Common Method of Extraction: Steam distillation
Parts Used: Leaves (needles) and twigs
Chakra Association: Muladhara (Root) and Anahata (Heart)
Note Classification: Top/Middle
Aroma: woodsy, evergreen, piney
Largest Producing Countries: Canada
Traditional Use: Has been used in salves and creams for it’s respiratory benefits. May also be used to deodorize and decongest when used in a diffuser.
Properties: Anti-inflammatory, analgesic.
Mental, Emotional Effects: Grounding, centering, calming, uplifting focusing. Helps with memory recall, connecting one to the earth, breath, and oneself.
Benefits: Good relaxing and soothing muscles. It is most effective when applied to the lower back.
Blends Well With: Cedarwood, pine, rosemary and lavender.
Safety Data: For external use only. Do not apply undiluted to the skin.
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