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Benefits of oils. Cedarwood oil

cedar oilContinuing the topic of the advantages of oils, let’s talk about cedar or cedarwood oil.

Cedar oil is rich in various nutrients and vitamins. It contains vitamins A, B1, B2, B3 (PP), B6, D, E, and F, proteins, important for human amino acids, polyunsaturated fatty acids and trace minerals. Thanks to such set of useful substances, cedar oil is able to regulate oxidative processes of carbohydrate metabolism, it participates in the exchange of amino acids, the formation of fatty acids, has a positive effect on the cardiovascular, digestive, endocrine, central and peripheral nervous systems.

Moreover, the use of cedar oil improves visual acuity, positively affects skin and restoration of its natural moisture balance, mucous membranes, hematopoiesis, liver. It has the ability to lower cholesterol and strengthen the immune system to respiratory diseases.

Cedar oil is necessary for our organism for synthesis and absorption of fats, protein metabolism and conversion food into energy. It regulates the cardiovascular system, regulates sexual function and endocrine glands. The high content of phosphatide of phosphorus in oil maintains high operability, prevents tuberculosis and anemia. Cedar oil well struggles with chronic fatigue syndrome, has healing properties, accelerates epithelization of wounds, burns and frostbite.

Cedar oil is used for food. It can replace any other oil for salads for example; you can add it into hot and cold snacks. It is also suitable for massages and a variety of beauty treatments.

For the therapeutic purposes, it is recommended to use cedar oil as follows: up to 3 times a day before meals for half teaspoon. Usually, the course lasts for 3 months according to the scheme – 10 days of use, 5 days of break.


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