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Gastric and duodenal ulcers helped by extra virgin Siberian pine nut oil: Testimonials
Within a week, I was completely healed*
After suffering for an agonizing 6 months
of extreme discomfort from gastritis and ulcers I was
at my breaking point.
I had been to the doctor and was prescribed
an antacid pill, two a day in fact. But that only seemed to
worsen things, and soon I was popping all kinds of different pills in addition to the original one! Then
up one night in agony, unable to sleep yet again, I
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Within 2 days the pain was gone and within
a week, I was completely healed. I stopped taking the
pills the day my bottles arrived. I have a new way
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Paula K., Kitimat, BC, Canada
I used to spend that much on a 1/2 week supply of antacids*...
just wanted to thank you for this wonderful product.
My wife has been suffering for 8 months
with a bad ulcer. We have spent thousands of dollars
on doctors, specialists, and over the counter meds with
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Jeffrey G., Marietta,
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My name is Mr. Prince A. Originally, I
am from West Africa, but now I live in Washington, DC.
I have been suffering from an ulcer since
1998, and I have spent over $10,000 looking for solutions,
in and out of the hospital. I have almost given up,
until I went online to see if I can find anything.
Eventually, I came across your web site.
Initially I was skeptical about your oil, but I was
willing to try any solution, and ended up ordering your
extra virgin pine nut oil.
As soon as I got it, I took a tablespoonful
instantly. Right away, I felt a big relief in the lower
part of my breast bone and my stomach.Since that day
I have been sleeping well, I no longer wake up in the
morning feeling pains in my stomach.
I can't believe it, it is still like
a miracle to me. I don't think I will ever live without
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verification, I don't mind.
Once again, thank you. Your oil is good,
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Prince A., Washington,
I felt better the very next day*!!!
Your oil is wonderful.
About three weeks ago I woke up in the
middle of the night in agony. It was the worst pain
in my stomach. It felt like heartburn, only 100 times
worse. I suffered like that for a month, every night
and all day long. I was going to the doctor everyday
and living on painkillers. After blood tests, stool
test, ultra sound, CT scan, etc. the doctors couldn't
find anything wrong with me. However, they decided to
put me on the purple pill (for ulcers), which I did not want
to take. It helped the pain somewhat, but not 100%,
and if I ate one wrong thing I was in agony again.
I was constantly trying to find something
on the internet that could tell me what was wrong with
me or something that could fix me. I stumbled upon your
website and I was willing to try anything at this point
(even though I thought the reviews were probably from
people that were being paid to write them).
Well, let me tell you, this oil is a miracle
worker. I felt better the very next day!!! I'm not on
medication anymore either. Its only been a week since
I've started taking the oil, so I can't eat whatever
I want yet, but I feel 100 times better than I did just
one week ago.
Katie S., Corona, CA
has been a godsend*
I ordered your product approximately two
weeks ago. I had been suffering from severe stomach
pain. The ER doctors at Memorial Hospital told me that
is was gastritis. The x-rays, pep scans and ultrasound
proved to be negative. However, I couldn't eat or sleep
due to the severe bloating and pain in my stomach.
Your product has been a godsend. I started
taking two spoonfuls and I can now eat a normal meal.
Just this morning I ate two pancakes. For the past six
months, I couldn't eat them without throwing up. Thank
God for your product. I've already turned on my clients
and other friends to the oil. Thanks also to Alex who
was quite patient with me. Even if I have a little pain,
I take a spoonful of the oil and the pain goes away.
Thank you all once again!!!
Mitchell M., Miami, FL
thank you enough and will never be without your healing
Hi, I am a 54 year old man and I have been
a stomach ulcer sufferer for over three years. Manuka
honey has been my natural remedy until now. The honey
is wonderful, but was not healing the ulcer recently.
So I went online to see what I could learn and found
Your website contains a wealth of knowledge,
and I soon learned new information about ulcers, H.
pylori, free radicals, and omegas. I ordered two bottles
of pine nut oil.
Immediately I took a tablespoon and hoped
for the best. I felt better the very next day. Quite
amazing to get relief so soon! The next day I continued
with the pine nut oil and have begun to feel like my
I cannot thank you enough and will never
be without your healing oil again. In fact I will add
the wild flax oil to my regimen as well.
Please continue your excellent work.
Tom N., Everett, MA
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Peptic ulcers are a serious and
growing health problem in the US
Gastric and duodenal ulcers affect about
5 million Americans each year, and more than 40,000
people annually have ulcer-related surgery. Each year,
approximately 15,000 people in the US die of ulcer-related
complications, the worst of which are an internal bleeding
and a phenomenon called perforation.
