Black Spruce Essential Oil

Botanical Name:
Picea mariana
Country of Origin:
Canada
Plant Part:
Needles and Twigs
Distillation Method:
Steam
Cultivation:
Naturally Grown
Overall Profile
Monoterpenes
66.19%
Esters
26.96%
Monoterpenols
3.14%
Primary Constituents
borneol acetate
26.64%
alpha pinene
19.31%
camphene
17.73%
3-careen
9.6%
beta pinene
5.53%
  • 8oz -
    $154.08
  • 16oz -
    $288.41
  • 1Kg -
    $517.80
  • Sample -
    $0.99
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Wholesale Pure Canadian Black Spruce Essential Oil

100% pure essential oil of Canadian Black Spruce steam distilled from needles and twigs. Black Spruce has a warm, inviting evergreen aroma. This Black Spruce Essential Oil is available wholesale up to 1kg or more.

ABOUT THE OIL

This Black Spruce essential oil is steam distilled from the needles and twigs of naturally grown Canadian Black Spruce trees.

Aromatherapy Notes

This Black Spruce oil has a bright citrus and floral top note, a distinctly green and resinous pine menthol and eucalyptus middle note with undertones that are slightly balsamic and deeply wooded. The top note is a touch brighter than the Tsuga canadensis (Spruce or 'Hemlock' oil) and has a slightly spiced, Anise-like and balsamic undertone. Black Spruce blends well with: Pine and all other 'needle oils', Cedarwood, Lavender and Rosemary oils.

Therapeutic Properties

Therapeutic Properties Described in The Aromatherapy Literature

From Aromatherapy: Scent and Psyche1:

  • Antiseptic, Expectorant, Antitussive
  • Powerful in a massage treatment for muscular aches and pains
  • A bracing, revitalizing tonic – both elevating and grounding
  • Said to enhance yoga and meditation

Application and Use

Safety

Black Spruce is considered non-toxic, a non irritant and non-sensitizing. Regardless, this is an aromatically powerful oil and its medical effects are felt in low concentrations. It is advised to always test a small amount of oil before engaging in more liberal application. If pregnant or breast-feeding, consult a physician prior to use.

References

1 Damian, Peter, and Kate Damian. Aromatherapy: Scent and Psyche. Inner Traditions/Bear & Co, 1995.