Siberian pine nut oil

If you consider buying Siberian Pine Nut Oil,

Then you’ve probably researched its therapeutic power in alleviating numerous digestive disorders, plus other conditions. Your next questions are like to be these…

How much should I take?

We suggest you start with 1 teaspoon for the first 2-3 days, then increase to 2 teaspoons (or 3-5 capsules), ideally 30 minutes before meals.

What else can I use it for?

Skin conditions – apply the oil liberally to affected areas once or twice a day.
Salad dressing – it’s a tasty salad dressing but it’s not suitable for frying or cooking as the valuable nutrients are damaged by heat.

How long should I use it?

As a health or nutritional supplement, we recommend incorporating it for 1-3 months. This will give you time to appreciate its benefits and notice improvements. Our Pine Nut Oil is a 100% natural food product that only contains oil from cold pressed pine nuts, but before you order it, please seek nutritional advice (and see our Disclaimer).

Why is it pricey?

Location – Siberian pine (Pinus Sibirica) trees grow in Siberia’s extremely remote natural forest, where access is difficult and transport costs high. It’s a highly labour intensive process to pick pine nuts, de-shell and cold press them, which is why the oil is a precious product and expensive to produce.

Age – It can take up to 25-30 years before a tree produces pine nuts ready to be harvested and a one year resting period is needed every three to four years.

What does it taste like?

It has the same woody pine taste you may be aware of from pine nuts, plain or tasted, used as food garnish and a pleasant, mild aroma.

How do I store it?

We advise below 24 degrees C or in the fridge.

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