Siberian pine nut oil: The ‘Miracle oil’ with amazing health benefits
Siberian pine nut oil benefits
Interest in Siberian pine nut oil has grown rapidly over the last few years partly due to its anti-inflammatory properties that may help protect, repair, and strengthen the stomach and gastric lining.
Grown and made in Russia from the Siberian Pine Tree, this oil contains the highest percentage of pinolenic acid.
Foods with high levels of pinolenic acid are associated with reducing blood sugar and bad cholesterol (LDL) levels which can be helpful in preventing cardiovascular disease.
Siberian pine nuts and oil contain healthy amounts of essential minerals like manganese which helps our body to develop resistance against infections and viruses.
Recent research has also shown its potential use in weight loss by curbing appetite. Pinolenic acid is particularly effective at stimulating the release of CCK (cholecystokinin), the hormone that works as a hunger suppressant.
Siberian pine nut oil gastritis
Clinical tests of Siberian pine nut oil were conducted on patients at the Tomsk Scientific Research Institute of Balneotherapy and Physiotherapy.
The tests were used to measure the effectiveness of the oil on ulcers and gastritis with 83% of the patients suffering from chronic erosive ulcers having a full recovery or a large reduction in the size of the ulcer.
Those using Siberian pine nut oil to help cure their ulcers are suggested a dosage of one teaspoon of the oil three times a day, before meals, for a sixty-day period.
On the basis of the results obtained, pharmacies in Switzerland now prescribe Siberian pine nut oil for gastric ulcers.
Siberian pine nut oil is also highly effective for a wide range of digestive and gastrointestinal disorders such as:
- Acid reflux (GERD)
- Barrett’s oesophagus
- Gastrointestinal inflammation
- H. Pylori
- Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
Does Siberian pine nut oil really work?
Public reviews on Amazon.com are promising with a 4.2 out of 5 rating.
Some of the Siberian pine nut oil testimonials below:
A miracle for gastritis and acid reflux. I was able to go off all prescriptions with two bottles of this
This oil is expensive but worth every penny. I started using it after researching treatments for ulcers . I have stopped taking medication and no ulcer problem now. My husband has a lower GI problem and he is taking it also – every day. One teaspoon or tablespoon every morning works wonders in your GI tract.
And a tip for those suffering from Helicobacter pylori, also known as H. pylori…
Hi, my mother had h-pylori used anti-biotics but they didn’t work, she ordered Siberian pine nut oil, took a half a teaspoon a day three times a day for a month and it got rid of it. She had a stool test twice after the treatment and a blood test all three came back negative.I say it definitly does work, might not be a bad idea to take it for a couple months just to be sure. If you’ve taken anti-biotics for a while it’d be a good idea to get on a good probiotic for a month or two as well because anti-biotics destroy a lot of good bacteria as well as bad, disrupting the good/bad bacteria balance in the stomach, causing further digestive problems. You can find one at your local health food store. Yogurt with live cultures is good as well for this.
Siberian pine nut oil side effects
Siberian pine nut oil does not have any known side effects. However, an allergic reaction can occur if you have a nut related allergy.
An allergic reaction can trigger the sudden and potentially life-threatening condition called anaphylaxis so we advise you not to take needless risks.
Siberian pine nut oil can be found at some whole foods markets.
You can also buy it online just like I do. Amazon, the number 1 online shopping in the world sometimes offers free shipping charge.
I use a cold pressed extra virgin Siberian pine nut oil – the highest quality – from Siberian Tiger Naturals.
Fake Siberian pine nut oil is widespread, so make sure you buy the real stuff.