Disagreements regarding the appropriateness of the use of amaranth oil in violations of the gastrointestinal tract exist. On the one hand, there are allegations about the harmlessness of the product and the absence of contraindications, on the other hand, reports of users about abdominal pain, problems with the intestines after oil intake. There are grounds for such opinions. However, everything is in order.
The healing properties of amaranth oil and how they are caused
Immediately, we note that the composition of amaranth oil contains: more than 70% of mono- and polyunsaturated fatty acids (linoleic (Omega-6), oleic (Omega-9), linolenic (Omega-3), and also more than 9% of phospholipids, squalene ( more than 8%), about 2% of vitamin E, phytosterols (more than 2%), carotenoids (precursors of vitamin A), vitamin D, bile acids, trace elements (potassium, iron, phosphorus, calcium, magnesium, copper), various macroelements.
Speaking about the composition of amaranth oil and its ability to literally update the body, we can not ignore two powerful antioxidants – squalene and vitamin E, which is contained here in a rare, very active form. Thus, squalene is an important participant in the synthesis of steroid hormones, cholesterol and vitamin D in the human body. He actively promotes such processes as:
• saturation of organs and tissues with oxygen;
• opposition to tumors;
• increasing the body’s resistance to various viral, fungal, bacterial infections and to the effects of harmful radioactive radiation;
• improved metabolism;
• restoration of damaged skin and mucous membranes.
Vitamin E, which is also part of the amaranth oil, has anti-inflammatory properties and has a complex beneficial effect on the functioning of organs and systems. The result is;
• lowering cholesterol in the blood;
• reducing the risk of blood clots;
• strengthening the walls of blood vessels;
• normalization of blood pressure;
• observance of hormonal balance.
The high value of amaranth oil is also determined by polyunsaturated fatty acids, among which the indispensable polyunsaturated linoleic acid takes the leading position. It, as well as other unsaturated acids in the composition of amaranth oil contributes to proper fat metabolism, improves skin condition, cardiovascular, digestive, nervous, sexual and endocrine systems, has anti-inflammatory and immunostimulating effects, and also helps the body get rid of toxins, toxins, salts of heavy metals and other harmful substances.
All vitamins, minerals and biologically active substances of amaranth oil are actively working when using the product in the prevention and treatment. Among the diseases that are susceptible to his influence and retreat, there are violations in the work of the gastrointestinal tract. It is recommended to take amaranth oil for such diseases:
• gastric and duodenal ulcer;
• fatty hepatosis;
• alcoholic and viral hepatitis;
It is proved that the complex of substances present in the composition of amaranth oil prevents the development of inflammatory processes in the organs of the digestive system and has an effective wound-healing effect in case of damage to the mucous membranes of the intestine and stomach, and also protects the liver from fatty degeneration and the destructive action of toxins.
How to take amaranth oil?
Recommendations can be seen that differ somewhat with respect to the dosage and frequency of administration of amaranth oil. So, most often it is recommended to take the product 1 teaspoon once a day, 30 minutes before meals. In this case, it is emphasized that the oil should not be heated before taking it, and after taking it – do not drink it with water. The course of treatment or prevention is 15-20 days.
Some healers are advised to take amaranth oil 1 teaspoon in the morning and evening with meals.
The best way to take oil for prophylactic purposes is to dosage one teaspoon 20-30 minutes before meals, without drinking. It is recommended to take it in courses 2 times a year – in spring and autumn.
It is recommended to take amaranth oil 1 teaspoon twice a day 30 minutes before a meal directly in the treatment of diseases of the gastrointestinal tract and to reduce the risk of recurrence. The recommendations also indicate that for one course you need to drink 200 ml of oil. In such diseases, it is desirable to repeat the course every quarter.
Due to the high concentration of substances in the amaranth oil that can stop the inflammatory processes in the internal organs, it is recommended for the treatment of any ailments of the digestive tract. Amaranth oil has proven to be effective against diseases such as ulcers, gastritis, colitis, cholecystitis, pancreatitis, and liver cirrhosis. Useful trace elements envelop the mucous membranes, have a wound-healing effect and protect the internal organs from the damaging effects of toxic compounds.
What can be caused by exacerbation of problems with the digestive tract?
People who call for a deterioration in their well-being after taking amaranth oil, note a number of symptoms that have appeared. This is bloating, congestion and involuntary release of gases, pathological changes in the stool. Such symptoms most often indicate irritable bowel syndrome. One of the causes of this disease may be chronic pancreatitis, and it is considered a contraindication to the use of amaranth oil. True, many doctors here make a reservation: “it all depends on the individual tolerance of the product.” An important point is the period of the disease, because during the exacerbation it is really contraindicated.
If we analyze the reasons for the development of pancreatitis, we can see that among the factors that contributed to it was dysbiosis. To eliminate this problem or at least reduce its manifestation, it is recommended to take amaranth oil. However, it is impossible to include it in the course of treatment in case of exacerbation of pancreatitis. It is also not recommended to take amaranth oil inside with exacerbation of cholecystitis, gallstone or urolithiasis.
First of all, you should consider the individual reaction of the organism. In humans, diseases from the so-called risk group (pancreatitis, IBS, gallstone disease or urolithiasis) may be absent, but it causes discomfort. In this case, we are dealing with an individual feature of the organism.
Doctors warn of possible changes in health. During the first days of consuming amaranth oil, slight nausea and dizziness may be felt. This happens because of the active saturation of the body with oxygen. To reduce the possible risks, you can decrease the dose to the nursery at the beginning of the course, and then bring it up to the desired one. It is advisable to consult a doctor. The specialist will help correct the course of receiving amaranth oil for treatment or prevention.