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Fir is excellent during the recovery stage of serious illness, whether the illness is of the body, the mind, or the spirit. Like all conifer oils, fir is an immune and endocrine stimulant. It is often used to treat urinary infections and remove deposits from the lymphatic system. Fir, in any form, has been well regarded for many years and in many cultures for treatment of respiratory complaints and fevers. Fir essential oil is excellent for muscle pain relief and to loosen muscles before strenuous exercise.
Which Fir should I choose?
All of the Fir oils are very similar to one another in therapeutic properties and can be used interchangeably. Fir Douglas smells like a true Christmas tree in a bottle while Fir Balsam is more mellow, and Fir Siberica is slightly pungent.
Fir Siberica Essential Oil
|Ingredient In:||LeHoliday Spirit|
|Available In:||Essential Oil|
|Included in Kit:||Singles Collection|
|Botanical Name:||Abies sibirica|
|Country of Origin:||Russia|
|Extraction Method:||steam distilled|
|Part Utilized:||needles (leaves)|
|Aroma:||Fir, siberica is slightly more pungent than the balsamea variety, but still wonderfully resinous and woodsy.|
|Cautions:||Fir, siberica oil could be a possible skin irritant if used for long periods of time, or when used undiluted.|