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Siberian pine nut oil can be applied to the treatment of digestive disorders such as ulcer. It is especially effective in curing erosive stomach and duodenal ulcers.
New York, NY (PRWEB) February 25, 2013
Siberian pine nut oil is distinguished from other well-known curative oils by its enriched content of various kinds of healing elements. It is a natural product used from ancient times in folk medicine. Siberian pine nut oil contains a large quantity of polyunsaturated fatty acids, including a significant quantity of fat-dissolving vitamins E and F, which are known for their high level of physiological and anti-acidic properties. The Siberian pine nut oil contains phosphatidic phosphorous, very important to bodily health, besides being a rich source of vitally important micro-elements: phosphorus, calcium, magnesium, manganese, copper, zinc, cobalt and iodine. Siberian pine nut oil contains up to 5% nitrogenous substances, of which 90% are amino acids, 70% of them indispensable acids — all of which testifies to its high physiological value.
Clinical tests of Siberian pine nut oil have been conducted on patients at the Tomsk Scientific Research Institute of Balneotherapy and Physiotherapy. The aims were: to demonstrate the healing effectiveness of a given drug in both internal and external applications through sonic phonophoresis, to determine the dynamics of subjective and objective indications, to study the influence of Siberian pine nut oil on the nutritional, secretory and excretive functions of the stomach and liver, to study its anti-oxidant properties, to work out the methodology of application to treatment for ulcer, to determine its level of tolerance by patients under various prescribed methodologies.
Doctor Elena Filchenko said “the study comprised 30 patients under observation. Of these 25 had chronic erosive ulcers of the gastric mucosa, duodenal ulcers with accompanying cholane giocholecystitis of opisthorchosis etiology; the remaining five had chronic cholecystitis with chronic gastritis with a reduced secretory stomach function.
Two of the thirty subjects had reactive pancreatitis, while four had chronic hepatitis outside active procedures. With all 30 subjects motor dyskinesia of the bowels was observed”.
Subsequently ,the subjects were prescribed a programme of treatment: one tablespoon of Siberian pine nut oil three times a day over a two-month period. As a result of this treatment stomach pains were completely eliminated in all patients with ulcer. Symptoms of dyspeptic disorder (nausea, heartburn, regurgitation and vomiting) were not to be found in a single patient. In 28 of the subjects a normalization of bowel functions took place. According to follicle-stimulating hormone tests conducted 20 days after the treatment, ten of the subjects had experienced full recovery from ulcers and gastritis along with a reduction in inflammation of gastric mucosa and duodenal ulcers, as well as a reduction in ulcer size for the remaining 15 patients with erosive mucous stomach ulcers. There was a 50% reduction in the number of cases of fixed duodenal reflexes, according to endoscopic and laboratory tests. In evaluating the laboratory tests there was an indication of some reduction of acidity in the stomach juices in subjects with previously high acidic levels. The quantity of bilious discharge from the gall bladder doubled.
Doctor Filchenko stated that “on the basis of the results obtained, one may conclude that Siberian pine nut oil has a healing effect, meets a favorable reaction with patients, and can be applied to the treatment of digestive disorders such ulcer”.
It is especially effective in curing erosive stomach ulcers and duodenal ulcers. During the remission stage one can apply phonophoresis of Siberian pine nut oil to the projection area of the pathological process for a full and lasting healing effect. When diluted with milk, the Siberian pine nut oil has an anti-inflammation effect in treating cholecystitis and hepatocholecystitis.
Also doctor Filchenko noticed that “in the market there were detected counterfeits of cold pressed extra virgin Siberian pine nut oil in different packages, in bottles and gel capsules. Counterfeit and low quality Siberian pine nut oil does not possess above mentioned properties. The best advice is not to take needless risks, and obtain genuine cold pressed extra virgin Siberian Pine Nut Oil from official producer SiberianPineNutOil.org”
These recommendations have been formulated by:
E.I. Filchenko, M.D.
S.V. Nizkodubova, D.M.S.
V.I. Karpitsky, M.D. and A.G. Petrenko, M.D.
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