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Botanical Name: Betula lenta Plant Part: Bark Extraction Method: Steam Distillation Origin: Russia Color: Colorless to pale yellow liquid. Common Uses: Birch Sweet is credited with being an analgesic, anti-inflammatory, anti-pryetic, anti-rheumatic, antiseptic, astringent, depurative, diuretic, and tonic. It is an effective addition to massage oil blends for sore muscles, sprains and painful joints because of its anti-inflammatory and antispasmodic properties. Consistency: Thin Note: Top Strength of Aroma: Strong Aromatic Scent: Birch Sweet has a sweet, sharp, camphoraceous scent that is very fresh and similar to Wintergreen. Cautions: Birch Sweet Oil is potentially toxic and may cause skin irritation. Use in dilution and avoid during pregnancy.
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Posted by Cindy on 24th Sep 2015
I've had this pain in my shoulders so bad that I can hardly lift my arms up sometimes, and in my hands that at times so bad that I can't even make a fist or grip anything. I bought the Birch sweet oil with 2 other oils and decided to blend them to use on my hands and shoulders to help with the pain. The first night, I didn't hurt until almost morning. The second night the pain was gone til later in the morning (note I'm an early riser) and by the 3rd day, I woke up with no pain and no pain all day! I was so greatful to have come along the sight with the blend I had found and thankful to Bulk Apothecary for the fast shipping! Thanks so much! The only problem I did have was measuring the drops from the bottle, it got messy. Would be great if there were some kind of drip stick out of the cap or dropper that comes with it to make it more convenient. But I'm still very happy to have no pain!
Posted by Liz on 7th Jul 2015
I love the therapeutic benefits of Birch but container is not very convenient. It would be great if there was a dropper included or even a reducer for the top for easier pouring
Posted by Sierra on 25th Jun 2015
This stuff smells wonderful and is priced very well in my opinion. I will FOR SURE be buying more of this, and probably in a larger quantity next time.
Posted by Alicia Fisher on 17th Sep 2014
Soft scent, helps with pain and inflammation but putting 10 drips in my bath water.
Posted by Missy T. on 4th Jul 2014
I was absolutely shocked to finally find Burch oil!! I use it in many healing oils I make and grateful you sell it! I will be back for more!!
Posted by Monica Mosack on 10th Aug 2013
Smells deliciously of sweet root beer and wintergreen. I read its good for broken bones and bone spurs. I blended a single drop into a teaspoon of oil in which I have blended marjoram, frankincense and lavender. I massage it into one of my kid's backs, and another of my kid's feet, as well as put it on my broken ankle. My child's feet are relieved and my ankle has very little pain.
Posted by Vickie Caplinger on 17th May 2013
My husband was in constant pain with his back until we started using the Birch Sweet Essential Oil. The pain medicine he would take helped some, but would not take the pain away completely. Since we have been using the Birch Sweet Essential Oil he has been pain free and able to sleep through the night.
Posted by Natural Exfoliation on 14th May 2013
It wasnt a horrible scent but it wasn't what I was looking for.
Posted by Holly on 14th Apr 2013
Sweet birch is mild, aromatic, and not overpowering. Exactly what it's supposed to be. If you need ultra strong like wintergreen, get the wintergreen.
Posted by Lucar Homeopathic on 9th Mar 2013
Works great with other oils and components and has a nice settle sweet smell !!
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