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About Pine oil:
Pine (Pinus sylvestris) was first investigated by Hippocrates, the father of Western medicine, for its benefits to the respiratory system. In 1990 Dr. Penoel and Dr Frachomme described pine oil's antiseptic properties in their medical textbook. Pine is used in massage for stressed muscles and joints. It shares many of the same properties as Eucalyptus globulus, and the action of both oils is enhanced when blended. Avoid oil adulterated by turpentine, a low-cost but potentially hazardous filler.
How to use Pine oil
Diffuse or apply topically. Dilute to avoid possible skin irritation. Put two drops in palms of hands, place over mouth and nose, and inhale. Add two to four drops to warm bathwater. Disperse with Bath Gel Base if desired.
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