Pine Needle (Pinus sylvestris)

Helps Promote

Helps Relieve
Depression, fatigue, nervousness

Pinus sylvestris
Ingredients: Pure pine needle oil
Aroma: Balsamic, pine scent
Benefits: Purifying, centering, refreshing
Mixes Well With: Balsam fir needle oil, cedarwood oil, juniper berry oil, or rosemary oil
Extraction Method: Steam Distilled from pine tree needles

One of the most recognizable trees in the world, the pine is found throughout many regions of the Northern Hemisphere and consists of approximately 126 species in the genus Pinus. North American natives used many parts of the pine tree as traditional herbal remedies, including wood, bark, needles, cones, seeds and sap. Pine needles and bark are known to contain vitamin C, and American Indians brewed herbal teas with them. They would also cut strips of bark and use them as compresses and wound coverings. Today the refreshing scent of pine can be found in a variety of cleaning and air freshening products. As an essential oil for aromatherapy pine needle oil ranges from fresh and foresty to pungent and balsamic, and is purifying, centering and refreshing.
an essential oil surgeon, removing tails and outgrowths of black energy, eliminating stagnant processes in the energy shell, enhances the breath of the aura, the influx of new energy, purification and renewal of the aura. Helps to quickly restore strength after a heavy emotional impact, develops a philosophical perception of trouble and optimism