Natural Chewing Gum Vs. Regular Gum

Did you know that you have two different categories of chewing gum to choose from? Natural chewing gum made with pure, nature-made ingredients and chemically derived gum made from toxic ingredients. While you don’t digest your gum, you digest the chemicals or natural components release while you chew. Both are pleasant to chew, but one gum heals, and one increases your health risks.

Gum As Medicine

Gum is most often turned to as a breath freshener but was originally chewed as one of nature’s many medicines. Natural gum from Siberian Treasure is made from pure larch tree resin, with complementary natural ingredients and extracts designed to return gum to its original medicinal purpose.

Standard Store-Bought Chewing Gum

Tree resins have been chewed for over 9 000 years and have evolved into the modern day store-bought gum. Whether you are chewing for pleasure or to freshen your breath you are likely doing more harm than good. Store bought gum is chemically derived, containing artificial flavors, coloring, and toxic ingredients. And your breath is likely to be worse after chewing. Here’s a closer look:

Aspartame: Aspartame is a sweetener contains methanol and formaldehyde and can not be fully filtered by your liver or kidneys. It’s been linked to cancer, weight gain, birth defects, brain tumors, and Alzheimer’s.

Titanium Dioxide: used to make gum an appealing color, this toxin has been linked to autoimmune disorders, asthma, and Crohn’s disease.

BHT: Butylated hydroxytoluene has been banned in both the UK and Japan for its links to organ toxicity, particularly the liver and kidney, and for causing hyperactivity in children.

Acesulfame K: a synthetic sweetener and known carcinogen, with side effects that range from headaches, nausea, eyesight problem, mood swings, and impairment of the liver and kidneys.

The choice is easy, a pure natural gum by Siberian Treasure that tastes good and comes with powerful medicinal properties.

Vegan sesame seeds flour cookies – sugar and gluten free



  • Siberian sesame seeds flour – 1 cup;
  • Fresh carrots – 1 small piece;
  • Cinnamon – 1 tsp;
  • Sesame oil – 2-3 tbsp;
  • Gluten-free oats – 1 cup;
  • Siberian pine nuts – 1/2 cup;
  • Salt – by taste;
  • Honey – 1/4 cup;
  • Baking powder – 1 tsp;
  • Sesame seeds – optional.


  1. Grate the carrot on a coarse grater.
  2. Grind pine nuts, oats, and grated carrots in a blender.
  3. Blend the ground mixture with the sesame seeds flour, cinnamon, honey, salt, and baking powder.
  4. Add the sesame oil, just enough to form cookie balls, be careful not to add too much.
  5. Slightly flatten the cookie balls, sprinkle with sesame seeds, and bake at 180 degrees C for 8-10 minutes. The convenient way to store these cookies is to keep them in a closed container.

Homemade ice cream recipe with Siberian berry freeze-dried powder

The easiest way to make homemade ice cream is to whip cream with a blender and top it with condensed milk and a spoonful of your favorite Siberian berry powder. We added some cloudberries. The resulting flavor is unusual with a bit of sourness. This healthy and unusual ice cream will cheer you up even on the most routine day.

Ingredients for 3 servings of ice cream:


  1. Whip the cooled cream for about 3 minutes to produce peaks.
  2. Add condensed milk and cloudberry powder. Continue whipping for another minute.
  3. Put the resulting mixture into a container, cover with a lid and leave in the freezer for 3-5 hours.
  4. Spoon into the glass bowls and decorate with mint leaves.


P.S.: If you do not feel like making homemade ice cream, you can buy ordinary white ice cream in the grocery store and sprinkle it with your favorite Siberian berry freeze-dried powder, thereby increasing its healthfulness and diversifying the taste.

Delicious Carrot Cake Recipe for Easter! HAPPY EASTER!

To celebrate the glorious holiday of Easter, we have prepared for you our version of carrot cake recipe. The special ingredients of our recipe are Siberian pumpkin seed flour, Siberian carrots powder, and Siberian pine nuts. All those make the cake not only incredibly tasty, but also healthier.

Dough ingredients:


Whip two eggs with 150 grams of sugar. Add 120 grams of odorless vegetable oil. Sift in 80 grams of wheat flour + 30 grams of pumpkin seed flour. Add 2 grams of baking soda and 4 grams of baking powder to the flour. Use a mixer to blend everything thoroughly. Add 130 grams of finely grated carrot + 30 grams of carrot powder. Mix everything, add pine nuts if desired. Bake at 170 C for about 20 minutes.

Cake cream:

Mix together 250 grams of cottage cheese, 70 grams of powdered sugar, 70 grams of 33% fat cream, and give it a good whisk.

Cut the cake into layers, place the cream in between and on top, sprinkle with freeze-dried carrots powder and pine nuts.

Enrich your Carrot Cake with healthy products!



Health benefits of freeze-dried berries, fruits, and vegetables:

Berries, fruits, and vegetables harvested in Siberia are carefully sorted and washed to then undergo the freeze-drying procedure. The process involves freezing and low-temperature water removal by means of vacuum sublimation. As a result, the moisture evaporates, leaving behind a dry product with no loss of nutrients or flavor.

