Siberian pine nut oil enriched with pine resin fights parasites while not traumatizing the liver, to the contrary, restoring a person’s health potential.
New York, NY (PRWEB) May 21, 2012
In the new electronic testing of food products with regard to their antiparasitic effect, 46 types of edible and aromatic oils were examined. The testing demonstrated that Siberian pine nut oil enriched with pine resin possesses elevated antiphrastic properties. Here, then, lies the secret of its cleansing, regenerative, and medicinal effect.
Over the past twenty years, scientists have conducted a large number of studies and have ascertained that the cause of many serious illnesses (including cancer) are parasites. According to Dr. Victoria Kononova, there exist more than 40 types of parasites that take up residence in the human body: in the intestines, liver, lungs, reproductive organs, beneath the skin, etc. The parasites suck out fluids, poison the blood, and suppress immunity. As a result, a person develops diseases that lend themselves to treatment only with difficulty: migraines, chronic tonsillitis, bronchitis and acute respiratory infections, poor cardiac health, diseases of the liver and kidneys, ulcers of the stomach and intestine, diabetes mellitus, obesity, schizophrenia and epilepsy, suicidal tendencies, and others.
Dr. Kononva’s research team discovered a secret of a holistic parasite cleansing. Siberian pine nut oil enriched with pine resin fights parasites while not traumatizing the liver and, to the contrary, restoring a person’s health potential.
"Siberian pine resin is a most powerful natural antiseptic," says Dr. V. Kononova. The data from medical studies indicates that, when Siberian pine nut oil enriched with pine resin is ingested, there is an increase in the blood of the content of phagocytes, which destroy viruses and foreign pathogens, including parasites. The composition of Siberian pine resin includes terpenes and essential oils—biologically active substances that have antimicrobial, bactericidal, anti-inflammatory, and antiparasitic properties. It is these biological substances that give the resin its bitter taste. The bitterness of the resin, in its turn, stimulates the action of the spleen, which receives and renews old blood. Besides that, it manufactures a special micro flora that fights parasites. It is essential that the spleen be supported with Siberian pine nut oil enriched with pine resin since it assists in the cleansing and renewal of the blood. The oily consistency and bitterness of Siberian pine nut oil enriched with pine resin fights parasites and also stimulates the formation of the full complement of bile secretions, which also participate in the antiparasitic defences of the organism, since they possess bacteriostatic properties.
The studies also showed that because of its wide spectrum of vitamins, minerals, and amino acids, Siberian pine nut oil enriched with pine resin facilitates the removal of residues from the organism and restores its immune system and stimulates the production of leucocytes and macrophages, which recognize and fight parasites travelling through the blood channels of the organism. "As it cleanses residues from the organism, Siberian pine nut oil contributes to the destruction of the parasites’ comfortable living environment, and also dissolves the toxic products of their activity, impedes the process of their reproduction, and removes dead parasites from the organism," says Dr. Kononova.
“Previously it was believed that only poisonous substances can eliminate parasites from the organism. We found out that a food product - Siberian Pine Nut Oil enriched with Pine Resin – successfully carries out this task,” Dr. Kononva adds.
Even nowadays the majority of antiparasitic drugs contain toxins intended to poison the parasites, but the person is also the recipient of the poisoning. First and foremost, these toxins are neutralized by the liver, and it is precisely the liver that suffers the most as a result. Following the extended ingestion of antiparasitic medications, the liver becomes enlarged, and the person acquires a dysfunction of this organ forever. Dr. Kononova’s research team showed that the combined use of antiparasitic agents and Siberian pine nut oil enriched with pine resin will help the liver withstand the medicinal therapy more easily, since Siberian pine nut oil lessens medicinal intoxication, and protects liver cells and promotes their renewal.
Since it is a food product, Siberian pine nut oil not only gently cleans parasites from an organism, but also restores the mineral balance of an organism that has been infected with parasites.
Medical studies of patients infected with parasites have revealed that these patients have all suffered from a silicon deficit. "In the human organism, silicon actively participates in the processes of survival. About 38% of our health is based on silicon," claims Dr. M. G. Voronkov, an assistant of Dr. Kononova – "With a lack of silicon, the distribution of the energy supply is disrupted in the human organism and, therefore, so is the metabolism, since more than 70 chemical elements are simply not assimilated. The composition of liquid mediums is changed, their properties as electrolytes do not correspond to the requirements of the human organism’s normal existence. For the existence of parasites, just like all living creatures, silicon is essential, therefore, when parasites find their way into the human organism, it is precisely silicon that they begin to take up first."
Siberian pine nut oil enriched with pine resin was analyzed for its elemental and biochemical composition at the Institute of Chemical Kinetics and Combustion and the Central Siberian Botanical Garden of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Using the method of synchrotron radiation X-ray fluorescence analysis, approximately 20 elements were found, including phosphorus, magnesium, potassium, sodium, calcium, iron, manganese, copper, zinc, molybdenum, aluminum, iodine, boron, nickel, cobalt, lead, strontium, silver, and silicon. The scientists concluded that Siberian pine nut oil enriched with pine resin not only restores any silicon that has been lacking, but also supplies 19 other essential elements to the organism, allowing them to be assimilated well.
Thus, Siberian pine nut oil enriched with pine resin is not only a delicacy, but also assists in gently cleansing parasites from the organism and restoring its healthy functioning. The consumption of Siberian pine nut oil enriched with pine resin fights parasites and is recommended for all members of the family for cleansing parasites from the organism, as well as for preventive purposes.
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V. Kononova Ph. D., Novosibirsk State Medical University, Novosibirsk, Russia
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