In the past, it was thought that lifestyle
factors, such as alcohol abuse, stress, and smoking,
cause peptic ulcers. Later, it was also thought that
they may be caused by bacteria called Helicobacter pylori
(H. pylori), although many researchers suggest that
the presence of these bacteria in the majority of peptic
ulcer patients does not necessarily mean that the bacteria
cause ulcers, rather than just add to the severity of
the problem. In fact, there is extensive and mounting
evidence of the fact that all of the above-mentioned
possible causes of ulcer formation merely compound the
real underlying cause: free radical damage and oxidative
and lifestyle-related circumstances are just the contributing
factors, not the underlying causes of peptic ulcers
Helicobacter pylori is a spiral
shaped bacterium that lives in the stomach and duodenum.
It has a unique way of adapting in the harsh environment
of the stomach. Since its discovery back in 1982, it
has been studied rather extensively and believed by
many in the allopathic medical community to play an
important role in the development of peptic ulcers.
Consequently, there has been a fundamental shift in
mainstream ulcer care from the widespread use of antacids
(which temporarily alleviated some symptoms, but did
nothing to address the root cause of the problem) to
the "treatment" of the ulcers with potent
antibiotics intended to kill H. pylori. The
results of this approach have been mixed.
Although antibiotics have now
replaced antacid medications as the preferred mainstream
method of dealing with peptic ulcers, many unanswered
questions about the role of H. pylori in the
development of ulcers still remain.
For example, it is a well-known fact that
the number of people who have the H. pylori bacteria
present in their gastrointestinal systems far exceeds
the number of people who actually develop peptic ulcers.
In fact, nowadays as many as 50 percent of Americans
(and 90-95 percent of people in some other countries)
have H. pylori in their systems, but only a
small minority of them ever develop ulcers. On the other
hand, many ulcer sufferers (especially those with stomach
ulcers) are not affected by H. pylori.
Moreover, an increasing number of doctors
and medical researchers, led by Dr. Martin Blaser, Professor
of Internal Medicine and Chairman of the Department
of Medicine at NYU and founder of the Foundation for
Bacteriology, think that Helicobacter pylori
may be protective against gastroesophageal reflux disease
(GERD), Barrett's esophagus, and adenocarcinoma of the
esophagus and stomach cardia - a particularly deadly
form of cancer that is becoming more and more widespread.
According to Dr. Blaser, H. pylori and humans
have co-evolved for many thousands of years, and, until
very recently, all humans were colonized by these bacteria.
This means that H. pylori must be a long-established
part of our normal bacterial flora, or "indigenous
In February 2005, Dr. Martin Blaser has
published a landmark article about H. pylori,
entitled An Endangered Species in the Stomach,
in Scientific American magazine. In this article,
he has convincingly demonstrated that the decline of
H. pylori in developed countries over the past
100 years has paralleled an upsurge in potentially fatal
diseases of the esophagus. Here are some of Dr. Martin's
conclusions presented in the article:
"The possibility that this bacterium
may actually protect people against diseases of the
esophagus has significant implications. For instance,
current antibiotic treatments that eradicate H.
pylori from the stomach may have to be reconsidered
to ensure that the benefits are not outweighed by any
potential harm. To fully understand H. pylori's
effects on health, researchers must investigate the
complex web of interactions between this remarkable
microbe and its hosts. Ultimately, the study of H.
pylori may help us understand other bacteria that
colonize the human body, as well as the evolutionary
processes that allow humans and bacteria to develop
such intimate relations with one another."1
Consequently, the jury is still out with
regard to the exact role of Helicobacter pylori
in health and disease. While there is a possibility
that this bacterium plays a certain role in ulcer development,
there is also extensive data supporting the opposite
point of view: namely, that H. pylori may,
under certain adverse circumstances, become a contributing
factor to the disease, but not its underlying cause.
And, taking into account the mounting evidence of a
protective role played by Helicobacter pylori
in relation to esophageal diseases, the currently popular
medical practice of wholesale eradication of H.
pylori by antibiotics may create more serious problems
than the ones it is supposed to solve.
Without doubt, this issue requires a lot
of additional research before any final conclusions
can be drawn. However, it is definitely premature to
recommend strong antibiotics as the "default"
allopathic cure for peptic ulcers, if only because bacteria
tend to develop resistance toward antibiotics, leading
to the appearance of new, antibiotic-resistant strains.
The strongly negative side effects of antibiotics, namely
the extermination of the numerous beneficial strains
of bacteria, leading to further damage to the gastrointestinal
system, should not be overlooked, either. When a so-called
"triple therapy" (two antibiotics plus an
acid suppressor) is used, patients are required to take
up to 20(!) pills a day. Side effects of "triple
therapy" include nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, dark
stools, metallic taste in the mouth, dizziness, headache,
and yeast infections in women.
Another serious and potentially life-threatening condition
that sometimes develops after the use of antibiotics
is called pseudomembranous colitis. On average, it develops
in 0.5 to 4 percent of those treated with antibiotics
to eliminate peptic ulcers.
