This article would allow me to start with the following, somewhat longer quote from an article on automotive fuels and lubricants :
In the advertising materials of companies that make these ingredients, customers are promised to restart engine compression, performance, reduce oil consumption and extend service life. These effects are to be achieved by "applying" the CSL alloy (copper, silver, lead) to cracks and pores in the cylinder walls and thereby displacing the wills. Some courageous companies have tried this process to be called a "general engine running" ... After reading the ad slogan, it is clear to anyone who at least understands the engines that it is nonsense. ... The authors probably had no idea what was happening in the war.
Engine oil is not overlaid
Do not be afraid, you're still on the Adaptogeny site and the goal of this article is to put some of the ad's claim about biological "aditives" to our body that's what we naturally have in it . But when I chose this title, first of all about the oil (I copy from Panda's post from the discussion on garaz.autorevue.cz ):
Too much oil can be the same problem as too little. Most people live in "giving a little more and at least not having to go", but that is a big mistake. ... The upper line indicates the level at which there is no overfilling of the crankcase. Repeat may have several unpleasant consequences.
The first is that the constant contact of the crankshaft with the oil causes it to "foam" in the crankcase, as well as loss of pressure, lubrication and damage to key parts of the engine. The second problem is the increased lubrication of the crankshaft, the connecting rods, etc. The engine is a relatively fragile system in which all the power does little damage and oil is not different. Excessive lubrication causes increased stress on the parts concerned, and in this respect "contact with unexpected oil" is a problem. It is said that only the increased crankshaft cushion itself can be observed at reduced engine power. The third thing is that the pressure in the crankcase is too high. This again causes an increased stress on the engine components and sooner or later it results in leakage of the entire system and oil leakage - seals, gaskets etc. can not withstand the pressure in the long term.
The first (engine damage) ... really wants to flood a lot, but the other negative effects are to some extent inevitable from the minimum overflow - the upper line really is not for fun ...