Nestled within the serene landscapes of Iceland, the Sitka Spruce (Picea sitchensis) has been a silent witness to centuries of natural history. This majestic tree, named after the town of Sitka in Alaska, not only thrives in the lush environments of Alaska and along the Oregon coast but has also become an integral part of Iceland's flora.

Symbolizing enduring strength and serving as a source of profound healing, the Sitka Spruce stands as a testament to the resilience and beauty of nature. While it grows expansively across North America, it is in Iceland where the Sitka Spruce is distilled, producing an essential oil that encapsulates the essence of Iceland's unspoiled wilderness.

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