Pine Oil

Pine Oil

Pine Oil

  • Suitable for Vegans
  • GC/MS Tested

Pine Oil 5ml

Ref: EPIN005
2.84 (ex VAT)

Pine Oil 10ml

Ref: EPIN010
5.71 (ex VAT)

Pine Oil 30ml

Ref: EPIN030
13.42 (ex VAT)
2.5mls = (.0845oz), 5mls = (.169oz), 10mls = (.338oz), 30mls = (1oz), 50mls = (1.69oz), 100mls = (3.38oz), 250mls= (8.45oz), 500mls = (16.9oz), 1000mls = (33.8oz)

 

Clearing/deodorizing. Excellent air-freshener/antiseptic. Inhale to clear nose and promote easy breathing. A good choice for adding to a morning bath. Extensively used in veterinary preparations. Not to be mistaken with less expensive fir oil. Organically grown.

Product Details
Product Details

Clearing/deodorizing. Excellent air-freshener/antiseptic. Inhale to clear nose and promote easy breathing. A good choice for adding to a morning bath. Extensively used in veterinary preparations. Not to be mistaken with less expensive fir oil. Organically grown.

Additional Information
Additional Information

KOBASHI PINE OIL 100% Pure

LATIN NAME: Pinus sylvestris; Scots Pine (Scotch in some older books such as Guenther's)
SOURCE: Steam distilled from the needles.
COLOUR: Clear to pale yellow.
ORIGIN: Lithuania.
AROMA: Fresh, green, terpintine, true to the crushed needles.

QUALITIES: Clearing and deodorising. An excellent air-freshener and antiseptic. Useful as an inhalation to relieve bronchial tracts and blocked sinuses. Dried pine was used by the American Indians to stuff mattresses to repel fleas and lice. A good choice for adding to a morning bath especially if you will be travelling on public transport or if you will be amongst crowds, as pine will help to protect on a psychic as well as physical level. Extensively used in veterinary preparations. Not to be mistaken with less expensive fir oil. Organically grown: no pesticides or herbicides used.

Blends well with Cedarwood, Rosemary, Lavender, Sage, Marjoram, Juniper, Lemon, Eucalyptus and Tea tree.

A member of the Pinaceae family, a tall evergreen tree up to forty metres high. It has green/blue needles, which are long and grow in pairs, the bark is a reddish brown with deep fissures. The cones are green turning to brown. Native to Eurasia.

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