin is found inside cells and cell membranes. It is not being used as reserve nutrients, so what is the biological sense of the presence of wood resin there where it should not be? I have a hypothesis that the wood resin appears in cells and cell membranes when the necessity arises for the plant to defend itself against the unfavourable effect of the environment. When reacting with oxygen, wood resins easily oxidize, and in the oxidized state become unusually resistant to external influences (it is interesting that this circumstance is well known to scientists, but they have not succeeded in analyzing it and coming to any conclusions). Wood resin exerts a similar action on the human organism as well. When you ingest resin, you are insured for several hours against the harmful influence of toxins entering from the environment.

What is resin made up of? Volatile substances make up 30–35%: resinous spirits and their ethers (turpentine and its derivatives), and oxygen compounds. There is a wide spectrum of fatty and resin acids (including succinic acid), plant matter, vitamins C and D, and also substances of an obscure nature, known under the name of rubbers. Wood resins included in the composition of resin are substances that are hard and amorphous — that is, they do not have a crystalline structure. They do not dissolve in water, but yield to organic solvents, such as alcohol, and fatty and essential oils.

Wood resin molecules are connected to each other not by chemical bonds, but by intermolecular cohesive forces, which are easily disrupted when heated or dissolved. In the process, on the surface of solutions appear free, unconnected molecules of the resin components that have a large supply of free energy. Because of this energy, they are able to capture and hold molecules of other substances that approach the surface of the solution. This property of wood resin makes it possible to concentrate or intensify its properties by the addition of other natural components.

So, let us repeat, wood resin is found in the state of a volatile solution in plants, and this substance is called "resin (zhivitsa)." Over time, the essential oil evaporates, the resin hardens, losing its stickiness and strong aroma. Even so, a small quantity of essential oil still remains. Even amber, which has lain for tens of millions of years in the earth and become hard as rock, contains approximately 6% essential oil. It can be completely removed only by distillation, that is, heating it to a high temperature.

The amazing long life of wood resins can be explained by their suppressive action on microflora, which, on the one hand, cannot use wood resin as a nutritive substrate, and which, on the other hand, dies under the effect of its bactericidal properties. And the main thing is these properties may be preserved over the course of millennia.

You must agree that all this is interesting. And for a person who has experience in using resin, this explains much. Once ingested, it accurately but relentlessly, like an experienced employee of a cleaning service, cleans out everything that it considers unnecessary and foreign in the living organism, moreover, notice, it protects the organism from the aggressive effect of the environment, which in our time is never ending.

And now, let us clarify: what is "everything"? No one will deny that what is unnecessary in our organism includes parasites, moulds, fungi, all types of pathogenic microorganisms and radionuclides.

A special miracle is the "behaviour" of resin with respect to bacteria. Performing the function of an antiseptic and antibiotic, it acts intelligently and selectively, and recognizes useful microflora, supports and restores it, but destroys and recycles pathogenic microflora, which, by the way, suppresses the development of "native" microorganisms.

And viruses! Here I propose a short tour of the subject.

All representatives of the earth's flora and fauna have genetic links to viruses. Of the human genome, 30% consists of information copied by virus-like elements, which can cause mutations, including such significant ones as chromosomal reorganization. Some of them, that is, the most promising, obtain a selective advantage. This is constructive, since the organism must manage to adapt to the continually changing conditions of existence. And in our time, changes in the living environment have acquired exceptionally high-speed characteristics. Notice that for the present we are speaking about natural changes related to evolutionary processes.

This suggests the conclusion: a certain category of virus-like elements are the material carriers of the program for the development of all living organisms.

But there are thousands of varieties of other viruses. Killer viruses. Their prime living environment is the intracellular and intercellular space, there are also those that damage the cell nucleus. In the event of an infection in the cell, special mechanisms for antiviral defence are activated. The affected cells begin to synthesize signal molecules—interferons—which take the surrounding healthy cells to an antiviral state and activate the immune systems. The damage produced by the multiplication of the virus in the cell can be detected by systems of intracellular monitoring, and this cell will have to terminate its life in the course of the process known as apoptosis (programmed cell death).

