“Elixir of youth” (100 ml)
cedar oil produced by cold method on wooden equipment; Larch oleoresin not less than 12.5%; Cedar oleoresin not less than 2.5%; unrefined sunflower oil.
Cedar oil with larch oleoresin
Ingredients: cedar oil produced by cold method on wooden equipment; Larch oleoresin not less than 12.5%; Cedar oleoresin not less than 2.5%; unrefined sunflower oil.
The high content of dihydroquercetin (the strongest of the known natural antioxidants-flavonoids, which has P-vitamin activity) in the elixir makes it able to bind and remove excess free radicals from the blood, which prevents the occurrence and development of many diseases, premature aging, and prevents the appearance of neoplasms.
In addition, dihydroquercetin enhances the synthesis of collagen, which contributes to the long-term preservation of skin elasticity and joint mobility. Dihydroquercetin strengthens the walls of blood vessels and capillaries, as well as prevents the destruction of cellular, tissue membranes and barriers, (which also leads to a significant slowdown in the aging of the skin and internal organs).
Cedar and Larch turpentine activates the regeneration of damaged tissues, prevents the development of stomach and duodenal ulcers, and promotes their healing. Elixir is an effective anti-cancer agent, reduces exacerbations of chronic respiratory diseases: pneumonia, bronchitis and bronchial asthma, helps with coronary heart disease, restores heart rhythm.
Also, “Elixir of Youth” is a great tool for skin care of the face and body, provides all the necessary vitamins and fats, suitable for all skin types. Slows down the aging process of the skin, gives it elasticity and firmness.
Method of use: for preventive purposes, take a teaspoon 1-2 times a day for half an hour before meals.
As an external remedy, it is more effective to apply to moistened skin, it is very convenient to finish the shower with rubbing.
Contraindications: individual intolerance.
Energy value: 899 kcal.
Shelf life: 18 months at t from +0 C to +28 C, (24 months at t below 0 C).