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Larch Tamarack

Larix Laricina

Larch Tamarack from Aromatics

Larch Tamarack

Larix Laricina

Description

Larch provides a nice antispasmodic effect, allowing tightness to release and supporting an opening in the lungs along with providing a powerful anti-inflammatory action. A great respiratory oil for colds, flu and allergies. Larch is a unique conifer that is deciduous - loosing its needles in the wintertime. Sweet and piney - this is one of our favorite conifers. The needles turn a brillant yellow color before falling off for winter. In the spring, the needles are bright green, soft, and feathery.

Properties
Category
2 - Breathe
Aromas
Balsamic
Earthy
Exotic and Sensual
Fresh
Piney
Woodsy
Notes
Middle
Top
Chemical Families
Esters
Monoterpenes
Therapeutic Properties
Antimicrobial
Antispasmodic
Decongestant
Expectorant
Immunostimulant
Mucolytic
Country of Origin Canada
Extraction Method Steam Distilled
Plant Part(s) Needles, Twigs
Botanical Family Pinaceae
Applications + Recipes

Emotional and Energetic Qualities

Larch needles, before gently falling away in the fall, turn a brilliant yellow. This reminds us how Larch easily invites forgiveness and self-acceptance with a fresh start in the spring as its needles come back, soft and green. Larch withstands very cold weather and is incredibly adaptable, reminding us of a strong image and identity, qualities that are reflected in the energetic aspects of this oil. Also reflected in the properties of this oil, larch likes full sun, providing positive energy and casting a small shadow, emotionally revitalizing the dampened spirit.

Recipes
Safety + Shelf Life

No safety issues for this oil.

The suggested shelf life is 3 years.

Batch History
Batch Number Distillation Date
LCH-106 July 2016
LCH-105 Fall 2015
LCH-104 Summer 2012
LCH-103 Spring 2010
LCH-102 Summer 2008
LCH-101 Summer 2007

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Description

Larch provides a nice antispasmodic effect, allowing tightness to release and supporting an opening in the lungs along with providing a powerful anti-inflammatory action. A great respiratory oil for colds, flu and allergies. Larch is a unique conifer that is deciduous - loosing its needles in the wintertime. Sweet and piney - this is one of our favorite conifers. The needles turn a brillant yellow color before falling off for winter. In the spring, the needles are bright green, soft, and feathery.

Properties
Category
2 - Breathe
Aromas
Balsamic
Earthy
Exotic and Sensual
Fresh
Piney
Woodsy
Notes
Middle
Top
Chemical Families
Esters
Monoterpenes
Therapeutic Properties
Antimicrobial
Antispasmodic
Decongestant
Expectorant
Immunostimulant
Mucolytic
Country of Origin Canada
Extraction Method Steam Distilled
Plant Part(s) Needles, Twigs
Botanical Family Pinaceae
Applications + Recipes

Emotional and Energetic Qualities

Larch needles, before gently falling away in the fall, turn a brilliant yellow. This reminds us how Larch easily invites forgiveness and self-acceptance with a fresh start in the spring as its needles come back, soft and green. Larch withstands very cold weather and is incredibly adaptable, reminding us of a strong image and identity, qualities that are reflected in the energetic aspects of this oil. Also reflected in the properties of this oil, larch likes full sun, providing positive energy and casting a small shadow, emotionally revitalizing the dampened spirit.

Recipes
Safety + Shelf Life

No safety issues for this oil.

The suggested shelf life is 3 years.

Batch History
Batch Number Distillment Date
LCH-106 July 2016
LCH-105 Fall 2015
LCH-104 Summer 2012
LCH-103 Spring 2010
LCH-102 Summer 2008
LCH-101 Summer 2007

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