Turpentine balm (Siberian Cedar Nut Oil Enriched with Cedar Resin 10%)
Turpentine balm (Siberian Cedar Nut Oil Enriched with Cedar Resin 10%)

Turpentine balm (Siberian Cedar Nut Oil Enriched with Cedar Resin 10%)

Regular price
$12.00
Sale price
$12.00

Background Information


Turpentine balm, also called Zhivitsa and even the Elixir of Life, is Siberian Cedar Nut Oil enriched with purified Cedar resin.

Cedar resin itself has a lot of important medicinal properties, but combined with Cedar Nut Oil, rich in unsaturated fatty acids, vitamins and minerals, it achieves a much more powerful therapeutic effect than each component individually.

Turpentine balm restores and rejuvenates the body at the cellular level and helps it cope with various adverse factors.

Composition: Cold-pressed Cedar Nut Oil (90%), Cedar Resin collected in a non-tree-damaging manner (10%).

Package Content: 95 ml dark glass bottle.

Properties

  • Strengthens the immune system and has strong antiseptic, antibacterial and antiviral effects;
  • Normalizes the functioning of the gastrointestinal tract, accelerates the metabolism and helps to fight excess weight;
  • Increases mental and physical performance and reduces the chronic fatigue syndrome;
  • Stimulates blood circulation and improves metabolic processes in the brain;
  • Cleanses the blood of cholesterol.

Indications

  • Diseases of the heart and blood vessels: Hypertension, coronary heart disease or angina pectoris;
  • Nervous system disorders: Depression, Alzheimer's disease, senile dementia, brain hypoxia and traumatic brain injuries;
  • Respiratory tract disorders: SARS, tonsillitis, tracheitis or the flu;
  • Gastrointestinal tract diseases: Peptic ulcers, gastritis, colitis or enterocolitis;
  • Liver, pancreas and gallbladder disorders: Cholecystitis, hepatitis and pancreatitis;
  • Skin disorders and injuries: Dermatitis, rashes, burns, frostbite, cuts and abrasions;
  • Joint disorders: Arthrosis, arthritis, sciatica, rheumatism and osteochondrosis;
  • Gynecological disorders.

Contraindications

  • Individual intolerance to the ingredients.

Dosage and Administration

  • Internal: Take a quarter of a teaspoon of Turpentine balm in the morning, on an empty stomach, 15-20 minutes before your meal.
  • External: Apply half a teaspoon of Turpentine balm to the afflicted area, then massage it into the skin.

Storage and Handling: Store Turpentine balm in a dark dry place at the temperature up to 20°C. Protect from direct sunlight. Keep out of the reach of children.

Shelf life: 6 months. Do not use after the expiration date.

Manufacturer / Recipient Organization: “Sibereco” LLC.

Background Information


Turpentine balm, also called Zhivitsa and even the Elixir of Life, is Siberian Cedar Nut Oil enriched with purified Cedar resin.

Cedar resin itself has a lot of important medicinal properties, but combined with Cedar Nut Oil, rich in unsaturated fatty acids, vitamins and minerals, it achieves a much more powerful therapeutic effect than each component individually.

Turpentine balm restores and rejuvenates the body at the cellular level and helps it cope with various adverse factors.

Composition: Cold-pressed Cedar Nut Oil (90%), Cedar Resin collected in a non-tree-damaging manner (10%).

Package Content: 95 ml dark glass bottle.

Properties

  • Strengthens the immune system and has strong antiseptic, antibacterial and antiviral effects;
  • Normalizes the functioning of the gastrointestinal tract, accelerates the metabolism and helps to fight excess weight;
  • Increases mental and physical performance and reduces the chronic fatigue syndrome;
  • Stimulates blood circulation and improves metabolic processes in the brain;
  • Cleanses the blood of cholesterol.

Indications

  • Diseases of the heart and blood vessels: Hypertension, coronary heart disease or angina pectoris;
  • Nervous system disorders: Depression, Alzheimer's disease, senile dementia, brain hypoxia and traumatic brain injuries;
  • Respiratory tract disorders: SARS, tonsillitis, tracheitis or the flu;
  • Gastrointestinal tract diseases: Peptic ulcers, gastritis, colitis or enterocolitis;
  • Liver, pancreas and gallbladder disorders: Cholecystitis, hepatitis and pancreatitis;
  • Skin disorders and injuries: Dermatitis, rashes, burns, frostbite, cuts and abrasions;
  • Joint disorders: Arthrosis, arthritis, sciatica, rheumatism and osteochondrosis;
  • Gynecological disorders.

Contraindications

  • Individual intolerance to the ingredients.

Dosage and Administration

  • Internal: Take a quarter of a teaspoon of Turpentine balm in the morning, on an empty stomach, 15-20 minutes before your meal.
  • External: Apply half a teaspoon of Turpentine balm to the afflicted area, then massage it into the skin.

Storage and Handling: Store Turpentine balm in a dark dry place at the temperature up to 20°C. Protect from direct sunlight. Keep out of the reach of children.

Shelf life: 6 months. Do not use after the expiration date.

Manufacturer / Recipient Organization: “Sibereco” LLC.

Background Information


Turpentine balm, also called Zhivitsa and even the Elixir of Life, is Siberian Cedar Nut Oil enriched with purified Cedar resin.

Cedar resin itself has a lot of important medicinal properties, but combined with Cedar Nut Oil, rich in unsaturated fatty acids, vitamins and minerals, it achieves a much more powerful therapeutic effect than each component individually.

Turpentine balm restores and rejuvenates the body at the cellular level and helps it cope with various adverse factors.

Composition: Cold-pressed Cedar Nut Oil (90%), Cedar Resin collected in a non-tree-damaging manner (10%).

Package Content: 95 ml dark glass bottle.

Properties

  • Strengthens the immune system and has strong antiseptic, antibacterial and antiviral effects;
  • Normalizes the functioning of the gastrointestinal tract, accelerates the metabolism and helps to fight excess weight;
  • Increases mental and physical performance and reduces the chronic fatigue syndrome;
  • Stimulates blood circulation and improves metabolic processes in the brain;
  • Cleanses the blood of cholesterol.

Indications

  • Diseases of the heart and blood vessels: Hypertension, coronary heart disease or angina pectoris;
  • Nervous system disorders: Depression, Alzheimer's disease, senile dementia, brain hypoxia and traumatic brain injuries;
  • Respiratory tract disorders: SARS, tonsillitis, tracheitis or the flu;
  • Gastrointestinal tract diseases: Peptic ulcers, gastritis, colitis or enterocolitis;
  • Liver, pancreas and gallbladder disorders: Cholecystitis, hepatitis and pancreatitis;
  • Skin disorders and injuries: Dermatitis, rashes, burns, frostbite, cuts and abrasions;
  • Joint disorders: Arthrosis, arthritis, sciatica, rheumatism and osteochondrosis;
  • Gynecological disorders.

Contraindications

  • Individual intolerance to the ingredients.

Dosage and Administration

  • Internal: Take a quarter of a teaspoon of Turpentine balm in the morning, on an empty stomach, 15-20 minutes before your meal.
  • External: Apply half a teaspoon of Turpentine balm to the afflicted area, then massage it into the skin.

Storage and Handling: Store Turpentine balm in a dark dry place at the temperature up to 20°C. Protect from direct sunlight. Keep out of the reach of children.

Shelf life: 6 months. Do not use after the expiration date.

Manufacturer / Recipient Organization: “Sibereco” LLC.