Cedar nut oil is a unique product of nature, which has no analogues. Thanks to its beneficial properties and ecological compatibility, it is widely used in medicine, cosmetology and cooking.
Cedar oil is a source of vitamins A, B, D, E and F, therefore 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 reduces the level of cholesterol, the viscosity of the blood and helps to increase the elasticity of the walls of the vessels.
To take inside cedar oil is recommended 2-3 times a day for 1 tea spoon for 30-60 minutes before meals. The course is 20 days, it must be repeated at least 2 once a year.
To improve skin tone and prevent skin diseases, cedar oil can be used for massage purposes. It is recommended to everyone, regardless of health status and age.
Due to the content of pinolenic acid, cedar oil helps to lose weight. Take it on a half teaspoon on an empty stomach an hour before eating. Add cedar oil to side dishes, snacks and salads in the same way as other vegetable oils to give juiciness and enhance flavor.
Use cedar oil in the form of compresses to prevent dryness and aging of the skin. To do this, just warm up the oil and moisten the gauze in it. Lightly wring out and put on face and neck for 10-15 minutes. Then repeat the procedure. To achieve the result, make compresses 2 once a week.
Cedar oil is good for soft skin cleansing and make-up remover. Simply moisten the cotton swab with a little bit of slightly warmed oil and wipe their face.
Before going outside, especially in sunny weather, lubricate the face with a little oil. It will protect your skin from harmful sun rays and will make even tan.
Add cedar oil to your creams, lotions and home masks as an additional component. This will strengthen the nourishing, moisturizing and rejuvenating effect.