Pine trees are indigenous to Europe and Hungary. It grows up to a height of 35 meters and lives a very long life of 200 years or more. The barks of the trees are thick and its shoots are light brown in color. The evergreen Pine tree and its needles are subsumed with various medicinal benefits as well as can be used for culinary purposes. The Pine Needle Essential Oil is obtained through the steam distillation of the pine needles. The color of the oil is also pale yellow in color.
|Product Name||:||Pine Needles Essential Oil|
|Scientific Name||:||Pinus sylvestris|
|Country of Origin||:||US, Hungary, Canada|
|Colour||:||Light yellow in color|
|Odor||:||It has woody fragrance|
|Extraction Method||:||Steam Distillation|
|Components||:||Citronellol, Pinene, Bornyl Acetate, and Camphene|
Pines were put into the mattresses to repel fleas and lice from infesting on it. The oil was also used by the Native Americans in treating various health ailments including scurvy. People of ancient Egypt used pine as an ingredient in cooking.
Pine Needle Essential Oils are good for people who feel a lack of energy. When used in aromatherapy, the oil boosts the energy levels as well as uplifts the mood. Its aroma can also help in the sharpening of the memory and increase concentration. The oil can also be used to clean the carpets as well as the floors as it is comprised of anti-microbial properties that kill harmful bacteria and viruses.
Pine Needle Essential Oil carries several curative properties. It is analgesic in nature which can reduce severe pains in the body. Owing to its anti-inflammatory properties, this essential oil can be very useful is reducing joint pains, radical damage, and arthritis. Moreover, the oil can also help in treating coughs, viral fever, and sore throat.
Pine Needle Essential Oil can be blended with Thyme, Juniper, Lavender, Sage, and Tea Tree.