Pine Needle Biocatalytic Respiration Therapy
Have you heard of Biocatalytic Therapy? Well, before we explain what this is, lets first talk about pine needle. Pine needle extract has been used for centuries to aid a multitude of health issues. It stimulates the body and mind causing an energizing effect.
Pine needle extract especially helps with improved respiration. It also helps with swelling, joint pain and discomfort, congestion, and acts as an expectorant. Also, pine needle extract slows the process of cellular deterioration, thus providing anti-aging benefits. As a potent antioxidant and antimutagenic, pine needle extract has been shown to inhibit cancer cell growth.
Dr. Johanna Budwig was very keen on using all kinds of plant-based remedies, essential oils, and herbs in treating her cancer patients naturally.
At our integrative cancer clinic, we have our patients use a biocatalytic respiration device. They breathe in the volatile parts from the terpene compound extracted from the essential oil of pine resin and peroxide.
Have you ever walked through a dense pine forest and breathed in that fresh, healthy air? That is the sensation and benefit you obtain when breathing for 10 to 15 minutes with the ‘Biocatalytic Pine Needle device.’
Hippocrates called the ‘father of medicine,’ noted the strong healing effect of pine needle extracts on the human respiratory system.
Pine oil, obtained by extracting essential oils from the needles of pine trees, is a robust therapeutic aid and a powerful agent against harmful organisms of all kinds. Many common health issues such as Flu and its symptoms, tiredness and sleep deprivation, high blood pressure, depression, and many types of cancer can be helped with pine needle extracts.
Therapeutic Benefits Of Pine Needle Respiration
- The hepatic (liver) congestion is reduced up to 30%
- Cardiovascular stress reduced up to 35%
- 100% improvement in blood cells circulation
- 20% of free radicals are eliminated
To find out more about this and many other natural therapies offered at the Budwig Center, please request a free consultation.