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Siberian Fir

Siberian Fir essential oil is distilled form the needles and twigs of the tall Siberian Fir tree, native to Russia and Canada. It has a refreshingly crisp woody scent; it smells like Christmas.

Siberian Fir is the oil for rising above challenges, the essence of change. It supports and manages the grief and regret during difficult times such as job losses or broken relationships. It helps you let go and open your mind, while encouraging you to move toward what may look like a daunting future, helping you see hope and new opportunities.

“Challenges excite and motivate me. Like air, I rise above them.”

The freshness of Siberian Fir is uplifting and soothing in times of stress and anxiousness. Without being overly stimulating, it supports emotional balance, promoting a sense of calm and relaxation. When you’re struggling with the day-to-day stress of life or feeling overwhelmed during times of change and difficulties in your home or work life, use Siberian Fir in a diffuser or inhale deeply to give yourself an immediate kick of encouragement.

It’s these same benefits that make it a great oil to use during massage to help decrease inflammation and ease muscular aches and pains. Add Siberian Fir oil to your massage oil or combine with a carrier oil, and massage into your skin for a soothing massage.


Siberian Fir is often used in blends that help aid respiratory health because of the addition of camphene in the oil. It helps you breathe easily by clearing the sinuses and opening the airways. Its gentle aroma combines well with the more medicinal aroma of oils like tea tree, which can sometimes be quite intense.

In addition to the many emotional benefits Siberian Fir offers, it is also known to be highly beneficial for the skin. Used with a carrier oil, and massaged into the skin, it can help tighten skin tone and soothe minor skin irritations.

Creating tranquillity and positivity, Siberian Fir is a beautiful oil to use aromatically. It blends well with other conifer oils, as well as Juniper Berry, Lavender, and Helichrysum.

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