Pine Organic Essential Oil, 10ml

€ 8,10
By Innobiz

Organic Pine essential oil has a powerful expectorant effect, making it great for treating bronchitis, asthma, catarrh, colds and flu, coughing, and other respiratory issues. It has invigorating effects both on the body and mind, aiding in clearing mental and physical fatigue. It is also a diuretic and can be effective for treating urinary infections. Its warming qualities can help against various types of muscular pain, arthritis, and rheumatism, as well as improving circulation.

The scent of essential pine oil is very pleasant, sweet and nice – characteristic of conifers.

- Bronchial infections and sinus congestion
- Fatigue, stress, mental and nervous exhaustion
- Muscular pain, injury, gout
- Dandruff
- Depression
- Detox
- Swollen feet and ankles

    Usage tips

    Dilute 4 drops in 1 tablespoon (15ml) of carrier oil, and add to a warm bath with Epsom salt. The pine oil has diuretic properties which result in increased urination. This again leads to faster elimination of toxins and wastes from the body.

    Mental fatigue
    Diffuse at home (5-10 drops) This will help to revitalize the nervous system which gives an invigorated mind.

    Sinus congestion
    Pine oil clears mucus from the nasal passageways, allowing you to breathe more easily. Add 3 drops to a steam inhalation, and inhale directly from the bottle regularly.

    Muscular aches and pains
    Dilute 4 drops in 1 tablespoon (15ml) of carrier oil, and add to a warm bath. Pine oil helps ease aching muscles and reduce inflammation. You can also mix 4 drops of pine oil with 1 tablespoon (15ml) of carrier oil, and massage into sore muscles (very good after exercise).

    Mix 4 drops with 1 tablespoon (15ml) of coconut or olive oil, and massage into the scalp. Leave for 30 minutes and wash your hair as normal. Pine oil promotes the elimination of toxins from the scalp and helps to clear dead, scaly skin.

    Arthritis and rheumatism
    Pine oil eases the pain in joints and reduces inflammation around joints. Mix 3 drops with 1 tablespoon (15ml) of carrier oil and massage into painful joints.

    Add 3 drops to steam inhalation, or mix 3 drops with 1 teaspoon (5ml) of carrier oil, and massage into the chest area. Pine oil has excellent expectorant properties and is therefore effective at loosening phlegm and mucus from the respiratory tract, relieving bronchitis.

    Swollen or puffy feet and ankles
    Mix 4 drops of pine essential oil in 2 teaspoons (10 ml) of carrier oil or an organic cream. Massage the legs with long strokes, always moving from the ankles upwards. Repeat daily.

    Sore throat and coughing
    Add 4 drops of pine essential oil in hot water and make a steam inhale tent with a towel. Inhale deeply for 3 minutes. Keep your eyes closed. Inhalations of pine are also good for colds, catarrh, and sinusitis.

    • Anti-infectious - prevents or treats an infection
    • Antimicrobial - antibacterial, antifungal, and antiviral properties. An antimicrobial kills microorganisms or inhibits their growth
    • Antiseptic - prevents or combats bacterial infection
    • Decongestant - used to relieve stuffy nose
    • Diuretic - helps to increase the production of urine
    • Expectorant - promotes the removal of mucus from the lungs, bronchi, and trachea
    • Tonic - refreshes, revitalizes and invigorates body functions

    This oil is Safe to Diffuse.

    Health issues
    • Oedema or water retention
    • Urinary tract infection
    Mental health
    • Fatigue
    • Depression
    Muscles & joints issues
    • Muscle aches & pains
    • Muscle injuries
    • Physical exhaustion
    • Rheumatism
    • Gout
    Respiratory issues
    • Bronchitis
    • Coughing
    • Stuffy nose
    • Sinusitis
    More information

    Latin name: Pinus sylvestris L.
    Origin: France
    Part used: Needles
    Extraction method: Steam distillation
    Cultivation: Certified Organic farming
    Color: Very pale yellow
    Note: Top note - Middle note
    Scent: is very pleasant, sweet and fine - characteristic of conifers.

    Blends well with

    Bergamot, cardamom, cedarwood, chamomile german and roman, cypress, eucalyptus radiata, juniper berry, lavandin, lavender, lemon, marjoram sweet, niaouli, peppermint, ravensara, rosemary, tea tree, thyme linalol

    Precautions for use

    A skin patch test is advisable, because pine essential oil may cause irritation on highly sensitive skin, or skin prone to allergic reactions.


    Made in France
    From 100% organic farming
    ECOCERT- certified


    Organic, made in France, and certified by ECOCERT.

    Packaging & storage

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


    10 ml


    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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