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Cedar Oil for Plaque in Neck Vessels

Our trusted nutritionist answers more of your questions and this week we discuss reducing plaque in the neck vessels using cedar oil. This is a topic that is relevant to many these days due to unnatural diet and lifestyle practices.

A question about Cedar Oil to assist plaque in the neck vessels

Question: Please, tell us how you can reduce plaque in neck vessels with the help of your oils?

Answer: Atherosclerotic plaques inside the vessels are formed with an increase in low-density lipoproteins (fats) in the blood (beta-cholesterol, “bad cholesterol”), which can penetrate into the endothelium – the vessel wall. The main function of high-density lipoproteins (alpha-cholesterol, “good cholesterol”) is not only to protect, but to clean the walls of blood vessels from beta-cholesterol.

The balance of these fats in the blood is regulated by vegetable oils that are present in the diet. Cedar nut oil is rich in omega-9 and omega-3 fatty acids in the form of pinolenic acid, which contribute to the formation of “good” high-density lipoproteins and reduce the atherogenic index (coefficient). To reduce the plaque, you can take cedar oil for 2.5 months daily, 2 tsp. morning and evening before meals.

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