Fir Needle Essential Oil
Botanical Name: Abies balsamia (L) mill
- The rich sweet balsam scent is derived from the needles. More subtle than other pine oils, yet more spicy than spruce.
- Pain Reliever
- Detoxify The body
- Respiratory Function
- Increased Metabolism
- Body Odor
The rich sweet balsam scent is derived from the needles and is wonderful for winter holiday scents or summer cooler blends. More subtle than other pine oils, yet more spicy than spruce. Blend with rosemary, lavender or citrus for a beautiful scent, blends well with many other essential oils. Add a few drops to a diffuser for a great way to wake up and feel energized. Often used in room sprays, detergents, cough and cold preparations.To make a room spray combine 2 oz of distilled water with about 10 drops of essential oil in a mister and shake well.
How to Use: Test small patch of skin to make sure irritation does not occur. For colds and coughs, rub essential oil on neck, temples and any other place desired. Can be added to a carrier oil like jojoba, sweet almond, or olive oil. You can inhale or use essential oil in a warmer or diffuser.
Ingredients: 100% Pure Essential Oil.
0.5 fl. oz.
WARNING: For external use only. If irritation occurs, discontinue use. Avoid contact with eyes. Keep out of reach of children. No animal testing.
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