Why should I add Siberian Fir Oil to my collection? Siberian Fir Oil contains a high level of bornyl acetate, a monoterpene ester that contributes to the aroma and other properties of essential oils. This component gives Siberian Fir Oil a highly soothing, relaxing and healing aroma when diffused. Siberian Fir Oil also has a soothing and comforting effect on the skin.
Massage one to two drops of Siberian Fir Oil on the legs after a workout for a soothing aroma.
Mix one to two drops of Siberian Fir Oil with fractionated coconut oil and incorporate into an invigorating massage.
Add a drop or two of Siberian Fir Oil to the floor or walls of the shower for an energizing scent that promotes concentration.
Mix a drop of Siberian Fir Oil into a nightly moisturizer to give skin a healthy glow.
Diffuse three to four drops of Siberian Fir Oil for a calming aroma while working.
Diffuse three to four drops of Siberian Fir Oil with one to two drops of Wild Orange Oil during the holiday season to create a positive, calming aroma.
Add ten drops of Siberian Fir Oil to a spray bottle filled with water to freshen up rooms in your home.
Aromatic Use: Pour three to four drops into the diffuser of your choice.
Topical Use: Apply one or two drops to desired areas. Dilute in a carrier oil as needed to prevent skin irritation.
Possible skin sensitivity. Keep out of reach of children. If you are pregnant, nursing or undergoing any medical treatment, consult your physician. Avoid contact with eyes, inside ears and sensitive areas.
Green, woody, fresh
Part of the plant
Needles and twigs
Bornyl acetate, camphene, δ-3-carene, α-pinene