Fir Needle Essential Oil (Siberian)




Fir Needle Essential Oil (Siberian) – Options: 15 ml
Fir Needle Essential Oil (Siberian) – Options: 1 fl oz
Fir Needle Essential Oil (Siberian) – Options: 2 fl oz
Fir Needle Essential Oil (Siberian) – Options: 4 fl oz
Fir Needle Essential Oil (Siberian) – Options: Net Wt. 8 oz
Fir Needle Essential Oil (Siberian) – Options: Net Wt. 16 oz
Fir Needle Essential Oil (Siberian) – Options: 1 kg/ 2.2 lb
Fir Needle Essential Oil (Siberian) – Options: 1 Gallon (Net Wt. 3.4 kg / 7.5 lb)
Please note: This is packaged in F-type plastic container and will ship by FedEx Ground only
Fir Needle Essential Oil (Siberian) – Options: 5 kg / 11 lbs

Description: Siberian Fir needle essential oil delivers much more than just a fresh, wintery scent; it is best known for relieving cold symptoms, but it is an excellent detoxification support, can speed up the body’s healing processes, and has many household applications due to its disinfectant properties. Its aroma is fresh, evergreen and slightly balsamic, and the oil presents as a clear, colorless liquid with a strong middle fragrance note. Steam distilled from the needles of the species abies (alba or balsamea), it is a type of pine tree widely grown in the northern hemisphere. Fir needle essential oil from Canada is considered one of the highest quality available. The fir tree is probably best known as a Christmas tree, as it was the first species widely used to represent the holiday. The main origins of fir needle essential oil, besides Canada, are the densely-forested areas of France, Germany, and Bulgaria. Native Americans used fir needles in their pillows to promote a peaceful sleep, and after childbirth, it was burned to stimulate perspiration and help women to recover their strength more quickly. Most fir needle essential oil is derived from silver fir or balsam fir varieties, but be aware that if the source is anything but the species abies, it is not a true fir. Fir needle essential oil decreases the amount of bacteria in the body and on surfaces. This mechanism also makes it helpful in combatting body odor.

Botanical Name: Abies sibirica

Plant Part: Needles

Extraction Method: Steam Distillation.

Odor and Appearance: An almost colorless to faintly yellow liquid with a balsamic, slightly fatty, piney odor.

Country of origin: Austria

Main Constituents: Often include alpha-pinene, beta-pinene, bornyl acetate, and limonene.

Common Uses: Common uses of Fir Needle Essential Oil include its incorporation into respiratory blends to support clear breathing, its inclusion in massage blends to promote relaxation and soothe muscle discomfort, its potential use in aromatherapy to create a refreshing and invigorating atmosphere, and its application in skincare products for its potential soothing and cleansing properties. Additionally, it can be used in natural cleaning products due to its potential antimicrobial properties.

Note: Middle note.

Blends well with: Cedarwood, pine, spruce, cypress, lavender.

Contraindications: Individuals with allergies to fir or other related trees should exercise caution. Pregnant or nursing women and individuals with certain medical conditions should consult a healthcare professional before using essential oils, including Siberian Fir Needle Essential Oil. It’s essential to perform a patch test and follow appropriate dilution recommendations when using this oil topically.

*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.*

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