Among the many useful qualities of cedar nut oil, antiseptic, antifungal, anti-inflammatory, antiviral, bactericidal, regenerating, restoring, expectorant properties are noted.
Cedar nut oil is one of the original Russian vegetable oils, the unique characteristics of which determine its special status as a folk medicine. Oil is extracted from cedar nuts. The resulting oil is an absolutely unique natural concentrate of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants that cannot be synthetically recreated in such an effective combination.
In terms of the content of vitamin E - such a valuable and necessary for body and responsible for the health of the immune system, cedar nut oil is almost 3 times higher than famous coconut oil and 5 times more so than olive oil. It has 5 times more vitamin F than in fish-oil based medications. The presence of the essential unsaturated linolenic, linoleic and oleic fatty acids provides the anti-inflammatory and immunomodulating effect of cedar nut oil.
In addition, cedar nut oil contains a high percentage of phosphatides, organic acids, phosphorus, zinc, manganese, iodine, cobalt, magnesium, copper in easily digestible form, vitamins of groups B and PP, A and D.
The second component of the extract is Siberian cedar resin. It is a natural component that has an intensive wound healing, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, antifungal effect. Antiviral and immunomodulating properties of cedar resin are provided by turpentines, succinic acid and vitamins C and D.
Terpentins are highly active biological compounds that protect plants from diseases; they have antiviral and immunomodulatory activity.
Succinic acid in modern medicine is used in the composition of antibacterial agents and sanitizers, as well as an ingredient in antiviral drugs.
Thus, the combination of cedar nut oil and cedar resin is a unique biologically active immunomodulating and antiviral agent.
Prevention of viral diseases
To protect yourself from virus cold, take 1 teaspoon of resin extract 15-30 minutes before meals 2-3 times a day. All extract concentrations up to 50% are suitable for internal use.
If you feel that a runny nose is about to start, mix 3 drops of eucalyptus essential oil with 1 teaspoon of resin extract, instill 2 drops in each nostril once a day. Or moisten a cotton swab in the resulting mixture, coat the nostrils from the inside along with deeply inhaling it.
For sore throat, dilute 1 tablespoon of resin extract in 0.5 cups of boiled water and take it in the morning and evening after eating, gargle and swallow it. A couple of days of admission is enough to stop the infection and prevent it from approaching the upper respiratory tract.
If you still get sick:
Take 1 tablespoon of cedar nut oil enriched with resin 3 times a day 15-30 minutes before eating.
Rub chest, arms and legs with the resin extract at least 4 times a day.
For angina, drip 5-6 drops of cedar nut oil enriched with resin on the tonsils. You can moisten a cotton swab in the oil and wipe the tonsils with it. Repeat every 5-6 hours.
Rub resin extract into skin around and under your nose, under your jaw and neck. At the same time, instill 2 - 3 drops of the oil mixed with eucalyptus essential oil into the nose. Repeat the procedure 3-5 times during the day.
N. A. Skorik, E. I. Bukholtseva, M. M. Filippova
Tomsk State University
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