This Pine of the great white north proudly populates Canadian forests. Our oil is lovingly collected from the pristine, silver green needles of this ancient tree, which can live to be over 400 years old. The Iroquois,
Ojibwa, and Chippewa Native Americans used the pine tree for a variety of purposes, including teas from the needles and using the soft inner bark as sustenance during cold winter months.
The paramount essence of pine draws on the power of centuries of use by people who lived in harmony with the natural world around them. To inhale our Grand White Pine Essential Oil is to instantly connect on the deepest level with hundreds of years of tree wisdom with its restorative assistance and present time perfection. Revered by Native Americans as the “Tree of Peace,” this nourishing oil expands the chest as you inhale the fresh scent of revitalizing evergreen.
Botanical Name: Pinus strobus
Botanical Family: Pinaceae
Extraction Method: Steam distilled
Part of Plant Distilled: Needles
Country of Origin: Canada
Cultivation Method: Wild harvested
Composition: 100% Pinus strobus
Frosted evergreen with hints of woody balsamic resin.
Blends well with
Cypress, Juniper, Frankincense, Lemon, Bergamot, Oregano, Rose Otto, Spikenard, Greenland Moss, Feverfew, Peppermint, and Lavender.
Awesome in diffusers, salt pipes, and blends for house cleaning. Blend into massage oils and colognes. Great in hair care to remove flakes of dry skin. Balances sebum in beauty balms. Lovely anointed on chest, under nose, and on the brow for mindful mediations.
“What a thing it is to lie there all day in the fine breeze, with the pine needles dropping on one,
only to return to the hotel at night so hungry that the dinner, however homely, is a fete,
and the menu finer reading than the best poetry in the world!”
∼ Will Cather, 1956
“Pine needle is sometimes used to impart resinous middle notes in masculine fragrances,
usually of the aromatic fougère type.”
∼ Jennifer Peace Rhind, Fragrance and Wellbeing
“The high monoterpene hydrocarbon content is characteristic of needle oils.”
∼ Kurt Schnaubelt, Advanced Aromatherapy
“In addition, the scent of pine, for many people, conjures up the image of a natural wilderness of endless forests,
thus evoking an open, expansive type of feeling. This makes it a useful oil for stress-related complaints,
especially when accompanied by exhaustion and constant tiredness…”
∼ Julia Lawless, Aromatherapy and the Mind
“The pines watch humanity come and go, while they live on, among them, below them,
we inhale their powerful fragrance, which shoots through our spirit and ends
in an inner explosion of understanding.”
∼ Valerie Ann Worwood, Aromatherapy for the Soul