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Astyptodyne Oil

ASTYPTODYNE, the original Pine Oil Liniment has been known as the "Miracle Oil" in the little brown glass bottle since 1906. The same formulation is now available in a convenient 4oz spray bottle 

This miracle oil has been known to cure everything but a broken heart. Made from the resinous wood of the Long Leaf Pine tree, Astyptodyne has been a southland tradition for more than 112 years. Used for muscle and joint pain, cuts, bruises, scratches, sunburn, fire ant bites and so much more!

ASTYPTODYNE First Aid Liniment is a valuable aid to nature in the treatment of Minor Injuries such as open cuts, Bruises, Superficial Burns, Blisters, Scratches, Abrasions, Sunburn, Mosquito Bites, and Fungus Skin Infections like Ringworm and Athlete’s Foot.

Can be used for back pain, knee pain, muscle soreness, burns, sunburn, burn care, cuts and other wound care, skin fungus, athlete's foot, poison oak and ivy, bee stings, fire ant and other bites and is the best mosquito and insect repellent available.

As a liniment or Athletic Rub, apply ASTYPTODYNE freely and massage well several times a day.

CAUTION: In case of deep puncture Wounds or serious Burns, consult Physician. If Redness, Irritation, Swelling or Pain persist or increase or if infection occurs, discontinue use and consult Physician. Avoid eyes, KEEP OUT OF THE REACH OF CHILDREN. Do not bandage open wounds or burns. For external use only

NOTE: These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

The History of Astyptodyne

This odd-sounding product was discovered in 1906 due to an accident in a steam plant. A steam pipe burst and severely injured three workmen in a turpentine plant. In finding their way out of the steam-filled building, one of the men fell into a pit of what is now known as ASTYPTODYNE, which was simply considered as a useless by-product of the long-leaf pine tree. 

This man quickly recovered from his burns with practically no pain and little scaring. His co-workers who were carried to the local hospital suffered for many weeks from pain and scars. Intrigued by what happened, a series of experiments with the oil was conducted and it was found to be a natural healing oil.

Why the Name?

The word ASTYPTODYNE not only seems odd, but is hard to pronounce. The manufacturer is often asked why they selected such a hard name for the product. The name comes from three medical words that are beneficial actions of the healing oil.

      • ANTISEPTIC: kills germs
      • STYPTIC: stops bleeding
      • ANODYNE: stops pain


Suggested Use

Use as a liniment or athletic rub. Apply freely and massage well several times a day to sore muscles and swollen joints. For all other treatments apply to affected area 2-3 times daily.

Pets: Mix one teaspoon of Astyptodyne with four teaspoons of vaseline and apply three times daily. It has been effectively used on pets, horses, and cattle as a healing agent and liniment. It heals scratches, bruises, sores, reduces swelling, mange, and is a flea repellent.

 Do not bandage open wounds or burns.