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Fir, Balsam (Bio-Certified) - Oil of the Month

$11.25 $12.50

Balsam Fir is traditionally used to support the respiratory system, healthy muscles and joints, and a calm mind. Use Balsam Fir with a carrier oil to massage joints and muscles or diffuse to promote the respiratory system and a refreshed mind.


Plant Name: Abies balsamea
Origin: Canada

About Balsam Fir Essential Oil

  • Loved by therapists
  • Enjoyed as a holiday scent
  • Excellent for the respiratory tract

How to Use Balsam Fir  Essential Oil

  • Add to massage blends, as a tree oil it is easier on the skin than a PIne oil
  • An excellent oil to add to a respiratory blend for allergy prevention
  • Add to aftershave lotion for its outdoorsy scent

Other Ways To Use Balsam Fir  Essential Oil

  • Diffuse for the holidays:
    In 6 oz of water
    3 drops Balsam fir
    2 drops Cinnamon, leaf
    1 drop Wintergreen or Eucalyptus
  • Muscle relax massage blend:
    Add to 1 oz of Jojoba or Olive oil
    5 drops Balsam Fir
    3 drops Peppermint
    3 drops Frankincense, carterii (heartnote if available)

    Use in Ayurveda for Balsam Fir Essential Oil

      • Kapha and Vata decreasing (in excess, can increase vata)
      • Pitta increasing

    Aromatic Profile and Product Details of Balsam Fir Essential Oil

    A refreshing outdoor scent, this is calming to the respiratory tract.  Smell like a forest with expectorant actions to the lungs. Mild to the skin if diluted properly. Is heating and drying to the subtle body

    Blends well with These Essential Oils

    • Lavender
    • Juniper berry
    • Wintergreen
    • Lemon
    • Eucalyptus
    • Patchouli

      Safety Considerations for Balsam Fir Essential Oil

      Can be irritating to the skin, if sensitive

      History or facts of Balsam Fir  Essential Oil

      A peculiar and distinct scent, that of the holiday season. It’s used for joint pain and to reduce chest congestion. An excellent oil for aftershave or colognes in the desire of an earthy type.



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