The virus's survival directly depends on its ability to overcome antiviral defence systems. Therefore, it is not surprising that many viruses in the process of evolution have acquired the ability to suppress the synthesis of interferons and deceive the apoptosis program. In essence, the virus begins, with impunity, to reprogram the host cell. Some of these may enter a latent state, practically not interfering with the processes occurring in the cell. They are activated in certain conditions. The multiplication strategy of several bacteriophages, for example, is constructed in this way — as long as the infected cell is in a favourable environment, the bacteriophage does not kill it, but in this case is inherited by daughter cells and is quite often integrated into the cell's genome. When the cell enters into an unfavourable environment, the pathogen takes control of cellular processes in such a way that the cell begins to produce the materials from which new bacteriophages are made (the so-called lytic, or cell-destroying stage). The cell turns into a factory capable of producing many thousands of bacteriophages and, having multiplied repeatedly, they burst the membrane, thus killing the cell. This phenomenon is related to the appearance of certain oncological diseases.

In general, all diseases are caused by morphological change — gross non-inherited changes in the phenotype of the organism under the influence of extreme environmental factors. And here I have in mind the aggressive nature of the environment caused by inappropriate human activity.

So, the claim exists that viruses that take root inside a cell, especially in a cell nucleus, are impossible to remove, even with the use of the most modern methods of cleansing.

This claim is true, but just not for resin. Since it easily penetrates a membrane, resin destroys and removes from a cell not only all viruses, but poisons as well, toxins of varying origin, including those from intensive chemotherapy, and foreign bodies, for example, radionuclides and heavy metal salts.

Moreover resin neutralizes the consequences of such human "inventions" as alcohol, tobacco, vaccinations, modern methods of processing and storing food products.

Ultrasound examinations are quite another topic! I have the impression that few people know about the harmful influence an ultrasound examination has on the organism. Although the truth is not hidden from us. The results of experiments done by biological scientists are published, although not widely. A chromosome, placed in clean water, emits pleasant melodic sounds, moreover the musical phrases never repeat. The sound is coded information, and in this circumstance, it is genetic. After a chromosome is acted upon by ultrasound of the frequency used in an ultrasound examination, the melodic sound is replaced by a plaintive drone. This means that a portion of the genetic information has been destroyed.

What to do about this? A majority of people have experienced ultrasound examinations repeatedly! And it is especially a pity for pregnant women.

In these cases, wood resin is genuine salvation. When wood resin comes into contact with the human genetic system, it eliminates the destructive programs that have taken root in the genome and restores the lost natural programs.
This property to some extent is possessed by all biopolymers, but the most universal in their action on the human organism are the resins of the Siberian cedar and larch. The results of many years of practical experience confirm the possibility of genetic rehabilitation. I shall illustrate with this example: a novice user of a personal computer, having removed files from his Trash, thinks that he has gotten rid of them forever, but any programmer can restore the lost information in a few minutes. Thus also, a person cannot irretrievably lose anything that Nature has endowed him with.

Within this topic it is interesting to compare the properties of resin and water. Water is a very sensitive, mobile, and responsive substance. It may be conveniently used as a carrier of information — it can be recorded, overwritten, cleared, and given the properties necessary for the solution of a concrete problem. Resin, on the other hand, carries standardized natural (or divine, if you like) information, and a person cannot influence, erase, or reprogram this information. Thanks to this property, resin indeed fulfills its basic mission: to revitalize and revive, clean, restore what was lost, and protect from harm. That is, to preserve.

Nikolay Mechin


Source Article:
NEW: Some Facts about Cedar Resin and Resin Extract
http://www.ringingcedarsofrussia.org/iu/Oct-19-2015/cedar-resin-extract-turpentine.html#2

Cedar trees secrete resin as a defense to close wounds from insects or other forces. The sap provides a protective layer or sealant over the injury. The sap hardens forming an amber glob which turns dark in color over time. On fresh wounds, you'll notice a whitish layer of sap covering the damaged area. With time, large clumps form making it easier to harvest. Resins contain antimicrobial properties that help prevent decay and fungal infections, and resins also seem to decrease water loss during droughts or plant injury.

Humans have gathered and used resins from cedar for thousands of years. Native Americans used cedar sap for medicinal purposes. The resin is either chewed on or made into a beverage by mixing with water. It is known to be very effective in treating stomach ulcers and rheumatoid arthritis. It also alleviates joint pain, while reducing inflammation and increasing mobility. It was used in ancient Babylon to treat stomach problems, inflammations and ulcers.

During the Civil War, a Confederate surgeon named Francis Porter used cedar resin as a stimulant, diuretic and laxative. There is evidence that colonial Americans used cedar sap as a cold and cough remedy and in the treatment of cancer, and physicians even recommended ground cedar resin mixed with water for ulcers, smallpox and syphilis. The Chinese used the resin from a cedar tree to treat abscesses.

