White Birch Esennetial Oil

It may be a little difficult to find the "right" birch oil because there are quite a few different types of birch trees and even the same type of birch tree that have many common names.

There are two types of birch, White Birch or Silver Birch, scientifically known as Betula pendula or Betula alba, and Black Birch, Sweet Birch or Cherry Birch, the scientific name of which is Betula lenta.

Sweet Birch is almost entirely made up of methyl salicylate and is a restricted oil.

White Birch has slightly less methyl salicylate and is best suited for general use.

This can be burned or vaporized, but it is also a viscous substance and to be successful it will need to be filtered or blended.

The White Birch Essential Oil has a tarry balsamic scent.
It helps for Bacterial and fungal infections, Cramps, Fever, Rheumatism

Does not contain derivatives of animal origin - Product not tested on animals - Dermatologically tested - Does not contain added metals - Does not contain colourings or synthetic origins - GMO free - Alcohol free - PARABEN-FREE - GMP certified

Mixes well with: jasmine, rosemary, sandalwood and benzoin


You will also read how to use essential oils in some qualified aromatherapy guides.

Do not take any essential oils internally without first being consulted by a certified aromatherapy practitioner. Prevent eye and mucous membranes contact. Do not place undiluted natural organic oils, absolutes, or any other concentrated essences on the skin directly.

Use essential oils only under the careful supervision of a trained aromatherapy practitioner if you are pregnant or have any other medical issues. Keep it away from kids. Before using essential oils with children it is safest to consult a qualified aromatherapist. A skin patch check should be carried out before using an essential oil you have never used before.

White Birch 50ml

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