Information on Siberian pine nut oil as it pertains to the treatment of gastritis is available through SiberianTigerNaturals.com, Siberian Pine Nut Oil and Siberian Pine Nut Oil Knowledge Base, as of 2015. While the FDA has certified Korean pine nut oil as generally safe, Siberian pine nut oil has not been evaluated by the FDA.
The people of Siberia have traditionally used pine nut oil as a digestive aid, notes Siberian Tiger Naturals. This oil may aid in digestion and therefore promote a healthy stomach lining by making digestive enzymes more available to break down nutrients such as proteins, fats and carbohydrates.
Limited research has been performed on the effects of pine nut oil on gastritis and other digestive disorders. In a study conducted by the Tomsk Scientific Research Institute of Balneotherapy and Physiotherapy, 30 patients who took 1 teaspoon of pine nut oil three times per day over a two-month period experienced a significant decrease in symptoms of chronic gastritis, notes Siberian Pine Nut Oil.
Siberian pine nut oil should be swallowed 30 minutes to one hour before a meal for optimal effect, with ulcers and gastritis, according to Siberian Pine Nut Oil Knowledge Base. Gastritis is generally an uncomplicated condition that often clears up on its own after the underlying irritant is removed, notes WebMD.