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Cedar nut oil enriched with cedar resin for chronic migraines

Cedar nut oil is a completely natural adaptogen that helps the body cope with changing and negative environmental influences

Migraine is a type of headache that is characterized by recurring intense attacks. Chronic migraine is a disease in which the head hurts 15 days a month or more, and severe attacks occur at least eight times a month. Of course, such a disease seriously affects the quality of life. The most common causes of migraine are emotional stress, depression, sleep disturbances, and malnutrition. For treatment, doctors use various drugs:

- Painkillers for occasional use during attacks

- Antidepressants and anti-anxiety pills

- Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs.

Cedar nut oil enriched with cedar resin is an alternative treatment for chronic migraine. It contains nutrients that affect the root causes of diseases: help fight depression and anxiety, normalize sleep and appetite. In addition, cedar resin contains substances that alleviate pain. Some people use Cannabis to treat migraines, as studies have shown that it relieves pain thanks to terpenes and flavonoids. [1] Terpenes and flavonoids are also found in cedar resin that you can consume without fear of any side effects. With terpene balsam, you can eliminate the problems that cause migraine attacks.

Cedar nut oil enriched with cedar resin normalizes the emotional background

Depression and anxiety are one of the most common and proven causes of chronic headaches. [2] Both cedar nut oil and cedar resin contain a large number of nutrients that have a positive effect on your mood:

- Essential amino acids. E.g., methionine is indispensable for psycho-emotional health. This amino acid and its derivatives are prescribed by doctors in the treatment of depression.[3]

- B vitamins help the body adapt to stressful situations. In addition, scientists are considering the effectiveness of these vitamins in the treatment of anxiety, but a clear position on this issue has not yet been reached. [4]

- Omega-3 fatty acid is a recognized non-drug treatment for depression.[5]

- Terpenes from cedar resin (pinene, limonene) are neuroprotective, uplifting, and have a general antidepressant effect. [6] [7]

Cedar nut oil enriched with cedar resin normalizes sleep and appetite

Numerous studies have proven the link between sleep disorders and the transformation of migraine from episodic attacks to the chronic form of the disease.[8] In addition, a number of scientists claim that chronic migraine can be associated with improper diet, lack of vitamins and minerals, as well as overeating and being overweight. Cedar nut oil enriched with cedar resin helps to solve these problems:

- The terpenes from cedar resin have a mild sedative effect. That is why they are effective in combating insomnia. Many amino acids from cedar nut oil have a similar effect. For example, tryptophan helps to get rid of insomnia and promote healthy sleep. It also helps with neuroses.

- Cedar nut oil enriched with cedar resin helps with metabolic syndrome and overeating. Special NMIFA acids that are contained in the oil, dull the feeling of hunger, accelerate satiety when eating, and help to use the energy received from food more efficiently. [9]

Cedar nut oil enriched with cedar resin is rich in nutrients that fight the root cause of chronic migraine. Regular use of terpene balsam is a life without pain!


[1] Baron EP. Medicinal Properties of Cannabinoids, Terpenes, and Flavonoids in Cannabis, and Benefits in Migraine, Headache, and Pain: An Update on Current Evidence and Cannabis Science. Headache.

[2] Peres MFP, Mercante JPP, Tobo PR, Kamei H, Bigal ME. Anxiety and depression symptoms and migraine: a symptom-based approach research.

[3] Wilson A. S-Adenosyl Methionine (SAMe) for Depression in Adults.

[4] Young LM, Pipingas A, White DJ, Gauci S, Scholey A. A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of B Vitamin Supplementation on Depressive Symptoms, Anxiety, and Stress: Effects on Healthy and 'At-Risk' Individuals.

[5] Appleton KM, Sallis HM, Perry R, Ness AR, Churchill R. Omega-3 fatty acids for depression in adults

[6] Cho KS, Lim YR, Lee K, Lee J, Lee JH, Lee IS. Terpenes from Forests and Human Health.

[7] Piccinelli AC, Santos JA, Konkiewitz EC, Oesterreich SA, Formagio AS, Croda J, Ziff EB, Kassuya CA. Antihyperalgesic and antidepressive actions of (R)-(+)-limonene, α-phellandrene

[8] Vgontzas A, Pavlović JM. Sleep Disorders and Migraine: Review of Literature and Potential Pathophysiology Mechanisms.

[9] Baker EJ, Miles EA, Calder PC. A review of the functional effects of pine nut oil, pinolenic acid and its derivative eicosatrienoic acid and their potential health benefits.

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