Swiss stone pine oil BIO - Essential oil of Swiss stone pine / Swiss stone pine / Pinus Cembra
The Swiss stone pine, also called Swiss stone pine or stone pine, is an evergreen coniferous tree native to the Alps. The Swiss stone pine can grow up to 25 meters high and 1000 years old, its wood smells intense and is used as furniture wood and for carvings.
The Pine oil is considered to be cleansing and clarifying. For colds and sinusitis, inhalations with pine oil have a liberating and expectorant effect. It supports poor concentration, insomnia and mental exhaustion. It has a circulation-promoting, anti-inflammatory, urinary and blood-purifying effect.
The raw material of the Pine oil is harvested manually from high alpine areas, followed by gentle distillation with steam to preserve the energetic added value of the herbs and plants.
Swiss stone pine is used in naturopathy for cold and muscle complaints and for improving indoor air.
Application: For room scenting / air purification and for personal aroma care. The fragrance profile of pine oil is woody, fresh, pure, slightly sweetish-balsamic. It mixes well with: coniferous tree oils, citrus oils, field mint. This exquisite essence contains valuable plant components in concentrated form. These can cause allergic reactions if used incorrectly. For use in aromatherapy, please consult the specialist literature! DANGER! Liquid and steam flammable. Causes skin irritation. May cause allergic skin reactions. Causes severe eye irritation. Can be fatal if swallowed and penetrated into the respiratory tract. Toxic to aquatic organisms with long-term effects. Must not get into the hands of children. If medical advice is required, have the label ready. Feed contents / containers to the collection of hazardous waste. Keep away from heat, hot surfaces, sparks, open flames and other ignition sources. Do not smoke. IF SWALLOWED: Call the poison information centre/doctor immediately. IN CASE OF CONTACT WITH THE SKIN: Wash with plenty of soap and water. IN CASE OF SKIN IRRITATION OR RASH: Seek medical advice/medical attention. Essential oils must generally be labelled with hazard statements and signs due to EU regulations.