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Absolute Aromas Pine (Scotch) 10ml

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Pine (Scotch) is a fresh, clearing, slightly woody oil. It is a great oil to use for respiratory problems, muscular aches and pains and winter colds. Plant Family: Abietaceae (Pinaceae). Country of Origin: Siberia Method of Extraction: The oil is steam distilled from the needles, young twigs and cones. Main Theraputic…

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Pine (Scotch) is a fresh, clearing, slightly woody oil. It is a great oil to use for respiratory problems, muscular aches and pains and winter colds.

Plant Family: Abietaceae (Pinaceae).

Country of Origin: Siberia

Method of Extraction: The oil is steam distilled from the needles, young twigs and cones.

Main Theraputic Properties: Antibacterial, Anticatarrhal, Antirheumatic, Decongestant, Neurotonic.

Contraindications: Non toxic and non irritant in prescribed doses.

Did you know: Scotch Pine is said to be the only Pine which survived the Ice Ages; it can survive at – 40C.

Oil Appearance: Clear.

Chakra: Heart & Brow.

Chinese Element: Metal.

Pinus Sylvestris is known as Scotch Pine in the UK, and as Norway Pine in Scandinavia, it grows all over Europe.

The oil is extensively used for disinfectants, room sprays and other household products. Absolute Aromas has selected a fine oil from Siberia, the major producer of pinus sylvestris.

Add 1 drop each of Pine, Eucalyptus and Lavender to a bowl of boiling water, (allow to cool for a minute once boiled). Lean over the bowl, with a towel covering your head and shoulders and inhale the vapours for a couple of minutes.

A few drops of Pine and Mandarin in an oil burner will enhance the Christmas atmosphere of any room during the festive season.

The fresh, resinous aroma of this oil makes it a very good choice for steam inhalations during the cold winter months.

 

 

 

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DescriptionPine (Scotch) is a fresh, clearing, slightly woody oil. It is a great oil to use for respiratory problems, muscular aches and pains and winter colds. Plant Family: Abietaceae (Pinaceae). Country of Origin: Siberia Method of Extraction: The oil is steam distilled from the needles, young twigs and cones. Main Theraputic...
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Pine (Scotch) is a fresh, clearing, slightly woody oil. It is a great oil to use for respiratory problems, muscular aches and pains and winter colds.
Plant Family: Abietaceae (Pinaceae). Country of Origin: Siberia Method of Extraction: The oil is steam distilled from the needles, young twigs and cones. Main Theraputic Properties: Antibacterial, Anticatarrhal, Antirheumatic, Decongestant, Neurotonic. Contraindications: Non toxic and non irritant in prescribed doses. Did you know: Scotch Pine is said to be the only Pine which survived the Ice Ages; it can survive at - 40C. Oil Appearance: Clear. Chakra: Heart & Brow. Chinese Element: Metal. Pinus Sylvestris is known as Scotch Pine in the UK, and as Norway Pine in Scandinavia, it grows all over Europe. The oil is extensively used for disinfectants, room sprays and other household products. Absolute Aromas has selected a fine oil from Siberia, the major producer of pinus sylvestris. Add 1 drop each of Pine, Eucalyptus and Lavender to a bowl of boiling water, (allow to cool for a minute once boiled). Lean over the bowl, with a towel covering your head and shoulders and inhale the vapours for a couple of minutes. A few drops of Pine and Mandarin in an oil burner will enhance the Christmas atmosphere of any room during the festive season. The fresh, resinous aroma of this oil makes it a very good choice for steam inhalations during the cold winter months.
 
 
 
