No doubt if we see around, we can evaluate the vicious circle of diseases around. These diseases have been on prowl to attack people as soon as they walk against nature. But there has always been a ray of hope around. To combat various conditions there have been various reliefs available in the form of medications, essential oils and other treatments.
One such essential oil has been the Swiss Pine. Swiss Pine in reality has been touted as one of the most stubborn trees in mountains, which you may perhaps come across at an altitude of 6000 to 8300 ft. Swiss Pine tree has remained a symbol of uncompromising will to live. It also shows endurance and strength. The same also holds true for its oil as well. Its oil contain anti-bacterial properties, if embedded with other essential oils like lemon, eucalyptus, lemongrass, mint, lemon verbena etc., as it helps in awakening life’s spirit. Its oil awakens life’s spirit, for example during illness this oil helps people to get back on their feet quickly. You can use it in aroma lamp, both or use is it as a shower gel. Like all coniferous trees, this essential oil can easily tackle bronchial problems. You have to take its just one deep breath to feel its benefit. As soon as you take a deep breath of it, its fresh air reaches your lungs within no time through this oil your blood circulation is stimulated which in turn increases the oxygen supply in the blood. Due to its antiseptic and expectorant properties it affects your whole respiratory tract and has been touted as a good remedy for colds, flu, coughs, bronchitis, smokers cough and sinusitis. During a bout of pneumonia and tuberculosis you can use it in an aroma lamp or as a room spray.
This oil has also been found useful in supporting the skin’s detoxifying process. When you add this as massage oil it increases a person’s blood circulation and reduces muscle spasms. This oil has also proved to be beneficial for rheumatic pain and neuralgia when used in massage oil. You can also use this oil with other essential oils like juniper, lemon, grapefruit, myrtle, caleput, birch, chamomile, queen of the meadow and birch.
Did you know Swiss Pine tree from where its oil is extracted becomes fertile only after 50 to 60 years? You will be lucky if you find this oil in stores as it is not freely available however, you will come across the extracts of the oil mingled with turpentine, camphor oil etc.