It is easy to understand the enthusiasm
with which the pharmaceutical industry is now promoting
the use of antibiotics and stomach acid suppressors
as a "cure-all" for peptic ulcers. After all,
peptic ulcers in the United States alone are a $10 billion
business, and the big drug manufacturers are not willing
to give it up. However, an objective look at all the
known facts surrounding the problem of peptic ulcers
and their treatment points in an entirely different
Meet free radicals and
oxidative stress: the real culprits behind peptic ulcers,
gastritis, acid reflux, and IBS
Free radicals, also known as "reactive
oxygen species" (ROS), are atoms or atomic groups that
contain unpaired electrons. Since electrons have
a very strong tendency to exist in a paired rather than
an unpaired state, free radicals indiscriminately pick
up electrons from other atoms, converting those other
atoms into secondary free radicals, and thus setting
up a chain reaction that can cause substantial biological
damage. To protect itself from the damaging action of
free radicals, our body uses substances called antioxidants,
which are also often referred to as free radical scavengers.
Oxidative stress is defined as the state
in which the level of toxic reactive oxygen intermediates
(ROI) overcomes the endogenous antioxidant defenses
of the host (Bulger EM, Helton WS; 1998). This
state results in an excess of free radicals, which can
react with cellular lipids, proteins, and nucleic acids,
leading to local injury and eventual organ dysfunction.
Clinical studies prove that peptic
ulcers are caused by a free radical overload
There were many studies done worldwide
to confirm that peptic ulcers are caused and mediated
by free radicals, and to justify using natural antioxidants
to treat them. All of these studies pointed to the correctness
of this assumption, but one of them merits particular
The study in question, entitled The
Role of Free Radicals in Peptic Ulcers and Gastritis,2
took place in Turkey in 2003, and covered 42 people.
In a total group of 42, there were 15 cases of peptic
ulcers, 14 cases of gastritis (inflammation of the lining
of the stomach), and 13 controls. All 29 patients with
peptic ulcers and gastritis were H. pylori-positive.
The study pursued two goals: 1) to verify
that peptic ulcers and gastritis are closely related
with the activity of free radicals; and 2) to see if
there are signs of antioxidant depletion in the affected
tissues. The findings of the study have clearly confirmed
that oxygen-derived free radicals that can initiate
membrane damage by lipid peroxidation do play a major
pathological role in the pathogenesis of peptic ulcers
The study mentions a number of other researchers
who came to the same conclusions. For example, in 2000
a group of Indian scientists has shown that infection
with H.pylori is associated with generation
of free radicals, which leads to oxidative stress in
the gastric mucosa.3
Another group of scientists, which has studied the role
of glutathione in the anti-ulcer effect of black tea,
showed that GSH plays a major role in cytoprotection
Finally, a number of studies have investigated
the influence of free radical scavengers (antioxidants)
on the healing of gastric and duodenal ulcers resistant
to therapy and found that antioxidative therapy stimulates
the healing of therapy-resistant ulcers.5
All of these studies clearly confirm that gastric and
duodenal ulcers are primarily caused by oxidative stress
and free radical damage. Therefore, effective treatment
and prevention of peptic ulcers must be based on using
the best available natural antioxidant complexes in
order to enhance our body's depleted antioxidant shields.
One such healing antioxidant complex, abundant in very
potent and effective free radical scavengers, is contained
extra virgin pine nut oil (EVPO).
untreated or improperly treated peptic ulcer (left)
may cause internal bleeding (right) and perforation,
leading to life-threatening consequences. Click on the
image for a larger picture.
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I received my pine nut oil last Friday. I'm writing
this to thank you for this wonderful product. I've suffered
from a stomach ulcer for over two years. I had this
awful burning pain in my stomach 24 hours a day, plus
bloating from it. Tried everything, but nothing worked
well. After two days of using the pine nut oil three
times a day, I noticed the burning in my stomach wasn't
as bad. Now, one week later, it seems to be nonexistent.
I can't believe it and wake up every day thinking is
this real that after two years of pain, that horrible
feeling is gone! Even my stomach bloating is gone. Thank
you so very much. This is like a miracle natural cure.
Karen C., Elk Grove, CA
Extra virgin Siberian pine nut oil:
a time-tested natural remedy with a proven track record
of alleviating ulcer-related pain and healing peptic
After the fact that gastric and
duodenal ulcers are caused by free radicals has been
proven by clinical studies, there has been a massive
search in the naturopathic community for the best and
most balanced natural sources of anti-ulcer antioxidants.
This search has produced some very encouraging and exciting
results. Somewhat unexpectedly, the researchers have
come across extra virgin pine nut oil – a golden-colored,
tasty oil pressed from the seeds of Siberian
pine (Pinus Sibirica). It turned out that
this little-known oil has been used in Russia and China
for many centuries not just for food, but for successfully
healing peptic ulcers and alleviating ulcer-related
pain. Moreover, the oil proved to be such a powerful
anti-ulcer remedy that, after extensive
clinical studies, it has been officially approved
as an anti-ulcer medication in Russia, China and the