What are the benefits of pine nuts?
Pine nuts are commonly called seedspine pine, used for food, despite the fact that in the scientific sense of the nuts they are not. In Russia under pine nuts, as a rule, seeds of the Siberian pine pine are meant. It was the Siberians who, before others, learned the usefulness of pine nuts and began to include the nuts themselves and their shells in recipes of various medicinal broths, infusions and healthful culinary dishes.
Small nutlets, yes dear!
In themselves, cedar nuts (or ratherto say seeds?) are not only very tasty but also extremely useful. For example, the vitamin E contained in them not only has a beneficial effect on the skin condition, slows the aging process, allowing you to keep youth, but also protects your body from cancer! Nutritional value of pine nuts is huge! They are a rich source of iodine, contain the largest amount of phosphate phosphorus among other nuts! Even a small amount of pine nuts, thanks to their high digestibility by the body, is enough to fully meet the daily human need for such important microelements as copper, zinc, manganese, and also in amino acids!
Pine nuts have a favorableimpact on the nervous and circulatory system of the body, strengthen teeth and bones, protect the body from thyroid diseases! In addition, they help to normalize the metabolism in the body, which is beneficial for the brain, and the cardiovascular system!
Shell - not garbage
It is also important to remember the usefulness of the shellpine nuts! Tinctures and decoctions from the shells of pine nuts can be useful for inflammatory diseases of the oral cavity, diseases of the gastrointestinal tract and even rheumatism. Spirituous infusion from the shell of pine nuts is recommended to use even with such a serious disease as leukemia! In addition, the shells of pine nuts are also used in cosmetology - infusion from it can be rinsed after washing hair, so that they are strong and shiny!