- Source Plant: Picea mariana comes from a coniferous tree that originates in Canada and the Northern U.S. It is a member of the Pinaceae family.
- Plant Part Used: Bark, needle-like leaves, and branches.
- Extraction Method: Steam Distillation.
- Main Constituents: The most active chemical compounds in Black Spruce include: Alpha-pinene, camphene, and beta-pinene.
- Compared to most coniferous trees, Black Spruce’s trunk is relatively small in diameter. On average, it typically grows to a height of 5-15 feet.
- Experts relate the fragrance to pine needles; fresh and forest-like.
- Black Spruce is one of the most widespread coniferous trees of the Canadian landscape. It is found in all regions of Canada, as well as across northern parts of the U.S.
- Inhabiting extremely harsh and cold environments makes for challenging growth conditions. Black Spruce is slow to grow and scruffy in appearance.
- Add a drop to your shampoo to support a healthy-feeling scalp.
- Diffuse Black Spruce to purify the air in your home or workspace.
- To boost feelings of resilience, add a drop to your hands, rub them together, cup them over your mouth and nose, then inhale for up to a minute.
- Apply with Young Living’s V-6 carrier oil to enhance your massage experience.
- Add a drop of Black Spruce to soften the skin around a splinter before removing it.
Rub the following ingredients into your palms and gently massage onto clean/dry feet.
- 1 tsp of Young Living V-6 carrier oil
- 2 drops of Young Living Northern Lights Black Spruce essential oil
Breathe in the rich woodsy scent around you and feel yourself become grounded like the secure roots of a Black Spruce tree.
Always consult “Guideline for safe use” when working with essential oils.
5 ml (#531303) Retail: $40.46 CAD Wholesale: $30.75 CAD
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