Pine Scotch Be Essential Oil 10ml

Pine Scotch

Pine Scotch oil comes from Wild Pine, a tall conifer that can live for about 500 years. It has a purifying action of the respiratory tract, cleaning congested airways and acting against cough and sinusitis. Also known for its tonic properties. In history, was used by Hippocrates, the Greek Physician, to treat pneumonia.


Product Details

Name: Pine Scotch

Scientific Name: Pinus sylvestris

Method of extraction: Steam distillation

Part of plant: Needles

Country of origin: Bulgaria

Main Components: alpha-Pinene (39.29%), beta-Pinene (20.35%), Carene (15.94%)



Ideal for reducing muscle and joint pain and effectively treating the respiratory and oral tract. 


Breathing problems

Rich in monoterpenes (alpha-pinene, beta-pinene and limonene), this oil is mucolytic and an expectorant. It acts as a respiratory decongestant, with the action of alpha-pinene stimulating the mucin glands, dilutes secretions and promotes release from the respiratory tract. The oil also has anti-inflammatory and antiseptic action for the mucous membranes. Eliminates pathogens from the respiratory tract. 


Tonic and antioxidant

Thanks to its antioxidant effects, it is able to strengthen the body's immunity against external aggressions. It is an excellent tonic for the whole body. Stimulates the mind, fights mental fatigue, stress, lack of concentration and overwork. It has an action similar to the effects of cortisone. Helps as a muscle tonic for the body in massages.



Reduces joint and muscle pain, especially in people with arthritis and rheumatism. Its anti-inflammatory properties also help reduce swelling and inflammation.


Other uses

Pine Scotch essential oil can be used in the oral tract, treating canker sores, laryngitis or bronchitis. It has a significant bactericidal action, especially if associated with other oils. It can also be used to relieve headaches and against asthma, gynecological infections, flu and pharyngitis.


Side effects

May be irritating to the skin if used without dilution. Not recommended in the first three months of pregnancy and for children under 6 years old.


How to use

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