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The scent of Scots pine essential oil is very pleasant, soft and fine, characteristic of softwoods. It is mainly used as a respiratory anti-infective, tonic and for its "cortisone-like" anti-inflammatory action. Excellent for diffusion. 10 ml bottle.
Scots pine essential oil - Pinus sylvestris
Family : Pinaceae
Certification : Essential oil from controlled, certified organic cultivation, 100% pure and natural, uncut, undeterpenated. It is certified by Ecocert France (FR-BIO-01).
Part of the plant used : Needle branches
Method of obtaining : Steam distillation
Origin : France
Organic Scots Pine Essential OilScots Pine is a coniferous tree that originated in Asia, loves the mountains and has developed throughout Western Europe. Its resin and essential oil have long been known and used in folk medicine. The needles of this conifer are distilled. The essential oil of Scots pine is colourless, strongly aromatic and characteristic of softwoods.
With its fresh forest and pine sap scent, it blends well with cedar, eucalyptus and rosemary. Scots pine essential oil is a powerful pulmonary antiseptic in case of a cold.
Invigorating and tonic, this oil invigorates and stimulates the mind. It relieves stress and facilitates concentration. To tone your skin and respiratory system, relax your tired or aching muscles, put a few drops in your bath !
Alpa-pinene, Beta-pinene, Delta-3-carene
*The chemotype is the identity card of the essential oil, its chemical composition defined by chromatographic analysis. The same plant can have several compositions depending on the place and the variety. A chemotype depends on a property, an odour and a taste.
Muscle pain, cold, stress, fatigue, depression.
- Bronchitis, catarrh, sinusitis, cough, laryngitis
- Sciatica, lumbago, arthritis, cramps, rheumatism
- Deep asthenia, "coup de pompe
- Dull skin, psoriasis, eczema, excessive sweating
- Congestion of the pelvis, prostate congestion
- Nervous exhaustion, neurasthenia, depression
Allergens naturally contained in this essential oil : D-Limonène.
Main : Expectorant, mucolytic, tonic, stimulant, neurotonic, hypertensive, tonic, stimulant, neurotonic, hypertensive.
Secondary : Anti-inflammatory, Percutaneous analgesic, rubefacient, Lymphatic and ovarian decongestant, Sexual stimulant, Antidiabetic.
The essential oil of Scots pine is contraindicated orally in people suffering from functional renal insufficiency or with a history of kidney disease, but also in epileptic subjects. May irritate sensitive skin. Not recommended for pregnant and breastfeeding women.
Essential oils are powerful natural substances and should therefore be used with care. Even if essential oils have been used since Antiquity, their mode of use and the precautions for use are often poorly understood. Many books deal with essential oils. It is therefore advisable to refer to it to find out about the traditional modes of use.
As an indication, some examples of use
The essential oil of Scots pine used in diffusion will stimulate you in the morning. Diffuse for 30 minutes upon waking. It will also facilitate the release of the nose. Diffusion 15 minutes in equal proportion with the radiated eucalyptus, in the bathroom and the kitchen at sunrise. Finally, it is very good for purifying the surrounding air. Diffuse 30 minutes to 1 hour in living rooms.
In order to facilitate the clearing of the respiratory tract, put 4 to 5 drops of essential oil of Scots pine on a tissue and breathe, or 2 to 3 drops in a bowl of hot water in inhalation, 2 to 3 times a day for 1 week.
"Whiplash" recipe : Solubilize 4 drops of pine, 6 of radiated eucalyptus and 2 of fine lavender and thyme thymol in 100 ml of vegetable oil. A teaspoon in a bowl of boiling water inhaled, 2 to 3 times for 1 week.
It is advisable to mix a few drops of essential oil with vegetable oil (sweet almond, jojoba, macadamia, rosehip, argan, olive, etc.) to use as massage oil.
To relieve joints or sensitive/stiffened muscles to regain tone and vigor in the event of a cold snap, you can dilute 20 to 30 drops of Scots pine essential oil in 100 ml of vegetable oil, then massage locally.
Since essential oils are not soluble in water, they must be mixed with an emulsifier before pouring them into the bath. For example, they can be mixed with a liquid soap, a neutral shampoo (1 tablespoon) or our dispersant Solubol®. As a general rule, it is advisable not to exceed 10 drops per bath and not to stay longer than 20 minutes. Dispersing 10 drops of Scots pine essential oil in a warm bath will stimulate and relieve you of that stuffy nose feeling.
To help maintain tone and vitality, you can dilute 1 drop of Scots pine essential oil in a teaspoon of honey or vegetable oil, 1 to 2 times a day (maximum daily dose: 2 drops, i.e. 0. 08ml).
An essential oil is made up of chemically defined molecules (about 10,000 listed) that have been secreted by special plant cells. It can consist of from one to several hundred molecules, which helps explain why some essential oils have many properties but different therapeutic effectiveness. To guarantee the properties necessary for effective aromatherapy, it is important that an essential oil is 100% pure and natural (not cut, not deterpenated, not mixed with alcohol or vegetable oils) and preferably organic. This is the case for the essential oils we sell. They are sold in tinted bottles with a dropper cap.
Go to the "Properties and characteristics of essential oils" file. Whether pure or mixed, you can use them in our different diffuser models. The information given on each essential oil is for guidance only. Beware of self-diagnosis, do not hesitate to consult an aromatherapist or any other recognised professional and read our special file "properties of essential oils"in our thematic files.
Essential oils are primarily used to help you treat many ailments. But beware, even if essential oils are often extracted from edible plants, their concentrations make it necessary to remain cautious and respect their curative power. The use of essential oils is relatively simple and if you follow a few basic rules, they will put their therapeutic genius at your disposal. Covering with essential oils has more advantages than disadvantages.
Find in our primer on care with essential oils, all the ailments for which the essential oil of Scots pine enters the composition of the mixture :
Dry mouth, Lower back pain, Epidemic, Loss of voice, Arterial hypotension, Lumbago, Neuralgia, Prostate disorders, Toothache, Snoring.
WARNING : These properties, indications and methods of use are taken from reference works or websites in aromatherapy, hydrotherapy and phytotherapy. They are found there on a regular basis and many of them have been confirmed by observations in the scientific community. However, this information is given for information purposes, it can not in any way constitute medical information, nor engage our responsibility. For any use of essential oils for therapeutic purposes, consult a doctor.
Hazard statements : Flammable liquids and vapours. Causes skin irritation. Can cause cutaneous allergy. Causes serious eye irritation. May be fatal if swallowed and enters airways. Very toxic to aquatic organisms, causes long lasting adverse effects.
Precautionary statements : Keep away from heat/sparks/open flames/hot surfaces. Dont smoke. Avoid release into the environment. Wear protective gloves/protective clothing/eye protection/face protection. In case of contact with skin, wash thoroughly with soap and water. If swallowed, call a poison control center or doctor immediately. Dispose of contents/container in accordance with applicable laws.
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