The most popular product that is made with Cedar resin is medicinal Turpentine balsam or Resin extract on a base of Siberian Cedar Nut Oil 5%, 10% and 20%.

According to the "Plants for a Future" "The turpentine obtained from the resin of all cedar trees is antiseptic, diuretic, rubefacient and vermifuge. It is a valuable remedy used internally in the treatment of kidney and bladder complaints and is used both internally and as a rub and steam bath in the treatment of rheumatic affections. It is also very beneficial to the respiratory system and so is useful in treating diseases of the mucous membranes and respiratory complaints such as coughs, colds, influenza and TB. Externally it is a very beneficial treatment for a variety of skin complaints, wounds, sores, burns, boils etc and is used in the form of liniment plasters, poultices, herbal steam baths and inhalers... It is useful in treating burning of the body, cough, fainting and ulcers."

Resin extrtact has been used medicinally since ancient times and is still being used as folk remedies up to the present. The most common applications are for infections and infectious diseases, autoimmune diseases, cancer, arthritis and rheumatic diseases in general. Resin extract therapy may be one of the best ways to eliminate pathogenic microbes and parasites from the blood and bowel. It appears that the success of Resin extract is due to its detrimental effect on these fungi and CWD microbes, which then allows the immune system to eliminate remaining pockets of other pathogens and abnormal cells in tumours and affected organs.

According to Wikipedia: "Turpentine was a common medicine among seamen during the Age of Discovery, and one of several products carried aboard Ferdinand Magellan's fleet in his first circumnavigation of the globe." To expel tapeworms, a powerful dose of one to two tablespoons of Turpentine was given, usually mixed with the same amount of castor oil and taken floating on milk. This was repeated every second or third day until the fragments of the worm ceased to appear in the stool. For children, the prescription was less drastic: one teaspoonful of sugar, three to four drops of Turpentine and one teaspoonful of castor oil.

Jennifer Daniels, MD, discovered that American slaves had a secret remedy that kept them free of diseases: a teaspoon of turpentine balsam mixed with a teaspoon of white sugar, taken for short periods several times each year. She adopted this as a successful Candida therapy: Slowly pour a teaspoon of turpentine balsam over sugar cubes or a rounded teaspoon of white sugar to soak it all up. Then chew the cubes or soaked sugar and wash the mixture down with water. Dr Daniels generally recommends doing this twice a week for several weeks, but initially daily with long-term Candida. Continue until the problem is fixed - which can happen surprisingly quickly.

Dr Daniels states that before starting turpentine balsam therapy it is essential to prepare by drinking lots of water, adopting a suitable anti-Candida diet and cleaning the bowel. At this stage, it is necessary to have three daily bowel movements, otherwise the pathogens may get into the blood. She also believes that the use of sugar in this case is beneficial in stopping the sugar craving so common with Candida and in attracting the Candida to the "poison".

In her report, Dr Daniels also wrote that the first edition of The Merck Manual of appropriate and accepted treatments for recognised diseases, published in 1899, states that turpentine balsam therapy is effective for a wide range of conditions including gonorrhoea, meningitis, arthritis, abdominal difficulties and lung disease.

Resin extract is often recommended as best for cleaning the blood, as it is quickly absorbed in the stomach.

How To Use Resin extract

How Resin extract is taken and for how long is rather flexible. Some take it as needed, while others have a full course every year just as a precaution. A good way is to start with half a teaspoonful, then continue with one teaspoon for a week or two; if not much seems to happen, then gradually increase up to one tablespoon for a while until ending with one teaspoonful, for a total duration of about six weeks or until your problem has sufficiently improved. It may be advisable to have a shorter or longer follow-up course two months later.

Commonly, Resin extract is taken once a day either before breakfast or at bedtime. One woman supposedly cured her terminal cancer, with metastases all over the body, by drinking a glassful of Turpentine balsam followed by fruit juice. She wrote that it caused extreme diarrhoea and vomiting for three days. High doses of microbicides may cause too much fungal die-off too suddenly, resulting in a "reaction" with nausea and fatigue. While this is generally good and part of the healing process, it is better to increase the dose only gradually to avoid or minimise strong, unpleasant reactions, although diarrhoea is very common at some stage. During a reaction, temporarily reduce or skip the remedy until recovered.

