An analgesic, antibacterial, antibiotic, anti fungal, antiseptic, and as an antiviral. Aromatherapists credit its use for arthritis, asthma, bladder infections, bronchitis, catarrh, cholagogue, as a circulatory agent, for colds, convalescence, coughs, cuts, cystitis, as a decongestant and deodorant. It has also been applied to eczema, those with laryngitis, lice, muscular aches, neuralgia, psoriasis, rheumatism, ringworm, scrapes, and sinusitis.
Pine Scotch blends well with clary sage, coriander, cypress, eucalyptus, frankincense, juniper, lavender, myrrh, rosemary, tea tree.
Got this oil to use with an inhaler, haven't yet but the smell is earthy!
I have a huge collection of conifers and this one doesn't fail to impress! It has the balsamy pine note that I love but is far more fresh and airy.... its springy and refreshing like a cool crisp carbonated beverage on a hot day! The only reason it doesn't make the 5 star is that it tends to be a bit of a push over when blended with other oils... its happy to take a backseat to other scents and it seems dissipate quickly. Which is no reflection of AVATs production but rather just the way this oil behaves. It could also be my overly conifered nose too! If you have found other pines to be too syrupy, this is a great option to try... much like Tsuga