The aroma of Pine Forest stimulates, refreshes, and cleanses with its strong, fresh while reminding you of walk in the forest. It is great oil for winter holidays. These oils are very beneficial for respiratory tract, sore muscles, and joints health.
Net Weight - 5ml
FACTS: The earliest recorded mention of the techniques and methods used to produce essential oils is believed to be that of Ibn al-Baitar (1188–1248), an Andalusian physician, pharmacist and chemist.
Quick Note About Essential Oils Bath Drops
Aromatherapy was one the first therapies. It is a therapy that works via the sense of smell (olfaction) and takes approximately two seconds to give a desired effect, generally speaking. Essential oils are the oils derived from plants and hence are the blood of plants. These oils have a natural therapeutic effect on the mind, body, and spirit.
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Ingredients: PINE NEEDLE, BLACK & WHITE PINE, SIBERIAN PINE, SPRUCE, FIR NEEDLE, CEDAR HIMALAYAN, QUARTZ CRYSTAL.
Bathdrops: Use 5-8 drops
For a relaxing bath base, mix one part baking soda (Aluminum Free) and three parts sea salt. Add 5-10 drops to bath water just before entering and swirl it around.
In A Diffuser: Use 3-6 drops
Essential oils are placed in the diffuser, often times with water and heat so that the oils evaporate (be sure to read the directions). *Note that essential oils should never be directly burned as it could burn into ashes.
For Feet: Use 2-4 drops
Essential oils must be diluted before applying to skin and can be applied to using a variety of techniques. Diluted in a carrier substance (vegetable or nut oil) at no greater concentration than 3-5% (one teaspoon of carrier to 3 drops of pure essential oil, making it a 3% solution.
Topically on Body: Use 2-4 drops
Essential oils must be diluted before applying to skin. To massage or apply to large areas of the body, a 1% solution (one drop of essential oil in one teaspoon of carrier) is a safe concentration. Great carrier oils include sweet almond oil, apricot kernel oil, grapeseed oil, jojoba oil, and avocado oil.
Dry Evaporation (Cotton/Tissue): Use 2-4 drops
Place several drops of essential oil on a cotton ball and let evaporate into the air. Place it somewhere near you and breathe in and out. Sniff the cotton ball for a more intense dose.
Steam: 1-2 drops
Add drops of essential oil to a bowl of steaming water to allow the oil to vaporize. Place a towel over your head and over the bowl. Keep your eyes closed. This is a very direct method. This method may be helpful for upper respiratory and sinus infections.
Note: Not recommend for children under the age of 7 years old. For children over 7, use swimming goggles to protect their eyes.
Spray Bottle (Air Freshener): 5-8 drops
Drops of essential oils are placed in a bottle of water, shaken, and sprayed into the air. This will deodorize the room and or set the mood.
WARNING: Do not take or consume internally! Do Not Eat! For external use only!
Discontinue use if irritation to skin occurs.
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