Resin extract is best taken on an empty or nearly empty stomach, as it floats on anything that is in the stomach and then may continue repeating for a longer time.

For arthritis, Resin extract is used as a rub or in a pack placed on painful areas. This is very effective in drawing out inflammatory pain from arthritic joints and promoting their healing. Also, tumours may be covered with Turpentine balsam packs.

For toe and nail fungus as well as fungal infections of the skin, the affected parts may be soaked in Resin extract.

Candida infections or thrush in the mouth or vagina may be treated by coating or rinsing with Resin extract.

However, for cleaning the bowel of cancer, Candida or parasites, it may be necessary to take up to a tablespoonful of Resin extract at a time.

Turpentine Balsam Mixes

1. Turpentine balsam 1-2 drops in Garlic extract - will benefit asthmatics-people having difficulty breatheing.

2. Turpentine balsam and honey. 1tsp of turpentine balsam balsam in 3-4 oz of honey ( increase honey if to strong) and use orally for anti-inflammatory-breatheing-anti fungal-viral-bacterial-antioxidant.

3. Turpentine balsam and Peanut oil rubs - use 1 oz of turpentine balsam balsam with 4-5 oz of peanut oil—mix well or shake vigourusly - glass container - apply to damage or congested skin as well as - Open wounds—festering infections—stiff joints - apply topicall in the bronchial area for penetration to break down lung infection.

REFERENCES:

1. Last, W., "Pleomorphic Microbes", http://www.health-science-spirit.com/pleomorphics.htm

2. Awodele, O. et al., "The antimicrobial activities of some commonly used disinfectants on Bacillus subtilis, Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Candida albicans", African Journal of Biotechnology 2007 Apr 16; 6(8):987-990, http://www.ajol.info/index.php/ajb/article/viewFile/57021/45419

3. Daniels, Dr Jennifer, "The Candida Cleaner", http://xa.yimg.com/kq/groups/11136827/2098715122/name/Turpentine-The_Candida_Cleaner+-Dr.+Daniels.pdf

4. Shaw, Dr William, "The Yeast Problem & Bacteria Byproducts", http://www.greatplainslaboratory.com/home/eng/candida.asp

5. Crook, W.G., MD, The Yeast Connection, Professional Books, Jackson, TN, 1983

6. Recochem Inc., "Material Safety Data Sheet: Pure Gum Turpentine", http://www.recochem.com.au/files/downloads/Pure_Gum_Turpentine_Sep11.pdf

7. Walter Last, "TURPENTINE a Universal Healer", http://augmentinforce.50webs.com/


Source Article:
LIVER SUPPORTING PROGRAM

http://www.ringingcedarsofrussia.org/iu/Jan-18-2016/cedar-nut-oil-miracle.html#1

LIVER SUPPORTING PROGRAM

In modern conditions of environmental pollution, acute and chronic lesions of the liver of chemical etiology are becoming increasingly more widespread.

The participation of the liver in the neutralization of toxins entering the organism defines its leading role in the maintenance of the chemical homeostasis of the organism in a condition of continuing pollution.

In this case, the chronic stress of the biotransformation processes in the liver over time leads to their decompensation, a result of which may be the development of disturbances in the basic functions of the liver (detoxification and protein synthesis).

The existence of phases in the development of these processes has been noted - from the adaptive hyper function of the liver to the development of an insufficiency syndrome and an exhaustion phase, with an increased predisposition to the development of chronic processes (including forms of hepatitis and cirrhosis with a decrease in the quantity of functionally active liver cells, and leading to atrophy) [b].

In this case, the first phases are asymptomatic, then nonspecific symptoms appear in the form of a lessening of fitness for work, lowering of mood, strength, etc.

On the basis of these concepts, a disruption of the reactions involving the biotransformation and detoxification of foreign chemical substances in the liver is increasingly more frequently associated with the development of a number of environmentally caused pathological processes, including chronic fatigue syndrome.

And in our time this is becoming ever more widespread among the population and is acquiring the proportions of a serious problem.

Correction at this stage consists of providing building material (proteins, unsaturated fatty acids, minerals, etc.) in quantities corresponding to the proportions of the chemical loads on the hepatic cells. In these conditions, it is necessary that all vitally important elements for maintaining the function of the cells, and especially the cells of the liver - the detoxification laboratory - regularly enter the organism.

