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Juniper Ridge

Coastal Pine Essential Oil

SKU: 35111

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Scent Notes: Resinous pine, citrusy conifer, ocean air

A mix of pine, fir, redwood and other trees are sustainably harvested and steam-distilled in Juniper Ridge's Oakland workshop. Nothing but pure plant essence goes into these bottles.

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The coastal forests of California and Cascadia are a small part of a massive temperate rainforest (the largest in the world!) that extends form central California all the way to Alaska.

Warmed in winter by Pacific storms and cooled in summer by blankets of fog, thick stands of Douglas-fir, redwoods, hemlock and cedar grow in primordial forests, the ground carpeted with ferns and lichens. Farther down the coast chaparral, cyprus and pine forests dot the landscape. It is in these lush, fragrant and diverse forests that they wildcrafted the COASTAL PINE Essential Oil.

Directions

This can be used in all types of diffusers. Use a few drops in your bath or shower. Pure plant essential oils can be added to unscented lotions or cosmetics, or mix a few drops with organic almond or jojoba oil for an all natural fragrance and moisturizer. Good for the whole person.

Ingredients + Benefits

Steam distilled essential oil from sustainably harvested plants

*Ingredients may be subject to change. The most accurate and up to date product ingredient list can also found on the product packaging.

Brand Info

All Juniper Ridge products are 100% Wild and produced using old perfume-making techniques including distillation, tincturing, infusion and enfleurage. A hundred years ago, all fragrances were made this way. They handle every step of the process themselves, from beginning to end. These formulas vary from year to year and harvest to harvest, based on rainfall, temperature, exact harvesting location, and season. The exact formula depends on what we find in the wind, a conversation with the living, wild ecology.

All of the plants are wildharvested with the utmost sensitivity and respect for the existing wildscape. They return to the same stands year after year to carefully monitor regrowth. 10% of their profits are annually donated to a portfolio of Western Wilderness Defense organizations. They revel in the intact forest habitats of the West, and tirelessly work to promote education as to how best to protect them.
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