The doTERRA Siberian Fir essential oil has many health benefits and can be very soothing to your skin, making it an ideal natural solution for a massage on your neck, back, or shoulders.
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The Siberian fir tree is light in color, tall, and a conifer tree native to Canada and Russia. Siberian Fir essential oil has a woody and refreshing scent that has a lot of health benefits!
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Do you know someone that likes White Fir? Would you like to balance your emotions and have a nice woodsy scent as well? Make sure to check out the video below for more details!
Top 3 Uses Of The doTERRA Siberian Fir Essential Oil
1.) Siberian fir oil can help you balance emotions and soothe anxious feelings, especially during stressful situations.
2.) You can diffuse 3-5 drops in a 4 hour diffuser for a relaxing aroma. This is great when you use it in your living room, kitchen, or bedroom.
3.) Siberian fir provides a soothing effect when used in massage with fractionated coconut oil. This will help with absorption and reduce a chance of irritation.
Siberian Fir Essential Oil Goes Best With
1.) Alkaline water: You can add 2 drops per 8 ounces of alkaline water and drink for mouth, throat, and digestive support.
2.) A petal diffuser: This is a great diffuser that runs up to 1,2, and 4 hours and can be combined with this oil for a nice foresty smell that helps with your emotions.
3.) Siberian oil blend goes good with other oils like Grapefruit, Douglas Fir, Himalayan Fir, Frankincense, or Vetiver.
Siberian Fir has a unique chemical constituent that is predominately bornyl acetate, which provides a lot of the relaxing benefits of this oil. Siberian fir oil can help balance your emotions and soothe anxious feelings. This oil has replaced the White Fir essential oil for the time being as well, but can be taken internally!
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