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Evergetikon Essential oil Pine 5ml

Evergetikon Essential oil Pine 5ml

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Sore throat, respiratory infection, create an uplifting and invigorating atmosphere…

 

With an enchanting, intense aroma reminiscent of forest, the essential oil of pine stimulates the senses and rejuvenates. The healing properties of pine, of that miraculous tree were known since ancient times. Pine essential oil with a strong, woody aroma is used as decongestant, antibacterial, analgesic and disinfectant.

Inhalations with essential oil: in ½ liter of warm water pour five drops of pine essential oil along with peppermint and eucalyptus essential oil (2 drops each) to open the respiratory tract. Relieves sore throat, cough, flu and used for the treatment and soothing of symptoms in the respiratory system.

Relaxing massage: add 15 drops of pine essential oil to 50 g of almond oil and give a gently body massage. It relieves the musculoskeletal pain and confers relaxation.

If you want a fresh-smelling room and antisepsis, pour a few drops of essential oil into candle holder. In a spray dispenser, use few drops and refresh the atmosphere. Refresh your potpourri with a few drops of pine essential oil. 

Botanical Name: Pinus sylvestris

5ml

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Avoid eye contact.

They should never been used insoluble or on sensitive skin or skin prone to allergies.

Stop immediately the use if skin appears sensitivity.

Do not use on irritated skin or scratches. Only for external use.

Do not use them for indoors unless you have consulted a physician, pharmacist or an experienced aroma therapist.

If you have a health problem, or you are pregnant, or breast-feeding, you should contact your doctor first.

Some essential oils are unsuitable if you have children under 12 years old.

Avoid exposure to the sun after using citrus essential oils.

AROMATHERAPY CATEGORIES
ESSENΤIAL OILS
INGREDIENCE
PINE
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