Various cleanses and detox-programs have been promoted by nutritionists and dietitians in recent years. The process of body detoxifying is not a new phenomenon but has rather been used by cultures around the world for centuries. Our modern lifestyle, now more than ever, enforces a need for cleansing.
Today, we are talking about a well-known detox method that has been used by our Russian ancestors – the Siberian Cleansing. The word “detox” usually brings to mind scary thoughts about eliminating all food groups from a diet. Compared to the modern cleanses, that advice fasting for days, this regimen is not as restrictive. Read on to find out more about it.
The Siberian Cleansing is a natural way to eliminate toxins and strengthen your body’s natural healing power. In various sources you will find different variations of this treatment that have one thing in common – they are all based on cedar nut oil and cedar resin. The procedure includes minimizing the toxins that enter your body while using natural purifying agents to clean off the rest. Cedar Nut Oil acts on a cellular level, pulling off harmful substances from inside the cell and restoring its normal function. Cedar resin is the strongest natural antiseptic, which fights inflammation, enhances and improves the healing properties of the Cedar Nut Oil. The members of our family perform the cleansing, using either Cedar Nut Oil with Cedar Resin 10% or Cedar nut oil with MEGRE Elixir. From our experience, the best results are achieved when using oil with elixir. The Megre Elixir contains different types of resin – not only derived from the tree as the ordinary resin enriched oil, but from the cone as well.
Potential benefits of Siberian Cleansing
Siberian Cleansing could be practiced by anyone who wants to support their body’s natural ability to detoxify. People, who would like to improve their overall well-being and increase their energy could also consider undertaking this natural therapy.
Further benefits that have been reported include:
- relieving the symptoms of digestive disorders
- clearing skin
- improving the circulatory system work
- strengthening the body’s immune system
- fighting chronic fatigue
How to do Siberian cleansing?
Start by eliminating alcohol and processed foods from your diet. Reducing the consumption of meat and fried foods is highly recommended. Include more seasonal fruits and vegetables, local spices and herbs.
One Siberian Cleansing course takes 33 days. To execute the treatment correctly, you would need 3 bottles of Cedar Nut Oil with Cedar Resin 10% or Cedar nut oil with MEGRE Elixir. The Siberian Cleansing Set was specially designed for this purpose.
Start with half a teaspoon, every morning on an empty stomach and continuously increase the dosage, every three days. When you reach the middle of the cycle (day 18), the dosage starts decreasing, until it reaches the starting position of half a spoon on day 33.
You will find the exact scheme down below.
1-3 day – 1/2 teaspoon
4-6 day – 1 teaspoon
7-9 day – 1 1/2 teaspoon
10-12 day – 2 teaspoon
13-15 day – 2 1/2 teaspoon
16-18 day – 3 teaspoon
19-21 day – 2 1/2 teaspoon
22-24 day – 2 teaspoon
25-27 day – 1 1/2 teaspoon
28-30 day – 1 teaspoon
31-33 day – 1/2 teaspoon
Side-effects have not been reported, except in people allergic to one or more of the ingredients. The feeling of improved energy and tonus starts being noticed around day 7 of the cycle. To retain the effects of the cleansing in the long run, repeat the procedure once every year.
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