Pine buds oil
Pine buds oil obtained by transfer with a vegetable oil, is a natural remedy, which can be used both internally and externally, beneficial in: fatigue and stress; metabolic disorders, to support respiratory health, flu, cough, sore throat, inflammatory processes of the bladder and urinary tract, rheumatic pain.
- - 100 ml container
- Wash and clean the pine buds of any impurities.
- Shake off the water left after washing and leave to dry on a towel for a few hours. It is important that the pine buds are completely dry.
- Place the pine buds in the container (preferably made of non-transparent glass).
- At the end add the transfer oil (in our case olive oil).
- Seal the container and leave it in a dark and cool place for at least 30 days.
- After 30 days, separate the oil from the buds. You will notice an oil with a greenish tint and a pleasant aroma. It is recommended to store in a dark place away from light.
Internally used pine bud oil: one teaspoon is recommended before meals on an empty stomach, 3 times a day. Can be used in case of food poisoning, indigestion, digestive. It can be used in the preparation of products for sore throats and coughs, in case of colds.
Externally used pine bud oil: for both simple applications and reinforcing massage with an anti-inflammatory effect. Dermatologists often prescribe it to treat various skin conditions: psoriasis, pruritus, acne, eczema, skin diseases, boils, scabies or cuts and sports injuries. It can be used as an analgesic for people suffering from joint pain, arthritis and rheumatism, having a strong anti-inflammatory effect. It is a good lymphatic decongestant, strong tonic, stimulates peripheral circulation.
Pine bud oil used in aromatherapy: useful for people affected by chronic fatigue and exhaustion.
- lymphatic decongestant
- tonic of the nervous system, anti-stress
- disinfectant of the respiratory and renal system
- stimulates peripheral circulation
- helps in urinary tract infections
- diuretic, helping to eliminate water from the body
- good for rheumatism, as a massage
- massage for respiratory tract problems: bronchitis, sinusitis or laryngitis
- massage or aromatherapy: reduces chronic fatigue
Therefore, for a correct diagnosis and treatment, it is recommended to consult a specialist.