Edens Garden Fir Needle
Plant Part: Needles * Extraction Method: Steam Distilled * Origin: Russia * Description: Fir Needle Essential Oil comes from the Pinus type tree which grows in wide areas of Russia. * Color: Colorless to pale yellow clear liquid. * Common Uses: Fir Needle Essential Oil is reported to help with arthritis, bronchitis, colds, coughs, flu, muscle aches, rheumatism and sinusitis. It is a popular oil used to bring out masculine, outdoorsy attributes in men's fragrances, bath preparations, air fresheners, herbal oils, soaps, and shaving creams. * Consistency: Medium * Note: Middle * Strength of Aroma: Strong * Blends well with: Pine, Cedarwood Lavender, Spruce and Rosemary. * History: From the earliest times the Fir Needle is thought by people as a forest healer. The natives used the crushed needles in poultices to heal wounds and infections. The needles were also boiled and drunk since it was believed to assist with respiratory issues.
Hiking through vast and lush forest can make you feel incredibly united with nature. Its aromas and calming breeze help you forget about modern troubles and release anxiety or stress. Although Fir trees have become synonymous with Christmas, Fir Needle's aroma is a magical addition throughout the year. Many cultures of named Fir trees as the "forest healer" because of its curative properties. The woody and fresh aroma can be deeply inhaled to help relieve respiratory issues like congestion.Many outdoorsy fragrances and herbal soaps include Fir Needle. It can also bring relief to achy muscles and joints. Derived from the needles of the evergreen tree, Fir Needle essential oil is extracted through a steam distillation process. It pairs amazingly well with other outdoor aromas like Lavender, Spruce and Rosemary. BOTANICAL NAME: Abies siberica ORIGIN: Russia EXTRACTION METHOD: Steam Distillation PLANT PART: Needles AROMA: Fir Needle has a fresh woody aroma, similar to the scent an open and sprawling forest NOTE: Middle CONSISTENCY: Medium COLOR: Colorless to pale yellow clear BLENDS WELL WITH: Pine, Cedarwood, Lavender, Spruce and Rosemary. COMMON USES: Fir Needle promotes circulation and soothes arthritis, bronchitis, colds, coughs, muscle aches, rheumatism and sinusitis. It is commonly used in masculine or outdoorsy fragrances, bath preparations, air fresheners, herbal oils, soaps, and shaving creams. SAFETY: Although Fir Needle is nontoxic, non-irritant and non-sensitizing, it may cause irritation to the eyes and should be thoroughly diluted. Avoid use during pregnancy