Fir Needle Essential Oil
- Product Code: EO-F02
- Availability: In Stock
- Ex Tax: £2.60
Fir Needle essential oil is steam distilled from the needles of the Fir tree which are common in large areas of Russia and Siberia. Fir Needle oil is mainly used for respiratory complaints and as a disinfectant.
- Species: Abies sibirica
- Plant family: Pinaceae
- Origina: Siberia
- Note: Middle
- Extraction method: Steam distilled
Use carefully in small amounts and do not use on sensitive skin
Fir Needle oil has antiseptic, antibacterial and analgesic properties which make it beneficial for use on minor wounds, cuts and burns
Fir Needle is a warming and cleansing oil. Its invigorating action is helpful in relieving fatigue and nervous exhaustion
Fir Needle is beneficial for respiratory complaints such as coughs, colds, flu and sore throats. It also helps soothe sore muscles and rheumatic pain and can help improve poor circulation. Its stimulating and pain-relieving properties also make it a good choice after over-exertion or for sports injuries
Blends well with:
With most other woods and herbs and also with Lavender and Lemon
Winter Warming Massage Oil
To boost circulation and ease aches and pains blend 15ml base oil with 1 drop Fir Needle essential oil, 2 Cinnamon and 3 Tangerine. Massage into the body in an upwards direction towards the heart. Can be used all over the body or just on particular sore spots.
Fatigue Busting Diffuser Blend
In the morning, try diffusing 3 drops Fir Needle, 2 Cedarwood and 2 Lemon in an aromatherapy burner or diffuser to kick start your day!
Respiratory Rescue Inhalation
For easier breathing and to improve immunity add 3 drops each of Fir Needle, Lavender and Eucalyptus to a bowl of steaming hot water. Lean over the bowl with a towel over your head and breathe in the vapours for up to 10 minutes.
Christmas Tree Fragrance
If you have a synthetic tree, but still want to enjoy that fresh therapeutic scent of real Fir, pop 4 drops each of Fir Needle, Cedarwood and Frankincense essential oil onto 3 cotton wool balls. Put them in a small jar and place out of sight near the base of your tree for a wonderful Christmas aroma.