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Pine Oil Remedy

Other Names: Pine, Scotch Pine, Dwarf Pine, White Pine, Pine Oils, Pix Liquida, Pumilio Pine, Scotch Fir, Stockhom Tar, Swiss Mountain Pine, Siberian Pine Oil, Pinus, Abies Sibirica
Traditional Usages: Cosmetics, Soap, Perfume, Disinfectants, Cuts, Wounds, Burns, Arthritsi, Rheumatism, Dry Mouth, Sore Throat, Bronchitis, Colds, Used as an Inhalation therapy for Asthma, Respiratory Infections, Catarrh, Tuberculosis and Laryngitis, To suppress Excessive Vaginal Discharge, Head Lice, Bath Oil,
Resources: Worldwide
Parts Used:  Bark, Needles, Cones, Twigs, Seeds. Pine Oil is processed from Pine twigs and needles.
Administration Method: Ointments, gels, emulsions, oils and as inhalants.
Herb Action:  Antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, diuretic, expectorant, secretolytic, hyperemic.
Health Warning: Do not take internally. Avoid using during Pregmancy and Breastfeeding and if suffering from bronchial asthma or whooping cough.

Pine Oil – Home remedy for Genital Herpes:  Put one tablespoon of pine oil in your bath water.

Always seek the advice of your doctor before taking herbal medications


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