[Latin name] Picea mariana (Mill.) Britton, Sterns & Poggenb. [plant variety] black spruce, swamp spruce [manufacturing origin] France [plant origin] Canada [extraction site] branches and needles [extraction method] distillation Introduction to Organic Black Spruce Essential Oil Black spruce essential oil is mainly produced in Canada, spreads in 10 provinces of Canada, extending to Alaska, Great Lakes and Northeastern United States; Black spruce belongs to Pinaceae, Picea, which is fir, pine and iron. Fir relatives. Cedar essential oil variety There are many kinds of "pine oils" used in aromatherapy, and most of them are related to black spruce: Abies – Siberian fir essential oil, English Pine Siberia, scientific name Abies sibirica. Ii. Gummy fir, English Balsam Fir, scientific name Abies balsamea. Iii. European fir, silver fir, English Silver Fir, scientific name Abies alba. Iv. Giant fir, North American fir, English Giant Fir or Grand Fir, under the scientific name Abies grandis. Pseudotsuga – Douglas fir essential oil, English Pine Douglas, scientific name Pseudotsuga menziesii. Tsuga (Tsuga) – (Canada) Hemlock essential oil, English Hemlock, Spruce Hemlock or Canadian Hemlock, scientific name Tsuga canadensis. Picea (Picea) – i. Black spruce essential oil, English Black Spruce, scientific name Picea mariana. Ii. Red spruce essential oil, English Red Spruce, scientific name Picea rubens. Iii. White Spruce Essential Oil, English White Spruce, scientific name Picea glauca. Iv. Blue spruce essential oil, English White Spruce, scientific name Picea pungens. v. European spruce essential oil, Nordic spruce essential oil, Norwegian spruce essential oil, English Norway Spruce or Excelsa Spruce, scientific name Picea abies.