Dwarf Pine Needle
Aiguille de Pin Nain, Pin de Montagne, Pin des Montagnes, Pin Nain des Montagnes, Pin Mugo, Pino de Montaña, Pino Moro, Pinus montana, Pinus mugo, Pinus mugo var. pumilio, Pinus pumilio.
People take dwarf pine needle oil to help clear mucus from the lungs.
Dwarf pine needle is sometimes added to ointments and applied directly to the skin to prevent skin infections.
In foods and beverages, dwarf pine needle is used as a flavoring agent.
In other manufacturing processes, dwarf pine needle is used as a flavoring and fragrance in cough and cold medicines, vaporizer fluids, nasal decongestants, and ointments used to relieve pain. Dwarf pine needle oil is also used as a fragrance in soaps and cosmetics.
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