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Pine Needle Oil

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EAN Number: 4897085740428
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Pine Needle Oil
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The perfume of pine needle essential oil is often earthy, outdoorsy, and suggestive of a dense forest. It is sometimes described as feeling like balsam, which is logical given that balsam trees are a kind of fir tree with needles. Although leaves and needles are fundamentally different, pine needle essential oil is occasionally called fir leaf oil.

  • Add 2-3 drops of pine needle oil with oils like lavender for a fresh woody scent.
  • Add 2-3 drops of pine needle oil to your bath water for a rejuvenating experience.
  • You can also blend the oils and add them to a diffuser for a pleasant aroma.
  • Great for aromatherapy
  • It can also be used to make scented candles and soaps
  • It goes well with other essential oils and is safe to use
Main Constituents

The main components include α-terpineol (30.2%), linalool (24.47%), limonene (17.01%), anethole (14.57%), caryophyllene (3.14%), and eugenol (2.14%).

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How To Use Pine Needle Essential oil

Pine Needle Oil is mostly used in aroma therapy because of its aroma. But it has many other uses. Here are some of its uses.


Pine Needle Essential Oil Uses

Pine Needle Oil is derived from the Pine Needle Tree, which is most known for being the traditional Christmas tree. Ayurvedic and curative benefits abound in Pine Needle Essential Oil. Pine Needle may be utilised in a range of cosmetics, skincare products, and aromatherapy applications. Here are a few examples:

Pine Needle Essential oil Blends With

Pine Needle Essential oil Blends With

In particular, Pine Oil blends well with the oils of Bergamot, Cedarwood, Citronella, Clary Sage, Coriander, Cypress, Eucalyptus, Frankincense, Grapefruit, Lavender, Lemon, Marjoram, Myrrh, Niaouli, Neroli, Peppermint, Ravensara, Rosemary, Sage, Sandalwood, Spikenard, Tea Tree, and Thyme.

Pine Needle Oil Extracted

Pine Needle Oil Extracted

To get pine oil, pitch-soaked pine tree wood, mostly Pinus palustris but also other Pinaceae species, is treated to steam distillation, solvent extraction followed by steam distillation, or destructive distillation. Pine oil boils around 200°–220° C (390°–430° F). Slashing or smashing pine leaves and pine branches; blending the pine leaves and pine branches to make a leaf-branch mixture; adding more water to the leaf-branch mixture and warming the mixture in a sealed state to make a hot water extract; and cooling the hot water isolate, expelling the solid segments of the pine leaves and pine branches, and accumulating rosin are all steps in a method for extracting essential oil from pine trees.

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