The use of natural Ringing Cedars of Russia Siberian cedar oils, which are capable of providing the organism with the necessary set of natural nutritive components, is an important link in the correction of metabolic disturbances associated with environmental pressure.

Ringing Cedars of Russia Siberian cedar nut oils are a concentrate of a complete vegetable protein with a high content of the essential amino acid methionine, which plays an important role in the functional state of the cells of the liver. Methionine facilitates the excretion of fatty impurities from the cells of the liver; it converts, by methylation, toxic substances into nontoxic, which are subject to removal from the organism with the bile through the gastrointestinal tract.

The detoxifying function of hepatic cells is also maintained by the amino acids ornithine, threonine, taurine.

Ringing Cedars of Russia Siberian cedar nut oil provides the organism with polyunsaturated fatty acids and creates the conditions for the formation of complete cellular membranes, thus exhibiting a hepatoprotective effect.

The antioxidant properties of ascorbic acid together with the vitamins A, E, and F increase the membrane stabilizing effect and regeneration.

The mineral composition is characterized by a high content of macroelements: phosphorus, potassium, magnesium. The value of phosphorus, as an element participating in the building of phospholipids - the most important substances for maintaining the normal function of hepatocytes - makes itself evident in the reduction of fatty impurities in the hepatic cells and in the prevention of adipose degeneration of the liver (fatty hepatosis), which is frequently the initial stage in the development of chronic hepatitis and cirrhosis.

The regular ingestion of functional nutrition cedar products improves the functional state of the liver and bile ducts, and can be used for the prophylaxis of the pathology of the biliary system in conditions of environmental danger.

Program of support to the liver.

First month.

Ringing Cedars of Russia Siberian cedar nut oil, 1 tea spoon 1 times a day.
Ringing Cedars of Russia Siberian cedar nut oil enriched with resin 5%, 1 tea spoon 1 time a day.

Second month.

Ringing Cedars of Russia Siberian cedar nut oil enriched with resin 5%, 1 tea spoon 2 times a day.

Third month.

Ringing Cedars of Russia Siberian cedar nut oil enriched with resin 5%, 1 table spoon 1 time a day.
Ringing Cedars of Russia Siberian cedar nut oil enriched with resin 10%, 1 tea spoon 1 time a day.

CONCLUSION

Modern studies of the food allowance have revealed substantial deviations in the structure of the diet of the population from the formula of a balanced diet: a deficiency has been noted in micronutrients - vitamins, minerals, unsaturated fatty acids, and an entire series of organic compounds of plant origin; with regard to macronutrients, the food allowance is deficient in proteins and dietary fibers, and has an excess of animal fats.

The existing deficient structure of the diet exerts an unfavorable effect, first of all on the defensive strength of the organism - there is an increase in the risk of the development of different environmentally caused diseases.

Modern science possesses persuasive data to attest that, with the use of functional nutrition, it is possible to support an optimum level of vital activity and avoid many illnesses.

Ringing Cedars of Russia cedar nut products intended for prophylaxis and health improvement are manufactured according to modern conserving technologies, which make it possible to preserve all biologically active natural components in their primary form.


The series of health-improvement products based on Ringing Cedars of Russia cedar nut oil includes:

Cedar nut oil;
Cedar nut oil enriched with cedar resin 5%;
Cedar nut oil enriched with cedar resin 10%;
Cedar nut oil enriched with cedar resin 20%

Thus, functional nutrition of Ringing Cedars of Russia cedar products - cedar nut oil and cedar oil with cedar resin - are composed of a harmoniously balanced complex of biologically active substances, which exert a combined versatile action on organs and systems that are critical for the maintenance of the cleanliness of the internal environment of the human organism. They do not contain preservatives or toxic substances; and therefore, there are no contraindications to their use, with the exception of any individual intolerance to separate components.

The high biological activity of the natural components of cedar products under Ringing Cedars of Russia brand name and the complex action of balanced nutrients are responsible for the health improvement properties of these products in conditions of the influence of harmful environmental factors.

The use of Ringing Cedars of Russia cedar products intended for prophylaxis and health improvement is recommended for the inhabitants of large cities and environmentally unfavorable regions for prophylaxis and rehabilitation in the face of the influence of harmful environmental factors by maintaining the function of the liver and the immune system, as well as the organs of the excretory system.

