10 ml / 0.3 fl oz
The clean, fresh scent of our pure, therapeutic-grade Pine Needle Essential Oil uplifts the mind and literally helps open the lungs. More than 50 percent of Pine Needle Oil is comprised of the component a-Pinene, which is a bronchodilator. Our natural, cold-pressed Pine Needle Oil (Pinus sylvestris) contributes to alertness and productivity through its aromatherapy benefits. The therapeutic properties of Pine Needle Oil are: Analgesic, antifungal, anti-inflammatory, anti-rheumatic, antimicrobial, expectorant, immunostimulant.
Pine trees are fast growing and help with land erosion and produce edible seeds. The oldest known bristlecone pine tree is more than 5,000 years old and is the oldest known individual of any tree species. Pine trees have been symbols of wisdom and longevity to many Native and First Nations people.
Common Name: Pine Needle / Scotch Pine Latin Name: Pinus sylvestris Botanical Family: Pinaceae Country of Origin: Austria Extraction Method: Cold pressed Plant Part Used: Needles Note: Top Chemical Families: Monoterpenes, Sesquiterpenes, Oxides, Monoterpenols
Always dilute in carrier oil prior to using. Pine Needle Oil blends well with Rosemary, Lavender, Bergamot, Lime, Tea Tree, Peppermint and Lemon oils. Combine a few drops in steaming water and inhale to relieve cough and congestion. Add a few drops of Pine Needle Oil to warm water to clean floors, or place in lotion and rub on sore muscles. Use in a standard or Bluetooth oil diffuser to deodorize rooms, or place one-to-two drops in the palm of your hand and inhale deeply.
Shelf Life: When stored in a dark cool environment, Pine Needle Oil will have a shelf life of approximately two years upon opening.
Safety Information: Topical and aromatic use only. Always dilute in carrier oil prior to using. May irritate skin and mucous membranes. Older oxidized oil can increase the potential for skin irritation. Always test for skin sensitivity prior to use. Do not ingest orally and keep out of eyes, ears and nose. Excessive use of any oil can lead to sensitization.