Pine oil, 100% natural. 10ml
The natural essential oils that we offer will help strengthen your tone and spirit, raise immunity, relieve fatigue, clear thoughts, improve mood and quality of sleep, and in the end just disinfect your workplace with the aroma lamp. And all this is so necessary for a creative person and his loved ones!
Uses of Pine Oil
Below are some practical uses for pine oil — plus handy tips on how you can use it at home. Pine oil can be used as:
Fragrance in soaps, creams, detergents, and many pharmaceutical preparations – Analgesic ointments, nasal decongestants, and cough and cold medicines.
Flavoring component in many edible products, including alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, baked goods, confectionery, frozen dairy desserts, gelatins, and puddings.
Insect repellant – To protect your wool sweaters from moths and other insects, pour 10 drops of pine oil onto small pieces of untreated wood. Place the pieces of wood in your closets or drawers.
Air freshener – Eliminate the awful smell of cigarettes and stale air by adding four drops of pine oil to one cup of water. Pour the mixture in a spray bottle, shake it well, and spray it to instantly freshen up your room. Avoid spraying it on furniture.
Massage oil before and after exercise – Create your own pre- and post- workout massage oil to prevent or soothe strained muscles. Add three drops of pine oil, juniper-berry oil, and rosemary oil in two ounces of jojoba oil.
Composition of Pine Oil
Pine oil is best blended with botanical essential oils like cedarwood, rosemary, sage, labdanum, and juniper.
Benefits of Pine Oil
Pine oil has antimicrobial, antiseptic, antifungal, anti-neuralgic, and anti-rheumatic properties. It also works as a good decongestant and expectorant for respiratory ailments.
Possible skin sensitivity. Keep out of reach of children.
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