Pinus mugo

dwarf pine Oil

Product name:   dwarf pine Oil

       Botanical namePinus mugo


Essential oil obtained by steam distillation of the freshly pruned small branches of Pinus mugo

Our advanced distillation system blends traditional skills with modern scientific approaches in order to produce high-quality essential oils and derivatives.

The main chemical :%








Terpinolene….. 1.2

Bornyl Acetate….. 2.1


A-B Pinene // Myrcene // Limonene

 Stimulant, antiviral, antitumor, decongestant, antibacterial, hepatoprotective.


Antioxidant, anti-proliferative, show antimicrobial properties against various human pathogens.


 Has strongly aromatic properties which make it commonly used ingredient in soaps, perfumes, lotions.


play a role in anti-pain effects, also has ability to protect the body and brain from diseases.

B-Phellandrene // Cymene

  stimulant, antiviral, antitumor, decongestant, antibacterial, hepatoprotective.


 promote memory retention and alertness, can be effectively used to reduce acute inflammation.

Bornyl Acetate

spasmolytic, sedative, anti-fungal, an aesthetic, anti-inflammatory, antibiotic, analgesic.

dwarf pine Oil Health Benefits

Although pure pinus mugo oil should only be used in vapour therapy, it can be most useful to help with bronchitis, catarrh, colds, flu and other respiratory ailments.

Dwarf pine essential oil is used as a fragrance in soaps, creams, detergents, and many pharmaceutical preparations such as analgesic ointments, nasal decongestants, and cough and cold medicines.

It also works as an insect repellant. To protect your wool sweaters from moths and other insects, pour 10 drops of dwarf pine oil onto small pieces of untreated wood. Place the pieces of wood in your closets or drawers.

You can use dwarf pine oil as an air freshener. Eliminate the awful smell of cigarettes and stale air by adding four drops of dwarf pine oil to one cup of water. Pour the mixture in a spray bottle, shake it well, and spray it to instantly freshen up your room. Avoid spraying it on furniture.

Try it as a massage oil before and after exercise. Create your own pre- and post-workout massage oil to prevent or soothe strained muscles. Add three drops of dwarf pine oil, juniper-berry oil, and rosemary oil in two ounces of jojoba oil.

It can be used for the treatment of eczema, psoriasis, athlete’s foot, cuts, scabies, and sores.

In aromatherapy, dwarf pine essential oil is used to refresh a tired mind and soothe mental stress.

Dwarf pine essential oil is good for helping to fight fatigue and nervous exhaustion. It helps build strength, self-confidence, and stamina. The scent of pine brings about a sense of freedom and can be warming or cooling depending on the situation.

Dwarf pine essential oil reduces inflammation of the gallbladder when used in compresses and poultices.

It may also be used as an inhalant for infections of the respiratory tract. Dwarf pine essential oil is used in the treatment of everything from pneumonia to stuffy noses. It is a powerful antiseptic and can relieve chest congestion.

Dwarf pine essential oil is good for the kidneys, adrenal glands, prostate, and reproductive organs.

It is often used in the treatment of hepatitis.

Women suffering from menopausal hot flashes and night sweats can benefit from the use of dwarf pine oil since it can reduce profuse sweating.

Dwarf pine essential oil can relieve rheumatism, neuralgia, anxiety, digestive problems, allergies, sciatica, gout, muscle pain, and arthritis.

Dwarf pine oil also stimulates circulation.

Dwarf pine essential oil is a good addition to muscle rubs and massage oils, but may cause irritation if used on sensitive skin. Always test any new lotion or massage blend on a small area of skin before using on large areas of the body.

Dwarf pine oil can restore health after a prolonged illness.

Manufacturers use the scent of dwarf pine essential oil for cleaning products, deodorants, and soaps. Dwarf pine essential oil blends well with bergamot, cedar wood, claries sage, cypress, eucalyptus, frankincense, grapefruit, juniper, lavender, lemon, marjoram, peppermint, rosemary, sandalwood, tea tree, and thyme essential oils.


Pinus mugo oil can be a dermal irritant and sensitizer and should therefore be used on the skin with some care in dilution, yet can be used in vapor therapy

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