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Pure Organic Pine Needle Essential Oil

Pure Organic Pine Needle Essential Oil

SKU: pinewood

Pure Organic Pine Needle Essential Oil Aromatherapy


Chemical name: Pinus sylvestris.
Method of extraction: steam distillation of the needles.
Part of the Plant: Needles and cones
Origin: Austria Bulgaria.
Aroma: fresh
Color: very light yellow Composition: yellow Bornyl Acetate, Citral, Cadinene, Dipentene, Phellandrene, Pinene, Sylvertrene.

Blends Well With:

Bergamot, clary sage, cypress, eucalyptus, frankincense, grapefruit, juniper, lavender, lemon, marjoram, niaouli, peppermint, rosemary, sage, sandalwood, tea tree, thyme.


Pine has long been used as a decongestant and as a remedy for other common cold symptoms. It is one of the best stimulant on the market. Often used for muscles rub and, arthritis. Reduces inflammation of the gall-bladder an puts a an on gall-stones. Said to stimulate the adrenal glands producing a revitalizing effect on the body. Also stimulates the circulation and with its warming properties may relieve rheumatism, goat, sciatica and arthritis – often used in compresses when these conditions are very painful. Could be beneficial for muscular pain and stiffness generally, Seems to give some relief to digestive problems particularly intestinal disturbances.

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  • Description

    Product Description

    Distilled in Austria from the finest pines, Pine Needle can be diffused to help strengthen the respiratory tract and maintain sinus passages. When massaged into the skin, Pine Needle supports healthy circulation and soothes the discomfort of sore joints and muscles. A true disinfectant, a strong germ killer, excellent for viral infections and for muscular aches, rheumatism and arthritis.

    30ml bottles are aluminum.

  • Additional information

    Additional Information


    17 ml, 30ml

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