Spruce oil (Picea abies)

Ingredients: 2 Tr. Pine needle and 2 Tr. Thyme, 1 Tr. Lavender. Drizzle the oil on a handkerchief and inhale the scent deeply. Or loosen the mixture with 1 tablespoon of honey into a saucepan with 2 1 of hot water. Place a large towel over your head, close your eyes and breathe deeply in and out.

Bath additive

A full bath in pine needle oil relaxed and refreshed at the same time after a stressful, hectic day. It circulation, stimulates metabolism and calms the nerves.

Ingredients: 8 Tr. Spruce needle to 1 tablespoon of honey

Rheumatism, gout and sore muscles can be 6 – 8 Tr. solve the inhalation mixture in 1 tablespoon cooking oil or milk and add to the bath water.

Fragrance lamp

Pine needle oil produces a fresh, clean atmosphere that can be used well in areas with high traffic. The same mixture is also suitable for disinfection of hospital rooms.

Ingredients: 10 Tr. Pine needle and 2 Tr. eucalyptus

For better concentration

The pine needle oil creates a clear mind and tranquility in the head.

Matching mixed oils are citrus peel oils and other needle-fragrances such as Douglas fir and Swiss pine oil.


Inhale hot with 1 drop of oil to 0.5 liters, but not boiling water.

Additionally, you can add 1 drop of the following oils:

Rosemary cineole – oil, eucalyptus radiata oil, niauli, Douglas fir oil.

A cold bath

The pine needle oil is one of the classic cold bath products. It is also very skin-friendly.

In a cold mixture of the oil dissolves the mucus, such as in blends with niauli or Ravintsaraƶl.

If you take such a bath in the evening, you can add a little lavender oil, because lavender makes for a blissful relaxation. All in all, it takes no more than 12 drops of essential oil per bath.

Tight muscles

Pine needle oil can also be used in massage oils. It helps to tense or supercooled muscles.

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