doTERRA Japan has released its Hinoki oil!!!!! This is very exciting because this oil is beautiful.
Hinoki means cypress and is a slow growing tree which grows to 35m tall with a trunk up to 1m in diameter.
It is grown for its very high-quality timber in Japan, where it’s used for building palaces, temples, shrines, traditional theaters, and baths, also known as onsens. The world’s oldest wooden building, Horyuji Temple, and Osaka Castle are built from Hinoki wood.
The wood is lemon-scented which is why Hinoki is really fresh and up-lifting. The wood is light pinkish brown, with a rich, straight grain, and is highly rot-resistant.
Hinoki is the most used, most popular and well-known lumber in Japan. It is known for its strength and it’s natural insecticide properties. It has the ability to absorb toxic substances.
Above are some photos of some common places you may see in Japan made from Hinoki wood.
Japanese Cypress oil is like forest-air bathing, it is a well-known fact that walking in the forest and being in nature has stress relieving effects.
Hinoki wood oil is very clean and pure which is perhaps the reason it is important in purification rituals in Shinto religion.
Phytoncide, a wood scent which is released from Hinoki has an analgesic effect and a brain stimulant effect. Analgesic effect calms you down and releases stress and tiredness.
doTERRA Hinoki oil is fragrant, clean and beautiful.
If you do not have a wholesale account with me and you are ready to start so you can get this oil and all the other beautiful oils at a great price contact me today!
7 responses to “Japan Hinoki Oil”
I love the smell of Hinoki and the fact that it’s native to Japan! It’s such a fresh and relaxing scent. I just ordered a few more bottles of it! ((LOVE))
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