Fir Balsam (O)

Fir Balsam (O)
Latin Name: Abies balsamea
Country of Origin: Canada
Method of Cultivation: Organic EcoCert
Extraction Method: Steam Distilled
Plant material used: Leaves (needles) and twigs

CAS Number: 8021-28-1
Flash Point: 40 degrees C

Family: Pinaceae
Note: Middle
Synonyms: Balsam Fir, Canadian Balsam

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Main components:
a-pinene, 8-3-carene, B=pinene, myrcene, camphene, bornyl acetate.

Essential oil's characteristics:

A transparent liquid with a clearly coniferous scent, yet mildly sweet & fruity.

Antiseptic, anti-parasitic, antispasmodic, expectorant and sedative.

Indicated as treatment:

rhinitis, bronchitis, sinusitis, colds, arthritis.

Other Uses:

* Perfumery: used as a fixative & perfume in various soaps, detergents, cosmetics and perfumes

May have a warming and grounding effect on the mind.

Energetic & Emotional Effect:

Fir recalls freedom and Mother Nature's purity and generosity. It is able to root us and elevate our minds on the path of Truth at the same time. It brings an extra inspiration to the persons looking for evolution. Sleeping in the presence of fir (using a few drops on the pillow) induces colorful dreams. For a healing of the throat chakra, we suggest that you combine it with parsley (leaves). Sprayed over the head, fir stimulates the crown chakra. Misted over the head, it is like a rain of pur light. Balsam fir oil is on of unconditional love.


Basil, caraway, cedarwood, frankincense, lavender, myrtle, niaouli


Storage: Keep refrigerated in a dark, airtight glass container.
No formal testing Non toxic and non irritant. 
External use only. 
Do not use undiluted on the skin. 
Keep away from children & pets. 
Store away from heat & light.


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