Scotch Pine Oil
Breathe - Cold Season
When co-workers start sniffling, diffuse Scotch pine essential oil to help fortify your health.
Breathe - Allergy Season
Keep a Scotch pine inhaler on hand during pollen season. Use it regularly to maintain normal breathing.
Relieve - Muscle Spasms
Care for your throat with a few drops of Scotch pine in jojoba. Massage your neck and chest as needed.
Warm and Radiant
Safety & Shelf Life
Safety & Warnings
If sensitive, may cause skin irritation. In this case, use in low dilution (5-6 drops per ounce of carrier) when applying to the skin, such as in bath or massage oils.
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- scotch pine
Enjoy diffusing this at Christmastime. Also made a wellness roller with this pine + lemon + geranium + carrier oil to ward off that supposed virus we all hate hearing about.
Scotch Pine Oil
I love the conifer oils as spruce and cypress are my favorites. I was excited to try the Scotch pine and I was pleasantly surprised! Sometimes, the pine oils are overwhelming but this one was soft and nice. I tried it for diffusing and loved it. I want to try it for my muscles and joints next.
Scotch Pine -yay!!
What a wonderful uplifting scent - anytime of the year this is a wonderful scent!!
Not what I expected
It’s hard to get a true sense of what something smells like by reading the description and not smelling the oil in person. I do not like the smell of this scotch pine. It has a subtle scent of cod liver oil.
Perfect Forest Therapy!
A perfect compliment to diffuser blends for fresh clean air, along with other conifers it’s like a walk through a forest!