SCOTS PINE (PINUS SYLVESTRIS) BENEFITS and REMEDIES
SCOTS PINE (PINUS SYLVESTRIS)
Scots’ pine flower (Pinus sylvestris L.) bears a striking resemblance to the structure of the palm tree flower. But its flower is smaller. All kinds of scots pine are suitable for the treatment of different diseases. When pine buds become larger, resinous and sticky, it’s a great time to collect them. It’s easier to collect buds from sawed trees. Young trees are better not to touch. Pine with broken apical bud grows with multiple tops and becomes unsuitable for industrial wood.
Pine buds contain essential oils, pineol, resin, vitamin C. Pine buds are used as a disinfectant and expectorant in the treatment of acute and chronic bronchitis. It is also used as an inhalation for rhinitis. Add pine needle decoction to the bath and you will get a great relaxing and antidepressant effect.
PINE BUDS DECOCTION
Pour one tablespoon of pine buds with two cups of boiling water; keep in a sealed container 1-2 hours. Take ¼ cup 4 times a day.
SCOTS PINE FLOWER POLLEN PASTE
Collect pollen; mix with honey (1:1). Take one teaspoon 3 times a day to boost the immune system, reduce fatigue and apathy.