Fragrant Forest Amber Essential Oil creates a sacred space in which past and forest culminate in the eternal present. A completely unique offering from our distiller, Forest Amber is a choreographed co-distillation of the rich resins of the Piñon Pine with the tree's natural essential oils. Together, these two elements link body and soul to the ancient past through the mature resin, and to the fleeting fragrant forest molecules of the present via direct communication with the cerebral spheres and brow chakra.
Botanical Name: Pinus monophylla
Botanical Family: Pinaceae
Extraction Method: Steam distilled
Part of Plant Distilled: Resin
Country of Origin: Western United States
Cultivation Method: Wild-harvested
Composition: 100% Pinus monophylla
Consistency: Slightly thicker than thin viscosity
Scent Description: An ancient memory delivered on sacred breezes of Frankincense, Myrrh, and fresh Red Pine.
Blends well with: Frankincense, Myrrh, Pine, Hyssop, Silver Fir, Grapefruit, Spikenard, Lavender, Laurel, and Bergamot.
Uses: Anoint the brow chakra. Diffuse. Add a few drops to a warm bath. Mighty fine in massage oils.
Richly resinous Forest Amber essence is a unique offering in our collection of divine distillations. Succulent sap found sparkling on the bark of a freshly fallen Piñon Pine tree lead our distiller to test the sap. What he found was a link to the past, a portal into the early life of the mighty Pine. By combining the aged resin with the fresh essential oil from the same tree, Forest Amber was born.
While Piñon Pine cone oil is renowned for its ability to expand creativity and enhance lucid dreaming, Forest Amber enhances time in three dimensions, opening the pineal gland chakra to what lies beyond in every direction – past, present, and forest. Our distiller suggests: add a drop to your brow and under your nose as the weathered resin is electro-magnetically active in the essential oil.
For lucidity, clarity, and connection with moments that have passed and those yet to come, Forest Amber essence is your delectable link with the ever-present, eternally expanding horizon of now.
"Everything tends to make us believe that there exists a certain point of the mind at which life and death, the real and the imagined, past and forest, the communicable and the incommunicable, high and low, cease to be perceived as contradictions."
~ André Breton