Sunday, July 3, 2011
Story about the Pine Needles
The traditional oriental medical science books, Dongwee Bogam and Boncho Kangmok, describe the pine needle (the needlelike leaf of a pine tree) as a energy booster and anti-aging herb. The information in these books indicate that, if used consistently, the human body may experience benefits by taking pine needle. These include reversing the aging process, maintaining good health, physical strength, and vitality.
Pine Needle Oil is extracted by steam evaporation method from the leaves of red pine trees in the mountainous regions of Korea. It is an anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory, and anti-oxidant treatment. It clean toxins from the body. As a dietary supplement, the properties of pine needle oil have the ability to restore energy and vitality. Many people feel better than they have in years after taking pine needle oil daily for 6-8 weeks!
Improvement in circulation is another major benefit of using pine needle oil. Clogged arteries develop over the years, although a person may not be aware of it. This causes tiredness, nerve damage, arterial blockage, and other issues related to restricted circulation.
Pine needle oil is documented in medical books and research manuals to dissolve build up in arteries from plaque and clots that slow circulation. This opens the cells and blood vessels allowing blood to flow more freely. Many users of this oil have experienced a decline in blood pressure or cholesterol levels after using the product for several months.
Pine Needle Oil was tested by USDA. Ingredients: 97% Pine Needle Oil (388mg), 3% Tocopherol (12mg)
How to use: Take 1 gelcap per day after meal in first 1~2 weeks, and increase dosage to 2-3 gelcaps a day taking one morning and one per every after- meal. Pine Needle oil should be taken regularly for 3 months to see noticeable results.
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