The benefits and harms of alcohol based on pine nuts and the features of its preparation
The core of the pine nut, which is the seed of the cone of an evergreen coniferous tree from the Pine family, is a valuable product that is perfectly absorbed. The richness of nutrients characterizes the fruits of cedar pine. They can be used directly in food, in addition, they make various alcoholic beverages, which will be discussed in the article. Recipes for preparing tinctures are also offered for consideration.
Properties of Pine Nuts Alcohol
The composition of nuts and tinctures on them include:
- minerals and vitamins that contribute to the improvement of the immune system;
- fatty acids that protect the stomach from damage.
Important! It is impossible to prescribe a course of treatment with cedarwood on your own - it is important to consult with your doctor.
- Drinks from pine nuts and alcohol have a positive effect on the body and help:
- with gastrointestinal disorders;
- the removal of salts;
- skin regeneration;
- increase potency;
- cleanse lymph and blood;
- increase immunity;
- with hearing impairment, as well as vision.
Various diseases can be treated with tincture: colds and kidneys, rheumatism and hypertension, ulcers and abscesses.
Harm and contraindications
- Like any alcohol, the drink from the fruit of the coniferous plant is not recommended for some people. Contraindications are:
- pregnancy and lactation;
- age up to 12 years;
- exacerbation of diseases;
- liver disease
- time of taking medication;
- the presence of an allergic reaction.
Important! Improper use of cedarwood causes a number of side effects, such as diarrhea and skin irritations.
Cedar, cedar and "cedar" - the so-called alcoholic drink based on pine nuts, which is prepared at home. Recipes for tinctures are presented below. You can make them both on vodka, and on alcohol and moonshine.
The old Siberian method of making “parsley” has long been popular. He is described first.
1.5-1.7 L34 days
alcohol (diluted to 45%)
Nutritional value per 100 g:
- Take a container and pour peeled nuts into it.
- Pour them with boiling water (water should cover the nuts).
- Set the container aside for 4 days in a warm room.
- Drain the liquid after the set time.
- Then add honey and alcohol to the bowl with the swollen nuts.
- Stir well.
- Infuse the drink in a dark and cool place for 1 month.
- After this, filter the tincture.
- Pour cedar into glass containers and store in the refrigerator. Shelf life - no more than three years.
Did you know? Cedar wood has long been known: sarcophagi were made from it and palaces were built.
1 L15 days
Nutritional value per 100 g:
- Scalp nuts several times with boiling water and rinse with running water.
- Next, peel them.
- Then put the nuts, zest, vanilla, currant leaves and granulated sugar in one common container.
- Pour all the ingredients with vodka and mix well.
- Next, you need to tightly close the container and send it to a dark place at room temperature. Insist for about 10 days.
- Now it’s important to filter the cedar well.
- Then refrigerate for 4 days.
- The finished drink has a cognac dark shade.
Important! This drink can be made on the shell - this is a cheaper method in which the taste and characteristics of the tincture are no worse.
0.5-0.6 L14 days
Nutritional value per 100 g:
- The first step is to lightly make nuts. They need to be poured with boiling water, after 5 minutes, drain the liquid. Repeat these steps three times.
- Then the nuts should be placed in a glass container, add the rest of the ingredients there, except for vodka.
- Next - pour vodka and mix thoroughly.
- Now you need to close the lid of the container and put it in a warm room without lighting for 10 days.
- Every couple of days you should shake the jar.
- After a ten-day period, it is important to strain the drink.
- Then put it in the refrigerator for 4 days.
- Cedar is ready.
Features of the use of tinctures
Cedar is correctly taken in the form of drops or measure the amount of a teaspoon. Taking a drink as an alcoholic drink is possible, but not recommended.
As an immunostimulant Cedar is used as follows: 1 tsp. 50 ml of water three times a day, half an hour before meals.
For joint pain: 15 to 25 drops twice a day, half an hour before a meal. Such treatment is carried out in courses of 1 or 2 months with a thirty-day interval.
Did you know? A wardrobe made of cedar wood does not start a moth.
- Important Precautions:
- tincture can only be mixed with water or tea;
- starting the course is required with a small number of drops (5-10 three times a day), gradually increasing the amount;
- with gastrointestinal diseases, the drink is not consumed before, but after eating;
- only 4 courses of treatment can be carried out during the year.
In folk medicine
Traditional medicine tincture is known as remedy for rheumatism and edema, for eye diseases. The drink cleanses the blood of toxic substances. It is believed that regular use of a healing agent renews the body's cells. There are many suggestions that cedar cedar is able to fight cancer. Cedar is popularly also used as lotions and compresses.
Even for cosmetic purposes, cedar is used. For a rejuvenating effect and giving elasticity to the skin of the face, tincture is applied to the cotton and wipe the facial areas - forehead, cheeks, chin.
Such a tool helps:
- against acne;
- with irritation.
More widely and often in cosmetology, cedar oil is used.
Did you know? Seeds of real cedar are inedible; they are not even eaten by rodents.
The excellent healing properties of cedar and medicines insisted on nuts or shells help with a wide range of diseases. Careful internal use of tincture gives a good result. When deciding to use the drug in the form of drops, a person should notify his doctor and obtain his consent. Rubbed into the skin, this product is able to prevent pain and rejuvenate the skin.