THE INCREDIBLE HEALING POTENTIAL OF SIBERIEN CEDAR NUT OIL AND RESIN

THE THERAPEUTIC BENEFITS OF SIBERIAN CEDAR (Pinus Siberica) RESIN

The majority of articles and abstracts about resin point out that it is named “zhivitsa” in Russian thanks to its ability to heal wounds effectively and rapidly (the verb “to heal” in Russian, zazhivit, has the same root). This is, of course, true, but there are other, more substantial reasons for such an evocative name. According to Jack Tresidder’s dictionary of symbols, resin signifies immortality, a symbolism based on the popular belief that resin is the undying spirit of long-living trees.

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EFFICIENT ELECTROMAGNETIC PROTECTION

Many friends in recent years have developed problems of electromagnetic hypersensitivity with the pain and discomfort associated with this pathology.  This threw me on a search for a solution.  After a few years I managed to combine my knowledge of the virtues of stones and crystals and associated shamanic techniques, to prepare an electromagnetic protection amulet.  Once finished I sent out for experimentation-evaluation to 4 people who had problems with this condition. 3 have replied to date.  I have compiled their testimonies below.

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TRADITIONAL HERBAL WISDOM AND MODERN APPLICATIONS

In the traditional native healing arts I was trained in, we were taught how to communicate, harvest and prepare medicinal plants. We then had to find the 7 plants which would be the base of our healing practice. This is a specific way the traditional Anidagohah Clan Cherokee healers use in their practice. By communing and communicating directly with the plants, these healers develop a personal relationship with 7 plants that will be used throughout their lives in caring and healing for their people.

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DEPENDENCIES AND ADDICTIONS

A recurring preoccupation in comments from my readers and people who come for healing is addiction. A vast majority of people today suffer from a form or other of addiction and dependencies. Most are not conscious of it. Anything can become an addiction: the most common—alcoholism. The most pernicious: emotional and sexual dependencies.

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