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Ponderosa Pine Hydrosol

Pinus ponderosa

Our wildcrafted ponderosa pine hydrosol from Montana, USA is extra special to us because this is one of the natural aromatherapy products we produce ourselves! The aroma of this ponderosa pine hydrosol will transport you to a grove of gorgeous ponderosa pine trees, deep in a cool, mossy forest.



We like to put 1-2 teaspoons of this hydrosol in 8-12 ounces of water to make a refreshing general health tonic. In addition to boosting overall wellbeing, it can help support the immune system and strengthen lung support, especially when needing an expectorant. It has also been used as a rinse when one is looking to get rid of unwanted dandruff. Various North American indigenous tribes value ponderosa pine for its antiseptic and vulnerary properties, using it to treat a wide range of skin problems including cuts, wounds, and burns. These communities also traditionally made a tea from ponderosa pine needles as it provides an excellent source of Vitamin C. The needles were also commonly used in various healing ceremonies producing an invigorating scent of turpentine and citrus.



Country of Origin Cultivation Extraction Methods Plant Part(s) Botanical Family
USA Wildcrafted Steam Distilled
  • Needles
AromasNotes Chemical Families Therapeutic Properties
  • Piney
  • Sweet
  • Woodsy
  • Middle-top
  • Monoterpenols
  • Airborne antimicrobial
  • Analgesic
  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Antibacterial
  • Antifungal
  • Antimicrobial
  • Antioxidant
  • Antiviral
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  • Beautiful picture is taken from our Pine trees.

    A typical GC report shows:

     6.03 % Linalol 
    12.50 % Bornyl Acetate
    4.59 % Terpinene-4-ol
     4.36% Trans-Pinocarveol
     38.12% A-Terpineol
     2.54% Cis-p-menth-2-en,1,8-diol
     3.91% Myrtenol
     4.95% m-Cymenol
     3.39% p-Cymene-8-ol

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Safety & Warnings

Contraindicated if pregnant until more studies are available. The Nez Perce Indians used the needles to induce birthing of the placenta after childbirth.

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