Not everyone knows that the Siberian cedar, or more correctly, the cedar pine, reaches a height of 35-40 meters, and the thickness of the trunk of this tree reaches two meters. Well-developed cedars produce up to fifty or more kilograms of pure nuts per year, which contain a lot of fat.
Milk does not turn sour for a long time in cedar dishes. Moth won't start in a cedar board cabinet. Mosquitoes and ticks are afraid of the ether released by this tree more than fire. Siberians know how to make vegetable cream from pine nuts, which is almost three times more nutritious than cows, since pine nuts contain 79 percent fat. Pine nuts, when consumed, prevent tuberculosis.