essential oil is
from the needles and twigs of Canadian Black Spruce trees. The aroma is both calming and elevating, excellent for yoga and meditative use, or uplifting the atmosphere of any space. Black Spruce essential oil is described by Dr. Kurt Schnaubelt in 'Advanced Aromatherapy' as particularly suited to supporting depleted and overworked adrenal glands when applied topically to the kidney/adrenal are.
Spruce Oil has also been used to support breathing conditions of asthma, bronchitis and coughs. In 'Aromatherapy Scent and Psyche', Peter Damian notes: "Indeed, the vital etheric energy (prana) condensed and and transmitted in and by black spruce effectively vibrates throughout the respiratory, nervous and glandular systems."
Black Spruce is also noted as a powerful massage oil component for muscular and rheumatic pains, greatly stimulating circulation.
is a complex and incredibly useful medicinal oil. It has a middle note
with a sweet, herbaceous and uplifting aroma. In Aromatherapy Bay Laurel has been traditionally used for its skin-supportive qualities and often recommended for its fast acting lymph supportive actions. On a metaphysical level Bay is well known for its protective and healing attributes. The oil contains elements of nearly all main chemical groups found in essential oils, resulting in a broad spectrum of positive effects. * Its most notable being its positive effects on the lymphatic system. As noted in Dr. Kurt Schnaubelt's 'Advanced Aromatherapy', rubbing a few drops of bay laurel on swollen lymph nodes may have an immediate, noticeable effect.