The Isle of Pines and Pine Oil

Hey lovely friends, on my recent trip to New Caledonia I was fortunate to visit the tropical island paradise of The Isle of Pines, “Kunyie” in the native language. There were many kinds of pine trees including Araucaria cooki, Araucaria heterophylla, Araucaria columnaris (the pines which Captain Cook named this island after), Pinus pinaster, Pinus radiata and more – up to 14 kinds of pines on the beautiful isle.

So it got me thinking about pine essential oil, Pinus sylvestrus ….

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And here are my thoughts on film –

 

 

This island is sometimes referred to as

‘île la plus proche du paradis (“the closest island to Paradise”).

Wikipedia

 

Araucaria columnaris or cooki? Not sure ..

Araucaria columnaris or cooki? Not sure ..

Paradiso majorana

Paradiso majorana

Stone totems protecting a scared site in St Maurice Bay

Stone totems protecting a scared site in St Maurice Bay

Araucaria columnaris or cooki? Not sure

Pinus radiata

My tropical island sojourn was one I’ll never forget.

Have you been to The Isle of Pines?

How do you use pine essential oil in your life?

copryright SR Banks 2015

 

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