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Siberian Cedar

Cedar oil is produced from the kernels of Siberian pine nuts (Cembra pine) gathered in ecologically pure regions of Siberia and the Far East.

Siberian pine nut kernels are cold pressed which preserves all of the health-giving characteristics of the product. Cedar oil contains a unique combination of biologically active substances which are critical the the health of  humans.


  • Vitamins: A, B1, B2, B3(PP), D, E, F;
  • micro- and macro elements (phosphorus, iodine, copper, magnesium, zinc, cobalt, manganese etc.);
  • polyunsaturated fatty acids; vegetable proteins and fats.

Traditional uses: for prevention of atherosclerosis; optimization of metabolism; normalizing  nervous system function; reducing cholesterol; improving functionality of cardiovascular system; for treating chemical injuries, burns and chilblains; for mental tiredness; for enhancing work and mental efficiency; for allergic disorders; for treating  tracheitis, laryngitis, acute respiratory diseases; for children to stimulate growth; for male potency.

Massage with cedar oil helps fatigue and  improves peripheral blood circulation; increases lymphatic flow and eliminates venous congestion in limbs; improves skin elasticity; contributes to rejuvenation of skin and helps heal wounds.

Contraindications. It is not recommended for people who are hypersensitive to processed cedar products. 

EVALAR'S Siberian Cedar Oil


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