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This week in preparation for Valentine’s Day, Harley Street’s world leading naturopathic physician Harald Gaier unveils new findings into what could be the world’s best kept secret…a natural remedy that works the kind of magic only previously experienced with certain well known pills, but without their Hoping to bring that loving feeling back to Britain, Harald Gaier, who has been the Director of Medical Research at two major clinics in London, reveals that the pine nuts of the Siberian Cedar, Pinus sibirica, contain oil that provides potency to men as he encourages us all to turn to natural remedies rather than pharmaceutical drugs if we need help in the bedroom department. Research* shows Pinus sibirica delivers a super-abundance of valuable nutrients to the human body.
Available as either a soft-gel or in the actual oil, it is known to overcome the impotence associated with diabetes mellitus, in most instances, and it provides noticeable vigour and strength to the ordinary In Sibiria the tree, which grows to 80 metres and lives for 100 odd years, is referred to as the Queen of the Taiga, because its nuts provide the men there with tremendous health and sexual vitality. Harald Gaier, who has also spent six years serving on the Research Committee of the Prince of Wales' Foundation for Integrated Health as a naturopathic physician is currently spearheading a campaign to raise awareness of the benefits of natural treatments and with over four decades of clinical experience, he uses natural remedies to cure everything from hangovers to prostate cancer, cold sores to thrush. Dr Gaier said: “Statistics show us that the use of Viagra is huge in the UK and I want to alert people to the dangers of using such drugs regularly. Now there’s an alternative, why would people suffer the headaches and stomach cramps, when they can get the same results without them. My colleagues in Germany who have tested this tell me "It's better than Viagra". He added: "There is a natural remedy for most medical problems and my mission is to try and highlight some of the alternatives so people have a choice”. The product is expected to be freely available from a mail-order supplier in the next three weeks or so.
More information will be available and he will also tweet the latest findings at To discuss any medical concerns you can also book an appointment on - For more information on Pinus sibirica go to Carriers (NLC) on the basis of Siberian pine (Pinus sibirica) Seed Oil, Pharmazie, January 2010, 65(1): 25-31, electronic ISSN: 0031-7144; and V M Dembitsky; Astonishing Diversity of Natural Surfectants: 5 Biologically Active Glycosides of Aromatic Metabolites, Lipids, September 2005, 40(9): 869-900). - The nut oil contains the following trace elements: copper, magnesium, manganese, silica, potassium, phosphorus, calcium, molybdenum, iodine, tin, zinc, iron, silver, cobalt, sodium, glucose, dextrin, pentosans, albumin, globulin, glutelins and prolamins. - It delivers these vitamins: thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, vitamin E and vitamin F (i.e. the essential fatty linoleic [LA] and alpha-linoleic [LNA] acids). - It also carries the following amino acids: tryptophan, leucine, isoleucine, valine, lysine, methionine, histidine, proline, cerine, glycine, alanine, glutamic acids, asparafine, cystine, cysteine, - These nuts are highly prized by men in Sibiria Distributed via Response Source ( on behalf of Chocolate PR Copyright 1999-2011 Daryl Willcox Publishing Ltd Melrose House, 42 Dingwall Road, Croydon, London, CR9 2DX UK e: t: 0845 370 7777 f: 0845 370 7776 w: Response Source is a registered trademark of Daryl Willcox Publishing Ltd.


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