Name : Pine, Scots
Latin name : Pinus sylvestris
Description : The Scots pine provides an essential oil long familiar to our grandparents, who in earlier days used it through inhalation in Nordic climes.
Distilled part : Needles
Origin : Austria / Ongrie
Main components : 100% Chemotyped Essential oil
Terpenes: pinene, limonene
- Antibacterial average
- Rubéfiante, painkiller percutaneous
- Lymphatic and ovarian Décongestionnante
- Mimetic cortisone and mimetic hormone
- Respiratory antiseptic, expectorante, balsamic
- Bronchitides, catarrhes, sinusitises, cough, laryngitides
- Sciatic nerve, lumbago, arthritis, cramps, rheumatisms
- Major Asthenias, “blows of pump”
- Dull Skins, psoriasis, eczemas, excessive perspiration
- Congestion of the small basin, congestion prostatic
- Nervous Exhaustion, depression
Do not use during pregnancy and breastfeeding
Do not use neat on the skin
Do not use with children undre the age of 6
This information is given to informative title, they would know how to constitute on no account a medical information, or engage our responsibility. For any usage of Plants in a therapeutic purpose, consult a doctor or an aromatherapist.
Do not exceed the indicated dose.
The food complements do not replace a well-balanced food.
Hold out of reach children.
Avoid the contact with eyes and mucous membranes.
Packaging : 10 ml