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INCI: Abies sibirica
CAS: 8021-29-2
EINECS:  294-351-9
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Abies sibirica (Pinacee)

Origin: Russia (Siberia)

The Siberian pine is capable of resisting intense cold and high winds, and was originally found in the northern hemisphere (eastern Russia). It now grows in Scandinavia, Siberia, Canada and northern Europe.
An evergreen, it grows to heights in excess of thirty-five metres, with a trunk two metres in diameter. It has needle-shaped leaves, tapering cones and a tapering crown.


The essential oil is obtained by steam distillation of the needles and twigs. It is almost colourless, with a fresh, woody, balmy fragrance. It combines well with the essential oils of Caraway, Cypress, Copaiba, Elemi, Mint, Nutmeg, Ravensara, and generally all citrus and spicy oils.
It's often adulterated with (or replaced by) the inferior essential oil of Russian fir.

(according to
popular herbalist tradition)

Pine has a long and established medicinal tradition among northern cultures, where it is mainly used as a remedy for respiratory problems. Non-toxic and non-irritant when used in moderation, essential oil of Siberian pine has anti-septic, anti-viral, bactericide, restorative and deodorant properties. In some regions of Asia it is still the only available treatment for pediculosis (lice) and is also used as a remedy for excessive sweating.

It's commonly used in cosmetics, soaps and personal hygiene products (especially bath products). It was formerly a primary raw material in the paints industry.

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