Black Spruce Organic Essential Oil, 10ml

€ 10,90

Black Spruce essential oil is an effective tonic that invigorates the entire body. Here's how it can elevate your well-being:

1. Immune Fortification: Spruce oil acts as a shield, fortifying your immune system against viruses and infections. It empowers your body's defense mechanisms, keeping you resilient.

2. Enhanced Circulation: This essential oil promotes improved blood circulation, bringing vitality to every cell. It also reduces inflammation in sore joints and muscles, offering relief.

3. Respiratory Relief: When the common cold strikes, spruce oil helps expel mucus, eases coughing, and alleviates discomfort. Breathe easier and recover faster.

4. Aching joints: For those battling aching joints, black spruce oil provides soothing relief from pain, making each day more manageable and comfortable.

5. Emotional Equilibrium: Spruce oil offers emotional balance, helping to lift your spirits and increase energy levels. It's a natural mood enhancer, allowing you to face life with vigor.

Incorporate black spruce essential oil into your wellness routine and experience its transformative effects on your physical and emotional health. It's your all-natural ally for a vibrant life..


  • Acne
  • Aching joints
  • Aging Skin
  • Athlete's Foot
  • Bronchitis
  • Cellulite
  • Coughing
  • Fatigue
  • Hormonal Imbalance
Usage tips

Mix 3 drops with 1 teaspoon (5ml) of coconut oil, and massage into the face and neck. Acne can benefit from the astringent, antiseptic, and antimicrobial actions of spruce oil.

Aching joints
Mix 3 drops with 1 teaspoon (5ml) of carrier oil, and massage into areas of concern. Spruce oil relieves inflammation and eases the pain of joints. Alternatively, add 3 drops to a hot compress, and drape over painful joints.

Aging skin
Add 2 drops of spruce oil to your moisturizer each morning, or mix 3 drops with 1 teaspoon of carrier oil and use as a facial oil. It has excellent regenerating properties and helps to improve skin tone with regular use.

Athlete's Foot
Very effective for fungal infections of the skin. It helps to relieve itching and inflammation, and prevents the infection from spreading. Add 3 drops of spruce oil to a warm foot bath and soak for 20 minutes. After the bath, make a foot lotion using a blend of 3 drops of spruce oil mixed with 1 teaspoon (5ml) of coconut oil.

Spruce oil helps to dispel mucus, and clear respiratory passageways. Mix 3 drops with 1 teaspoon of carrier oil and massage into the chest area. You can also add 3 drops to a steam inhalation.

Spruce oil encourages the removal of wastes and toxins from the body, helping to reduce the appearance of cellulite over time. Mix 5 drops with 1 tablespoon (15ml) of coconut oil, and firmly massage into areas of concern.

Mix 3 drops of spruce oil with 1 teaspoon (5ml) of carrier oil, and massage into the chest area, or add 3 drops to a steam inhalation. Spruce oil eases coughing by driving out excess mucus.

Boost energy levels and help to energize a fatigued mind by diffusing 4 drops of spruce oil.

Hormonal Imbalance
To regulate hormones and create a balanced endocrine system, mix 4 drops of spruce oil with 1 teaspoon (5ml) of carrier oil, and massage into the feet.

Use : Food flavoring
(FEMA n°: 2825 / CoE n°: 143n)

Food dosage : 4 drops in a dish for 5 people (never exceed 2%)

Always use essential oil diluted in a suitable medium (example: vegetable oil, honey, etc.)
Soluble in alcohol, fatty substances (vegetable oils and butters) and emulsions (creams).
Insoluble in water. It is however possible to use it as a mixture in these types of products but pre-mixed with Solubol (in this case you must add 4 times more solubol than essential oil).

  • Analgesic - Pain killer, reduces pain
  • Anthelmintic - destroys parasites, worms
  • Antibacterial - kills bacterial growth or prevents bacteria from growing
  • Antifungal - prevents or kills fungus growth
  • Anti-inflammatory - reduces inflammation and swelling
  • Antispasmodic - prevents or relieves spasms
  • Diuretic - helps to increase the production of urine
  • Expectorant - promotes the removal of mucus from the lungs, bronchi, and trachea
  • Insect repellent
More information

INCI name: Picea mariana leaf oil

Botanical name: Picea mariana

Distilled part of the plant: Needles and branches

Production process: Steam training

Origin of the plant: Canada

Skin & hair issues
  • Acne
  • Cellulite
Muscles & joints issues
  • Joint aches & pains
  • Gout
  • Rheumatism
  • Muscle injuries
Respiratory issues
  • Bronchitis
  • Colds & Flu
  • Coughing
  • Sinusitis

If this oil or blend is safe to Diffuse, it will be checked for Dog, Cat, or both underneath::

  • NOT to Diffuse around Pets
Blends well with

Bay laurel, cardamom, cedarwood, chamomile german, cypress, lemon, frankincense, geranium, lavandin, lavender, lavender spike, lemon, niaouli, orange sweet, peppermint, pine, ravintsara, rosemary, spearmint, tea tree, thyme linalol, vetiver, yarrow.


Quality: 100% pure and natural essential oil. Botanically and Biochemically Defined Essential Oil (HEBBD), chemotyped (HECT)

Culture: Product from organic farming. 100% of the ingredients are of natural origin, 100% of which come from organic farming. Controlled by Bureau Veritas according to the Cosmos Standard reference available on the website

Appearance: Clear liquid

Color: Colorless to yellow

Odor: Characteristic, fresh from moss and conifer, resinous and balsamic

Density: 0.895-0.920

Flash point: 46 °C


The natural origin of the essential oil does not make it possible to obtain an identical composition for each production. Complete composition on request ( click here ).
Sensitizing or allergenic molecules (7th amendment European Cosmetics Directive 2003/15/EC): Limonene, Eugenol, Citronellol, Geraniol, Linalool


AB France certified

100% natural product

Botanically and Biochemically Defined Essential Oil (HEBBD), chemotyped (HECT)

Propos Nature offer it in food grade

Not tested on animals

Without material from petrochemicals

Propos Nature favor small producers, artisans and fair trade

Precautions for use

Always use the essential oil diluted in vegetable oil or another suitable medium. Black spruce oil is dermocaustic, it can cause an allergy and is irritating to the skin and mucous membranes, which is why it should never be used pure but diluted in vegetable oil.

Do not use in pregnant or breastfeeding women, in children under 6 years of age, or in people with epilepsy, asthma, or allergies to any of its components.

This essential oil with “cortisone-like” hormonal properties stimulates the adrenal glands. Do not use without medical advice in people with fragile kidneys and thyroid or pituitary problems.

Always test your preparation in the elbow crease 24 hours before use.

Consult a specialist for any other indications.

Packaging & storage

Store away from air, heat and light
Shelf life: 24 months after opening
Packaging: 10 ml amber glass bottle with dropper cap




In my journey to learn about Essential Oils and Aromatherapy over the years, I deep dive into books and courses. I love to educate myself and below you can see some of the books I have used as resources when writing my content. I have tried a lot of different recipes and have been inspired to make some of my own as well. Some of the recipes are from the books. There are so many brilliant authors, and I feel honored to share such great wisdom and knowledge so that we all can live more in harmony with Mother Nature. So share and include this knowledge in your care for yourself and your family and friends. Love Susann

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