Pine essential oil is steam distilled from twigs, needles, stumps and cone from a variety of pine cones specifically, Pinus Sylvestris. Pine oil is also used as lubricants in clockwork instruments. The oil is obtained from the needles, twigs and cones from the pine tree and from the variety of species of pines.
Pine trees are most commonly known as Christmas trees. One of the reasons pine oil has become so important in health industry is because of its easy availability. It is very easy to make and also pine trees grows in large numbers all over the world. Its large number of benefits and easy blending with other essential oils made this oil popular in aromatherapy as well.
|Product Name||:||Pine Essential Oil|
|Botanical Name||:||Pinus Sylvestris|
|Other Names||:||Pine Yarmor, Cheed Ka Tel|
|Country of Origin||:||Austria|
|Color||:||It is clear in color.|
|Odor||:||It has strong, green and fresh odor|
|Extraction Method||:||Steam Distillation|
|Solubility||:||It is soluble in other essential oils|
Pine tree was first originated to Austria and Russia before spreading to different parts of the world. It is one of the oldest essential oil in existence and is also used in ancient Greek civilization. In 2000s synthetic pine oils consumed 90% of the sales market.
Pine essential oil is used as diffusers as well as in bath oils and aromatherapy. It has many health benefits and is used to attain healthy skin, used as home and health freshener as well as acts as a natural pain reliever. It helps in relieving stress and it has powerful active constituents that lower disease causing inflammation. It is also used as detoxifying ingredient and natural disinfectant, pine oil is also used in massage oil, home fresheners, and it is also as home cleaner.
It cures redness and swelling in your body, acts as an anti viral agent, has anti oxidant properties and is toxic to harmful organisms.
Pine oil blends easily with many essential oils.