Red pine oil. Coniferales. Pineaceae Pinaceae. Pinus Pinus
The entire Pinus sylvestris oil is pure but the essential oil extracted from the coniferous parts will be of better quality. The translations I read in the book include Scots pine and pine trees. However the Chinese translation used in Aromatherapy is the European Red Pine. It is an assaulting oil that is full of fighting power and positive energy.
The ancient Greek medical guru Galen Galen once recommended pine nuts to treat tenacious coughs and clean up waste from the lungs which can be cooked with mint and honey. If the soft pine shoots are placed in a hot water bath rheumatism and nervous exhaustion can also be reduced. (In the city it's not easy to find buds. Fortunately we have essential oils.)
The pine tree is dry warm and quite qi capable of squeaking... It is very helpful for people who are wet and cold. European red pine can help clear the cold in the lungs. It is one of the essential oils for the respiratory tract. However the most famous efficacy of the European red pine is still the strengthening of the yang energy. It can enable the weak and weak people to recharge. Whether it is physiological or psychological). People who feel cold weak fatigued and vulnerable to colds and colds are particularly helpful and help you to return to the sun and stay away from the shadows. It is also helpful for depression.
Chisong essential oil is helpful for cystitis due to its anti-inflammatory and antibacterial effects. It is good for the kidneys. It balances the uric acid value. The characteristics of the kidneys are quite good for men and it is very good for a woman's bladder.~~~
The Masukatsu oil is full of masculinity and masculine charm but the smell is not so rude to me. It is still a scent of fragrant woods. It is quite like his aroma. For me the essential oil tastes better than the pure milk. Much smelled.