Pine essential oil Pinus Sylvestris
Pine essential oil
English name: Pine
Botanical name: Pinus Sylvestris
Used part: Above ground of the plant
Oil-bearing part of the plant: needles, twigs and buds
Appearance: Transparent liquid
Color: pale yellow
Aroma: fresh aroma characteristic of pine
Ingredients: Chemical elements of boron oil are: borneol, boron acetate, and b of flan, pinen, silvery, cadain, carrageen, terpineol and resin acids.
Method of extraction: Steam distillation
Analytical method: Gas chromatograph
Analytical certificate: Available on request
Storage: Store in tightly closed containers at 5 - 15ºC, without direct exposure to sunlight and other heat sources
Benefits: anti-inflammatory, anti-inflammatory, antiperspirant, antiseptic, antiviral, antiepileptic, antiperspirant, antiperspirant, stimulant, stimulant, exfoliating, soothing. Stimulates hair growth, removes hair loss and dandruff.
Usage: Already in antiquity, a pine compress was used for bleeding, open wounds, burns of varying degrees. The detoxifiant is used to treat kidney problems, helps with cycling, in the field of pneumonia and infestation.
Pine essential oil blends well with other essential oils such as lavender, eucalyptus, rosemary and sage. For cosmetic purposes, pine oil is used as an enriching component for various cosmetic products - creams, emulsions, tonics, masks, shampoo and etc.
In aromatherapy pine oil is used because of its ability to soothe increased emotion and tension. It is believed that its scent gives a surge of new life force and increases concentration.
Contraindicated: The pine essential oil should not be used by pregnant women, it is not recommended epiliptics, hypertensives. Do not use by people with individual intolerance to butter.