Swiss pine

Swiss pine (scientifically called Pinus cembra) is a specie of White pine that grows only in the Alps, the Carpathians and the Tatras. It grows very slowly and can reach an age of between 200 and 400 years. It grows in extreme conditions, producing a lot of resin and essential oils, which means that it has a lovely aroma and the fragrance lasts longer.
Some botanists classify Siberian pine (Pinus sibirica) as a subspiece of Swiss pine. Both species grow in acidic and extreme habitats.
Swiss pine wood is highly valued as it is rare, difficult to access and many scientific studies on the positive effects have been confirmed.

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