  1. Nutritional value:

Freeze-dried foods retain more vitamins, antioxidants, and nutrients than those dried by other methods.

  1. Long shelf life:

Due to the absence of moisture, they can be stored for a long time without spoiling.

  1. Intense flavor:

Sublimation concentrates the flavor of the product, making it more vibrant.

  1. Naturalness:

Sublimation concentrates the flavor of the product, making it more vibrant and pronounced.

  1. Better digestibility:

They quickly regain their structure when added to your usual smoothie, making them easy to digest.

Siberian Sea Buckthorn Oil Beauty Hacks

Siberian Sea Buckthorn Oil is rich in the following nutrients:

  • Omega 7
  • Omega 3, 6, 9
  • Carotenoids
  • Vitamins E, C, K, P

1. For skin beautification

Siberian Sea Buckthorn Oil is excellent for skin rejuvenation and regeneration.

Regular use of the product will help to smooth wrinkles and lighten age spots. Meanwhile, fatty acids and carotenoids work deep into the skin, nourishing it and slowing the aging process.

One good way to use the oil is to apply it to specifically irritated areas of the skin when it comes to redness and acne.

The benefits of sea buckthorn oil for facial skin are undeniable. It moisturizes dry skin, cleanses oily skin, and tones fading skin. The easiest way to use it is to add a few drops to your regular face cream. It can also be mixed with other ingredients (egg, sour cream, honey, fruit porridge) to then be applied to the face in the form of masks and compresses.

2. For hair beautification

Due to high levels of flavonoids, C, E, and B-complex vitamins, provitamin A, and selenium in its composition, sea buckthorn oil:

  • stimulates the growth of new healthy hair, prevents hair loss;
  • revitalizes and strengthens dry and brittle hair;
  • softens, helps eliminate scalp flaking and irritation;
  • enhances hair shine and elasticity;
  • protects strands from the harmful effects of UV light.

Sea buckthorn oil can be used for hair care without supplementing it with other components. Heat it up and apply to the roots, strands, and ends of the hair and leave it on for 2 hours. Don’t forget to wrap your head in a terry towel.

3. For gastrointestinal health

With the beneficial properties of sea buckthorn oil being proven by scientific studies, it can therefore be prescribed by a doctor as part of a comprehensive therapy for various diseases: digestive tract, liver, pancreas, eyes, epidermis, and oral cavity.

Sea Buckthorn Oil provides a healing effect on the mucous membranes of the esophagus, stomach, and intestines.

The recommended intake is 1 teaspoon twice a day, in the morning and evening before meals (15-20 minutes beforehand). Be sure to continue taking it for at least two weeks.

Health Benefits of Siberian Treasure Pine Nut Oil

From an ecological standpoint, pine nut oil is the purest of all existing vegetable oils. As for its flavor, nutritional value, micronutrient and vitamin composition, it surpasses the majority of healthy food products.

The health benefits of pine nut oil have long been utilized since the old days. In fact, doctors of the past used to call it “a cure for a hundred diseases”. The oil has a great flavor, is easily digested by the human body, and has the same caloric value as fats of animal origin. Thanks to this, one can find plenty of use for it even for a vegetarian diet.

The undeniable effect of pine nut oil for stroke prevention is attributed to its composition, which is a real natural treasure trove of biologically active substances highly beneficial to human health. It includes carbohydrates, proteins, phosphatides, saturated and unsaturated fatty acids, vitamins A, B1, B2, PP, E, D, essential oils, lecithin, amino acids, along with a great variety of different minerals.

Pine nut oil contains three times more vitamin F, which is a complex of unsaturated fatty acids, than fish oil (about 94.8%). Polyunsaturated acids take an active part in the development and construction of cells in our body, regulation of cholesterol and fat metabolism while contributing to the normalization of blood circulation, removal of radionuclides, toxins, and heavy metals from the body. Therefore, regular use of pine nut oil can be recommended to patients whose work activity is associated with harmful production, or those who live in environmentally unfavorable areas.

When it comes to the amount of vitamin E, pine nut oil is five times superior to olive oil. The “Vitamin of youth” helps normalize fat metabolism, strengthens the walls of blood vessels, as well as prevents the development of atherosclerosis and blood clots. Apart from this, it is able to protect the body from the effects of free radicals and slow down the cell aging process, thereby forestalling the progression of arthritis, cancer, and problems of similar nature.

Vitamins B1, B2, and B3, which are also found in pine nut oil, have a beneficial effect on the human nervous system and can improve blood composition. Regular use of pine nut oil in patients’ diets helps to improve their psychological and emotional state: stabilizes mood, reduces the intensity of insomnia and headaches, as well as quickly restores productivity and vitality. All of the above is particularly important during the rehabilitation of patients who have suffered a stroke.

