An Australian study in 2008 showed that 65% of cancer patients use some form of complementary - alternative therapy.
Pinus Sylvestris , Rich in therapeutic properties
Conifer tree up to 30 meters in height, with brown bark, pairs of acorn leaves, yellow flowers and conical pine cones.
- volatile oil.
Rich in healing properties, leaves and branches with stems can be used with antiseptic properties for chest and respiratory infections . The seeds are taken for bladder infections, but also for vaginal washing by excessive secretion of fluids.
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