(PRWEB) December 16, 2013
PineNutOil.org is currently warning consumers to beware of counterfeit pine nut oil, which can have adverse side effect, including pine nut oil capsules.
Today, PineNutOil.org issued the following statement from CEO Victor Rod:
“PineNutOil.org has very loyal clients all over the world, and we feel it is of utmost importance at this time to warn our clients and consumers about side effects of counterfeit pine nut oil circulating the market right now. There are various counterfeit pine nut oil on the market that do not possess the incredible healing and health properties of genuine Siberian Pines Pine Nut Oil. One popularly counterfeited product is pine nut oil capsules, which PineNutOil.org neither produces nor sells. We are warning consumers to be vigilant when shopping for pine nut oil, especially online during this holiday shopping season.”
Recently, PineNutOil.org has been receiving letters from consumers across the country who have mistakenly purchased counterfeit pine nut oil from various online websites and experience side effects fom such counterfeit. These misled consumers come to the experts at PineNutOil.org seeking advice on how to determine the quality of potentially counterfeited pine nut oils.
“I just ordered Extra Virgin Siberian Pine Nut Oil from a company in Seattle WA …” wrote Barbara, a concerned consumer. “It appears to be a different bottle, different labeling than yours. When I opened the oil today and took one teaspoon, I noticed the taste was not very pleasant as I expected it to be. It does not taste or smell like pine nuts, but has a little bit of a petroleum taste, and also something like castor oil. ... On the ingredient label it says Pine Nut oil and unrefined Milk Thistle oil as a preservative. I'm now concerned after reading your website, that it might not be the best pine nut oil. How can I tell if it is ok?”
Victor Rod, CEO of PineNutOil.org, said "it is common for counterfeit pine nut oil to have an unpleasant taste that does not resemble the taste of genuine pine nut oil. Often, these counterfeit products contain expired pine nut oil, diluted pine nut oil, or even a completely different type of oil. Counterfeit product can have adverse side effects for many users.
In addition, it is important to note that any pine nut oil capsules sold is not a genuine PineNutOil.org product. PineNutOil.org does not produce pine nut oil capsules because putting the oil into a capsule has technological effects on the oil that substantially lower its quality.
The entire point is that when you swallow pine nut oil capsules, you experience neither the taste nor the aroma of the pine nut oil. In this case, all the producer must do is packing the capsules with a gold-colored oily liquid; no one will notice the substitution. Even if you bite into the capsule and realize that this is a poor-quality oil or a counterfeit, it will be difficult for you to be refunded your money, since you must prove that the oil in the capsules is not of high quality. But even if you are refunded your money, no one will recover you from side effects, refund your wasted time and effort, and it is you who will not obtain the expected therapeutic effect from the pine nut oil.
We advise you not to take needless risks, and obtain genuine Siberian Pine Nut Oil from PineNutOil.org."
To learn more about the health benefits of pine nut oil, and for inquiries or purchases, please visit http://www.siberianpinenutoil.org or call 248-218-0888.
About Siberian Pines:
The Siberian Pines Company has been a leading producer and supplier of Siberian pine nut oil since 2003. Siberian Pines produces high quality 100% cold-pressed pine nut oil and supplies it worldwide. They maintain the highest quality product and service by managing the process from the collection of Siberian pine nuts, to the production of the oil and delivering it to your front door.