Additionally, pine nut oil contains a multitude of micro- and macronutrients essential for the treatment and prevention of stroke: calcium, potassium, sodium, phosphorus, magnesium, manganese, iron, copper, zinc, iodine, cobalt, molybdenum, silicon, titanium, barium, vanadium, boron, aluminum, nickel, strontium, silver, lead, and tin.

The vitamins E and F contained in pine nut oil contribute to improving vascular elasticity while reducing blood viscosity and cholesterol levels. Magnesium, the content of which makes pine nut oil superior to most foods, has an antisclerotic effect and normalizes blood pressure. Daily consumption of pine nut oil is especially effective for the complex treatment and prevention of many diseases, such as atherosclerosis, varicose veins, angina pectoris, heart attacks, anemia and, of course, strokes. It has also gained popularity in traditional medicine as an effective remedy for duodenal and stomach ulcers, along with gastritis, pancreatitis, cholecystitis, and gallstone disease.

A perfectly balanced combination of vitamins D, B, E, and F ensures that both external and internal use provides a beneficial effect on the patient’s health in the event of flaking and excessively dry skin, hair loss, or thinning nails.

More than that, the bactericidal and healing properties of pine nut oil are widely used to treat a variety of skin diseases: psoriasis, neurodermatitis, seborrhea, eczema, trophic ulcers, diathesis, frostbite, burns, bedsores, etc. Also, if the patient was prescribed sunbathing, pine oil can be used as a tanning agent.

Vitamins A, B, D, and E present in the composition of the oil make it an excellent choice for the treatment and prevention of joint rheumatism, polyarthritis, rickets, and gout.

Aside from its beneficial effect on stroke patients, pine nut oil can be successfully used to prevent and treat immunodeficiency, bladder and kidney diseases, and respiratory diseases. It is also helpful when dealing with diseases of the endocrine system: diabetes, hormonal malfunctions, iodine deficiency conditions, etc. Regular consumption of pine nut oil helps patients accelerate rehabilitation after a stroke while improving overall well-being and contributing to the preservation of youth and health for years to come.

Strawberry Cheesecake Recipe. Benefits of Siberian berries

Strawberry Cheesecake Recipe

Happy to share with you a very delicious recipe for berry cheesecake.

For the shortbread crust, you will need:

  • 60 g of butter
  • 30 g of sugar
  • 200 g of flour

Mix the ingredients together, roll the dough out on a baking paper sheet, and bake it for 5 minutes at 180° C. Then grind with a blender and form the crust inside the baking tin.

For the cheesy filling, the following ingredients are needed:

Stir the mixture using a wooden or silicone spatula. Take your time to add the ingredients one by one. After 20 minutes, pour the prepared cheesy filling over the shortbread crust, tapping the tin lightly against the table to remove the air bubbles.

For namelaka (cheesecake jelly topping):

Let the gelatin soak in water, then dissolve with the milk. Add chocolate and berry powder. Pour the mixture over the top of the cheesy feeling. The topping is to add a beautiful pink color and an amazing flavor to your cheesecake.

You will get Strawberry Cheesecake with a diameter of 12 cm.

Benefits of Siberian berries:

  • High-value soil

  • Clean water

  • Clean air

  • Strawberry as the only ingredient

Experience and enjoy Russian strawberries loaded with rich micronutrients!

Amaranth flour muffins. Our Gourmet Recipe


  • 1st grade amaranth flour – 125 g
  • sugar – 60 – 100 g
  • butter – 50 g
  • eggs – 2 pcs.
  • baking powder – 0.5 tsp.


  1. Whip the eggs and sugar to dissolve the sugar and make a frothy appearance.
  2. Mix the sifted amaranth flour and baking powder together in a clean bowl.
  3. Pour the dry mixture into the eggs.
  4. Use a silicone spatula to knead the dough.
  5. When the dough is starting to settle, add the melted butter and stir it into the dough.
  6. Add cranberries and pine nuts, then hand-knead the dough.
  7. Divide the dough into six equal pieces.
  8. Shape each piece into a ball (one ball should be about 62 grams).
  9. Put the balls in muffin molds.
  10. Bake the muffins in a pre-heated 200-degree oven (both top and bottom heating elements on) for 25 minutes.
  11. Next, let them cool on a rack.
  12. Finally, sprinkle the muffins with berry powder if desired.

Servings – 6 muffins.

For more information of the benefits of Siberian Amaranth flour, please follow the link.

Pumpkin Muffins. Pumpkin seed flour muffin recipe


  • 2 eggs
  • 110 g of sugar
  • 120 ml of cooking oil
  • 100 g of wheat flour
  • 50 g of pumpkin seed flour
  • 2 g of baking soda
  • 4 g of baking powder
  • 160 g of grated carrots
  • pinch of salt


Mix together the eggs with a pinch of salt and sugar. Give it a good whisk with a mixer for about 5 minutes. Add cooking oil, dry ingredients, and mix. Then add grated carrots and mix again.

Fill the molds 2/3 full with dough and bake at 180C for 20-25 minutes.

Enjoy your muffins with a cup of tea!

For more information on the benefits of Siberian pumpkin seed flour, please follow the link.

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