Pine nut oil enriched with pine resin for relief of bites bloodsucking insects


During the warm season, many people face the problem of bites from blood-sucking insects such as midges, mosquitoes, and ticks. Bites can be painful, cause itching and skin irritation, as well as transmit various diseases.

Pine nut oil enriched with pine resin – an effective remedy that has antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties, relieves itching and inflammation on the skin when bitten by bloodsucking insects. It is also an effective, harmless repellent – a means of repelling insects. Due to its natural nature, pine nut oil enriched with pine resin does not cause side effects and is suitable for use even on sensitive skin.


Pine nut oil enriched with pine resin: a natural repellent
There are various ways to control mosquitoes and other blood-sucking insects, one of them is the use of repellents – means of repelling insects by means of odor[1]. They mask human odor and as a result, blood-sucking insects try to stay farther away from places with the repellent odor in the air.

As a rule, repellents from the mass market have essential oils in their composition, but still 90% consist of chemicals (diethyltoluamide, remebid, carboxyl, allethrin). Such products, getting on the skin or mucous membranes, lead to irritation and even allergies.

Pine nut oil enriched with pine resin is an effective and harmless repellent. Rubbing the oil into the skin usually gets rid of mosquitoes, gnats, ticks, and other blood-sucking insects for 10-15 hours. It has a pleasant aroma for humans, but repels pesky insects.

How does pine nut oil enriched with pine resin work for insect bites?

When you apply pine resin extract to the skin, its aroma repels insects, helping to avoid bites. If an insect does manage to bite you, pine resin extract can help relieve itching and prevent inflammation[2]. It has antifungal and wound-healing properties, which helps avoid possible infections and speeds up the healing process of bites.

Also, pine nut oil enriched with pine resin helps to relieve swelling and reduce discomfort after insect bites. Its ability to accelerate the process of regeneration of skin cells helps to quickly return to a healthy skin condition after bites.

How to use pine nut oil enriched with pine resin against insects?

Apply pine nut oil enriched with pine resin to exposed skin before going outdoors, especially in nature. You can also add a few drops of pine resin extract to a diffuser and treat the room to repel insects. If there are already bites on the body, you should spot-apply the product regularly and until it heals completely.


[1] Identification of an arthropod molecular target for plant-derived natural repellents. Quan Tian, Peiyu Wang, Chang Xie, Peiyuan Pang, Youjing Zhang, Yue Gao, Zhijian Cao, Yingliang Wu, Wenxin Li, Michael X. Zhu, Dongdong Li, Jing Yao

[2] Plants as Sources of Anti-Inflammatory Agents. Clara dos Reis Nunes, Mariana Barreto Arantes, Silvia Menezes de Faria Pereira, Larissa Leandro da Cruz, Michel de Souza Passos, Luana Pereira de Moraes, Ivo José Curcino Vieira, Daniela Barros de Oliveira

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