Essential Oils

Thuja Wood Essential Oil "Picata"

Native Spirit Oils


Botanical Name - Thuja Picata

Origin - Canada

Plant Part - Needles

Distillation Process - Steam Distillation

Use - 10 - 15 drops in your Diffuser, Melters or Oil Burner

Dilution for use rule of thumb is one drop to one teaspoon

The linking of a particular smell to an emotional state is known as neuro-associative conditioning, a technique that can be used to activate your inner pharmacy and increase your body's healing response. For example, if each time you sit to meditate you diffuse an essential oil, you’ll soon learn to associate the feeling of relaxation with that aroma

Thuja Wood Essential Oil Benefits

  • Antiseptic
  • Ant putrescent
  • Ant seborrheic
  • Aphrodisiac
  • Astringent
  • Diuretic
  • Expectorant
  • Fungicidal
  • Mucolytic
  • Sedative (nervous)
  • Stimulant (circulatory)

At NSO we use Thuja Wood Essential Oil in our Cumin Seed Balm and our Heel Balm



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