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1. Where do pine nuts come from?
2. Are your pine nut oil, Sea Buckthorn oil, and Camelina oil 100% natural?
3. Are your products guaranteed?
4. Why is your company called Siberian Tiger Naturals?

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1. Where do pine nuts come from?

Pinecones in winterWe are still intrigued by the fact that this is one of the most common questions asked by our site visitors.

We know that it's hard to believe, but pine nuts (botanically, they are seeds, not nuts, but we refer to them using their common name) come from… (surprise!) pine trees. There is a number of different species in the pine family, and all of them produce cones containing pine nuts.

Pines grow all over the world, inhabiting vast territories in North America, Europe, and Asia. Their seeds (nuts) vary in size, flavor and oil content. An excellent source of information about different varieties of pine nuts and their many uses is provided by our good friend Ms. Penny Frazier ("Pinon Penny") at www.pinenut.com.

Siberian pine nuts come from Siberian pines (Pinus Sibirica) – beautiful, mighty trees growing in the pristine forests of Russian Siberia – a remote region of Russia famous for its lush forests, crystal-clear rivers and lakes, as well as the remarkably vibrant health of its inhabitants. Because Siberian pines grow in the most northerly locations compared to all other pines, their nuts contain record quantities of unique fatty acids and other nutrients of exceptional value for human health.

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2. Are your Extra virgin pine nut oil, Sea Buckthorn oil, and Camelina oil 100% natural?

Yes, they are. We start with the choicest pine nuts, Sea Buckthorn berries, and Camelina seeds obtained from the pristine forests and rolling fields of Siberia, where they are grown and harvested in full conformity with the USDA Organic Standards. Our state-of-the-art oil pressing operation uses the latest technology and the most advanced equipment to make sure that all the health benefits of our extra virgin oils are brought to you in their fullest, unadulterated form. We use the no-heat, “true cold-pressing” technology achieved through unique oil presses that are made according to traditional Russian designs.

To make sure that you enjoy only the freshest and healthiest oils available, we use air freight to deliver the fresh-pressed oils to our bottling facility located in the heart of Northern Vermont, USA. There, the oils are carefully poured into bottles and kept in a refrigerated storage facility until ready to ship to our customers. Although all of our oils are highly resistant to oxidation due to the presence of natural antioxidants, these additional precautions ensure that they are delivered to you in their freshest, most beneficial state.

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3. Are your products guaranteed?

Yes, all of our products are backed by our unconditional 100% money-back guarantee. If you are not satisfied with our products for any reason at all, we will issue a prompt refund – no questions asked.

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4. Why is your company called Siberian Tiger Naturals?

When we first became familiar with the story of the Siberian tiger (Panthera Tigris Altaica) – a beautiful, awe-inspiring, and unique creature – we were so impressed and inspired that we named our company after it.
Tiger cubs
Siberian tigers are the largest of the living cats. Their average weight is 500-700 pounds, and the length of their body is 8-10 feet. The record weight for this species is 845 pounds. These animals can be easily recognized by their remarkable coat, which is long, dense and very warm.

Siberian tigers are endangered. Once freely roaming across the Russian Far East, the Koreas and China, they were hunted to the brink of extinction in the early 1900's. Having recovered somewhat in the 20th century, the Siberian tiger, once numbering as many as 2,000, now has an estimated population of only 300 to 400 in the wild.

At present, Russia is the only country in the world still harboring a significant population of Siberian tigers in the wild. A system of national parks and wildlife refuges has been established in Siberia to help the tigers survive and raise their young.

There is a number of Russian and international organizations that have developed special programs to help save the Siberian tiger. All of them need you help and support. We think that you should know that every purchase of Siberian Tiger Naturals healing extra virgin oils supports the goal of saving this magnificent Northern cat from extinction, and bringing its population to a sustainable level. One of the most well-known and reputable international organizations working to help the Siberian Tiger is the World Wildlife Fund (WWF). It would be really wonderful if all of us could join forces in this important effort.

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