Pine is a familiar aroma due its use in household cleansers. It is popular for its "forest" scent. Who can resist the smell of a Pine tree?
Scotch Pine is often used in diffusion blends for energy and to counteract fatigue. It is also used in soaps, cosmetics, and as a flavoring in alcoholic and soft drinks.
Wild crafted, our Pine Scotch will take you away to a pine forest!Uses of Pine Scotch Essential Oil
HungaryHistory and Background
Pine has a long history. The ancient Egyptians employed the kernels from the pine cone in cooking. Native Americans added Pine needles to the stuffing of mattresses to repel lice and fleas.
Some violinists use the resin of pine to prepare their bow. Turpentine is also made from this versatile plant. Pine is used extensively in the perfume industry. And, of course, the pine tree gives us wood for everything from furniture to home building.
Holistically, Pine helps concentration and mood. It is fortifying, helping to restore confidence, disperse melancholy, and counteract pessimism. It helps define personal boundaries and self-identity, strengthens forgiveness, and self-acceptance.Physical Description
Colorless or pale yellow in color with a slightly oily consistency.Aromatic Description
Strong, fresh, coniferous, balsamic, woody, dry, and turpentine-like aromaBiological Makeup and Components
Monoterpene hydrocarbons, including pinene, carene, dipentene, limonene, terpinenes, myrcene, ocimene, camphene, sabinene and bornyl acetate, cineol, citral, chamazuleneExtraction Technique
Steam distilled from needles.Information for Aromatherapists
Pine Scotch is a middle note, blending well with Bergamot, Cedarwood, Clary Sage, Cypress, Eucalyptus, Frankincense, Grapefruit, Juniper, Lavender, Lemon, Marjoram, Niaouli, Peppermint, Ravensara, Rosemary, Sage, Sandalwood, Tea Tree, and Thyme.
Our wild crafted Pine Scotch essential oil is 100% pure and natural. It is free of any chemicals, pesticides, synthetic perfumes, fillers or carrier oils.Cautions