Physical and Mental Strength: when applied as a spray on the body during periods of stress or when feeling exhausted, there is an immediate and palpable improvement in physical and mental strength. Pine improves stamina in general and athletes will find it a great help during periods of intense training.

Antiseptic and Antibacterial: pine is antiseptic, antibacterial, mildly antifungal and decongestant; choose it for the respiratory, lymphatic and reproductive systems in oral, internal or topical applications.

Cardiovascular System: experimental properties of internal use include reduction of blood pressure, cholesterol and arterial plaque.

Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD): treats attention deficit disorder (ADD) in adults in combination with cinnamon leaf hydrosol.

Vitamin A and C: pine needles have up to four times more vitamin C than oranges, only distillation at low temperatures can preserve the plant's water-soluble vitamins. Vitamin A, useful for eyesight, hair, skin and blood cell production.

Source of Suramine: pine needles and buds are rich in Suramine, Suramine has inhibitory effects against components of the coagulation cascade and against replication and inappropriate modification of RNA and DNA. Being highly water-soluble, we find more of it in the hydrolate than in the essential oil.

† The statements on this site are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Individual results may vary. Consult a competent health professional for your specific health problems. If you have a medical condition or are pregnant, consult your doctor before use. The information on this site is for educational purposes only.