doTERRA Siberian Fir essential oil 15mL

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NZ$ 30.00

dōTERRA Siberian Fir Abies sibirica

With a fresh, woody scent, Siberian Fir can help balance your emotions and soothe anxious feelings.

doTERRA replaced White Fir with Siberian Fir in its product range around 2017, as it could be more sustainably sourced in the quantities required by doTERRA.

 

Description - Siberian Fir essential oil

The Siberian fir tree is a tall, light in color, conifer tree native to Russia and Canada. Siberian Fir essential oil has a refreshing, woody scent that is known for its calming and relaxing properties. Siberian Fir has a unique chemical composition that is predominately bornyl acetate, which provides a majority of the easing benefits of this essential oil. Siberian Fir can be very soothing to the skin, making it an ideal essential oil to add to a comforting massage. When diffused, Siberian Fir can help promote feelings of easy breathing, while calming the emotions and providing a grounding effect.

Uses

  • After strenuous activity, massage into skin for soothing comfort.
  • When working through difficult circumstances at home, work, or school, diffuse Siberian Fir to help reduce stress.
  • Apply topically to skin to help soothe minor skin irritations.
  • Inhale deeply and experience the refreshing aroma.

Directions for Use

Diffusion: Use three to four drops in the diffuser of your choice.
Internal use: Dilute one drop in 4 fl. oz. of liquid.
Topical use: Apply one to two drops to desired area. Dilute with a carrier oil to minimise any skin sensitivity. See additional precautions below.

Cautions

Possible skin sensitivity. Keep out of reach of children. If you are pregnant, nursing, or under a doctor’s care, consult your physician. Avoid contact with eyes, inner ears, and sensitive areas.

Primary Benefits

  • Helps balance emotions and soothe anxious feelings
  • Diffuse for a relaxing aroma
  • Provides a soothing effect when used in massage

Aromatic Description

Green, woody, fresh

Collection Method

Steam distillation

Plant Part

Needle/Twig

Main Constituents

Bornyl acetate, Camphene, δ-3-Carene, α-Pinene

 

Additional information

Weight44 g
Dimensions1 × 20.5 × 28 mm
Bottle Type

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Where does doTERRA Siberian Fir essential oil come from?

doTERRA sources its Siberian Fir essential oil in direct partnership with the growers in Russia. The oil is shipped to doTERRA in the United States, tested, then bottled in Pleasant Grove, Utah.


Additional Resources

doTERRA Education Page: https://www.doterra.com/US/en/education/pe/siberian-fir-oil
Printable information pages (N.Z.): https://media.doterra.com/nz-otg/pips/siberian-fir-oil.pdf
Printable information pages (產品資訊): https://media.doterra.com/us/zh/pips/siberian-fir-essential-oil-西伯利亞冷杉精油產品資訊.pdf
dōTERRA NZ product page: https://www.doterra.com/NZ/en_NZ/p/siberian-fir-oil
dōTERRA US product page: https://www.doterra.com/US/en/p/siberian-fir-oil
dōTERRA Spotlight page: https://www.doterra.com/US/en/blog/product-spotlight-using-siberian-fir


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