Pine nut oil is a unique product of nature that has no analogues. Due to its beneficial properties and environmental friendliness, it is widely used in medicine, cosmetology and cooking.
Cedar nut oil is a source of vitamins A, B, D, E and F, so it can be used in the treatment and prevention of a number of diseases. In particular, for the complex treatment of strokes, heart attacks, angina pectoris, anemia, varicose veins and atherosclerosis. In addition, it lowers cholesterol levels, blood viscosity and increases the elasticity of the vascular walls.
It is recommended to take cedar nut oil 2-3 times a day, 1 teaspoon 30-60 minutes before meals. The course is 20 days, it must be repeated at least 2 times a year.
To improve skin tone and prevent skin diseases, pine nut oil can be used for massage purposes. It is recommended for everyone, regardless of health status and age.
Due to the content of pinolenic acid, cedar nut oil promotes weight loss. Take half a teaspoon on an empty stomach one hour before meals. Add cedar nut oil to side dishes, snacks, and salads just like other vegetable oils for juiciness and flavor.
Use cedar nut oil in the form of compresses to prevent dry and aging skin. To do this, slightly heat the oil and soak a gauze cloth in it. Squeeze lightly and apply on face and neck for 10-15 minutes. Then repeat the procedure. To achieve results, apply compresses 2 times a week.
Cedar nut oil works well for gentle skin cleansing and make-up removal. Just moisten a cotton swab with a little warm oil and rub it over your face.
Before going outside, especially in sunny weather, lubricate your face with a little oil. It protects your skin from the sun's harmful rays and gives you an even tan.
Add cedarwood oil to your creams, lotions, and homemade masks as a complementary ingredient. This will enhance the nourishing, moisturizing and rejuvenating effect.