Lemon myrtle has a rich lemony, reviving aroma useful for uplifting moods and emotions, helping you to relax, lulling you to sleep. Lemon myrtle works well in facial blends for an oily, combination or problem skin.
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Geranium has a delightful, fresh, green, rose-like scent and is an excellent balancing oil for all-round use and is especially popular with women.
Country of Origin: Reunion. Plant Family: Geraniaceae. Method of Extraction: The oil is steam distilled from the plants leaves. Bourbon Geranium is considered the finest type of Geranium.  It comes from the island of La Réunion (previously known as Île de Bourbon), 500 miles east of Madagascar, in the Indian Ocean.  The island has the ideal climate and soil conditions for production of geranium. Pelargonium graveolens is clear to light green in colour and not to be confused with the household variety of geranium, which is a completely different species. It is a greenish coloured oil, with a very strong, well-balanced odour.  The difference between this oil and the Egyptian or Chinese is so significant that Absolute Aromas also stocks an Egyptian Geranium. Geranium blends very well with the citrus oils.  It is deodorising, cleansing and uplifting as well as having good insect-repellent properties. The odour of the Bourbon Geranium is quite powerful and it may dominate over other oils in a blend. Try blending 1 drop of Geranium with 2 drops of Lavender and 2 drops of Mandarin in a teaspoon of Sweet Almond oil for use as a relaxing, refreshing bath oil. Alternatively, blend the same oils with two teaspoons of Peach Kernel oil for a special hydrating body moisturiser with a delicious aroma. After a long haul flight, try blending together 2 drops of Geranium, 1 Drop each of Juniper and Lavender in 10 ml of Peach Kernel; massage in to the ankles to encourage elimination.
Sweet Marjoram has a sweet herbaceous aroma. It is a relaxing, warming and comforting oil particularly good for overthinking and worry. It is also great for muscular aches and pains, lethargy and digestive problems.
Country of Origin: Egypt. Plant Family: Lamiaceae (Labiatae). Method of Extraction: The oil is steam distilled from the dried leaves and flowering tops. Main Theraputic Properties: Analgesic, Antibacterial, Anticatarrhal, Antispasmodic, Calmative, Digestive stimulant, Neurotonic, Stomachic. Contraindications: Non toxic and non irritant in prescribed doses. Did you know: In Greece, the flowers from this herb were used to crown married couples. They were said to be a symbol of love and honour. Oil Appearance: Pale yellow or amber. Chakra:Heart & Solar Plexus. Chinese Element: Earth (& Fire). Origanum Majorana is a strongly aromatic oil vaguely reminiscent of Nutmeg and Cardamom. Egypt is the prime source for this oil. It is important to differentiate between the various types of Marjoram, Thyme and Oregano as their names tend to get very confusing, even to experts. Sweet Marjoram Essential Oil makes up only a small proportion of the Marjoram oils produced, most of which tend to be Spanish Marjoram. Spanish Marjoram (Oregano) is a completely different species, Thymus Masticina, and the so-called Wild Marjoram is the common garden herb, Origanum Vulgare, cultivated all over the world. Sweet Marjoram (Origanum Majorana) is well known as a culinary herb cultivated in gardens all over the world. Try blending 1 drop of Sweet Majoram, 2 drops of Mandarin and 3 drops of Lavender in a teaspoon of Peach Kernel oil and add to a warm bath before bedtime. Blend 1 drop each of Sweet Marjoram, Rosemary and Cypress in 10ml of Sweet Almond oil and use as an after-sport massage oil.
Neroli has a subtle, sweet-floral aroma. An excellent oil to use during stressful situations to calm and soothe the mind and heart. This oil comes from the blossoms (flowers) of the bitter Orange tree.
Plant Family: Rutaceae Country of Origin: Tunisia Method of Extraction: The oil is distilled from the flowers on the Orange blossom tree. Main Theraputic Properties: Antibacterial, Aphrodisiac, Calmativem, Uterine tonic. Contraindications: Non toxic and non irritant in prescribed doses. Did you know: The name of this oil came from an Italian princess who used it as her favourite perfume. Oil Appearance: Clear to Pale Yellow. Chakra: Sacral & Heart & Brow. Chinese Element: Fire (& Wood). Also known as Orange Blossom or Neroli Bigarade, this essential oil is water distilled from the flowers of the cultivated Bitter Orange tree. The Orange flowers must be distilled immediately after picking, as they decay very quickly. Tunisia is the most highly regarded producer of this exotic floral oil. This delightful oil has been carefully distilled in Tunisia with brand new, top quality equipment by skilled and experienced distillers. The difference is apparent in the quality. For a wonderfully fragrant bath when you feel that the stresses and strains of life are too much, try blending 2 drops of Neroli, 1 drop of Jasmine and 1 drop of Clary Sage, in a teaspoonful of Peach Kernel oil and add to a very warm bath. Blend 1 drop each of Neroli, Geranium and Bergamot in 10ml of Sweet Almond oil and apply to the back and shoulders as a pre-interview massage oil. When feeling delicate and vulnerable, especially after giving birth, try 2 drops of Neroli, 1 drop of Rose, and 2 of Pettigrain to a teaspoon of Jojoba, swirl the mixture into a warm bath, lie back and let the subtle aroma bathe and soothe the emotions.
Myrrh is distilled from a resin which has been used since antiquity. It has a sweet, smoky, slightly musky aroma. This oil is soothing, clarifying and grounding. It is a great oil to ease a worried mind and is also used in India as a remedy for infections of the gums and teeth.
Country of Origin: Somalia. Plant Family: Burseraceae. Method of Extraction: The oil is distilled from the resin of the Myrrh tree. Main Theraputic Properties: Antibacterial, Anticatarrahal, Anti-inflammatory, Antispasmodic, Astringent, Calmative. Contraindications: Non toxic and non irritant in prescribed doses. Did you know: It is said no soldier of Ancient Greece went into battle without a paste of myrrh, ready for use on injuries Oil Appearance: Pale to Dark Amber. Chakra: Neri Chinese Element: Earth (& Metal). There are around 80 species of Commiphora, the resin is collected from these thorny shrubs which are up to 3 meters in height. Myrrh has acquired a reputation as a healer over the centuries and as such can be beneficial when used in inhalations to help ease winter ills. Place 1 drop each of Myrrh, Benzoin and Lavender in a bowl of boiling water. Drape a towel across your head and shoulders and inhale the vapours for a few minutes. Try blending 1 drop of Myrrh, 2 drops of Geranium and 1 drop of Peppermint in 10ml of Coconut oil to use as a massage oil on neglected feet. Myrrh is extremely viscous, and therefore more difficult to use. We use a larger dropper for this oil, but with time it may solidify. The only solution is to warm the oil gently in the hands before use, and to be patient!
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