Coniferous drink is said to strengthen immunity and treat especially respiratory diseases. Coniferous drink is strongly antioxidant and antiseptic. By drinking conifer drink, you can boost your own immune defenses and strengthen your body. The conifer drink can be used as a preventive treatment even before the flu season begins. The well-being effects of conifers have been known for a long time. Throughout the history of the well-being effects of conifers have been known. The positive effects of pine on the respiratory tract were known and lung sanatoriums were built on pine fabrics.

Is soft drink a hidden treasure?

I am interested in whether there is a treasure trove hidden in the coniferous forests, the well-being effects of which are still too little known. It’s only been a while that we’ve realized what kind of super-foods our berries are. Resin ointment is already used in hospitals to treat severe wounds and is also sold in pharmacies. It would be good to get more scientific research on the health effects of needles. It would be good to get funding for the research from an independent body. It would be economically wise in the long term when looking for ways to reduce the costs of public health care and thereby the debt of municipalities, cities and the state.

Making soft drinks at home is easy and free. Fir is a mucus remover, it opens the airways and has an anti-inflammatory effect. Spruce strengthens the body, revives and is refreshing. The active ingredients in kuusenneulas are e.g. Vitamin C, pikein, organic acids, essential oil, which contains e.g. Alphapinene, limonene, cineol, betacaryophyllene, myrcene, bornyl acetate and terpinol. Spruce resin contains pimarinic acids, juro resins and essential oils. In very large doses, spruce can raise or lower blood pressure too much. You should not use moonshine if you have heart failure. The moon is not recommended if you have asthma or whooping cough. Pitch, resin and turpentine can cause a contact allergy.

Pine is body-strengthening and refreshing. Pine opens the airways and is used e.g. For cough, asthma, bronchitis. Flu and colds. Pine needles contain vitamins c and e, bitter substance pinipicrin, alpha, beta and gamma carotene, glucose and fructose. The active ingredients of the essential oil are e.g. P-cymene, alpha- and betapinene, limonene, bornyl acetate, and terpinol. The nila part of the pine trunk contains coniferin glycoside, sugars, d-inositol, pinitol, chinic and malonic acid. The resin contains resin acids as well as alpha- and beta-pinene, limonene, camlene, sexterpenes and copene. Using pine in large quantities may raise or lower blood pressure. Pine resin and resin may cause hypersensitivity reactions and mucous membrane irritation for people with allergies.