N. A. Agadzhanyan, PhD, Professor.
Clinical and Experimental Lymphology Scientific Research Institute of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences
Novosibirsk, 2011

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Siberian Cedar Nut Oil enriched with Resin - An Effective Remedy in the Treatment of Intestinal Dysbiosis
http://www.ringingcedarsofrussia.org/iu/Jun-06-2016/dysbiosis-treatment-resin.html#1
According to data from the G. N. Gabrichevsky Moscow Scientific Research Institute for Epidemiology and Microbiology published in 2013, Siberian Cedar Nut Oil enriched with Resin(Resin Extract) can treat the most widespread disease in the world - intestinal dysbiosis. Resin Extract assists in eliminating pathogenic intestinal flora and at the same time it stimulates the growth of beneficial microorganisms, thus restoring the activity of the gastrointestinal tract and the immune system.

The intestine is an important immunological organ, whose own lamina contains as many lymphoid cells as the spleen. Among these cells have been identified T-cells, B-cells, small lymphocytes, and plasma cells. The latter synthesize primarily class A immunoglobins, and are the source of antibodies that are secreted by the mucous membrane of the intestines. The numerous small lymphocytes control the production of antibodies and, in addition, carry out reactions for cellular immunity. The immunological function of the intestines is mediated by the action, above all, of the lymphocytes located in Peyer's patches and in the mucous membrane.

The normal flora of the intestines is a balance of beneficial microorganisms (bifidobacteria and lactobacteria) and potentially pathogenic flora (anaerobic streptococci, colon bacillus, enterococci, etc.).

In certain conditions (intestinal infections, antibacterial therapy, lack of a balanced diet, environment, stress), the composition and quantity of microorganisms may change in the direction of the growth of potentially pathogenic flora in the intestinal cavity. The result is the occurrence of disorders involving the metabolism and digestion, and malfunctions in the functioning of the immune system. This type of pathological condition is called dysbiosis.

According to European statistics, intestinal dysbiosis is diagnosed in 92% to 95% of the population. The consumption of antibiotics and hormones is the most frequent cause of the development of dysbiosis. The first signs of dysbiosis are heaviness and swelling of the stomach, irregularity of bowel movements and appetite, and a manifestation of various allergies.

Siberian Cedar Nut Oil enriched with Resin destroys pathogenic flora.

The growth of pathogenic flora acts oppressively on beneficial bacteria. Precisely for that reason, the use of probiotics for the treatment of dysbiosis is not effective. Beneficial microorganisms cannot take root in an environment that is antagonisic towards them, and die quickly. Before the colonization of the intestines by beneficial bacteria, it is essential that it be partially cleaned of pathogenic flora. Resin Extract is capable of stopping the growth of pathogenic flora and reducing its quantity to normal levels, thanks to its unique cleansing action. The effective treatment of dysbiosis occurs owing to the fact that the phytoncides, resin acids, and essential oils that make up resin, thanks to their powerful antibacterial and fungicidal properties, quickly and effectively arrest the reproductive process of pathogenic bacteria and fungi. Resin Extract thoroughly binds putrefactive and fermentation-causing bacteria, pathogenic microbes and viruses and removes them from the gastrointestinal tract. And it also rids the organism of dead flora, which accumulates and poisons a person from within, especially after a dose of antibiotics.

Siberian Cedar Nut Oil enriched with Resin acts carefully, does not irritate the mucosa of the intestines and, which is especially important in the treatment of dysbiosis, does not harm the beneficial microorganisms. Such unpleasant symptoms as indigestion in the form of nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea are effectively removed, and the symptoms of allergic reactions also diminish.
dysbiosis treatment with pine nut oil

Siberian Cedar Nut Oil enriched with Resin promotes the growth of beneficial flora.

A gastrointestinal tract cleansed of harmful substances is the ideal environment for the growth of beneficial intestinal flora. Resin Extract contains significant quantities of phosphoric and citric acids, oleic, linoleic, and linolenic fatty acids, as well as vitamins E and F, which promote the normalization of acidity (pH) and growth of the positive flora of the gastrointestinal tract, which, in turn, stimulates the production of immune cells. In this manner, Siberian Cedar Nut Oil enriched with Resin not only treats dysbiosis, but also restores natural immunity. The period after a cleansing treatment with Resin Extract is additionally just the right time to drink probiotics to hasten the colonization of beneficial flora in the gastrointestinal tract.

PhD., D. P. Nikitin,
G. N. Gabrichevsky Moscow Scientific Research Institute for Epidemiology and Microbiology

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