Essential Oil Profile
Botanical Name: Abies Balsamea
Country of Origin: Canada
Extraction Method: Steam distillation from the needles of the Balsam tree
Scent Profile: Sharp pine, evergreen fir trees
THERAPEUTIC PROPERTIES / HEALTH BENEFITS
Fir Balsam have the ability to purify the air with its disinfecting and calming properties, when used traditionally, Fir Balsam was used to impart good health after childbirth for both mother and baby.
|Relieves pain and fear||Increase metabolism|
|Uplift emotional strength||Improves respiratory function|
|Detoxifies the body|
FIR BALSAM IN SKIN CARE
Treats acne: Astringent properties of Fir Balsam is effective in treating acne, mild injuries, sores and insect bites. Its antibacterial and antifungal properties also help with eczema, skin diseases and poor skin.
Prevents premature ageing: Antioxidant properties helps to fight against free radicals which will prevent premature ageing of the skin when used regularly with skin care.
How to use for face care
Add one drop of essential oil to one dollop of your face cream or lotion and apply every two days. Do not be tempted to add more oil. Higher doses do not work better than regular applications.
How to use for body care
Use no more than 4 to 5 drops for every 5ml of body lotion or carrier oil. Apply the mixture all over skin and pat dry or allow full absorption.
FIR BALSAM IN HEALTH CARE
Detoxifies the body:Being a diuretic, Fir Balsam can eliminate toxic remains, uric acid, fat deposits and salts in the body through urine and sweat. The flushing of toxins cleanses the body naturally, making the body stronger in the process.
Eliminates body odour: The fresh smell of pine not only masks bad smells, it can also decrease the amount of bacteria in your body, leaving your body feeling fresh and wonderful.
HOW TO USE
– In a nebuliser
– In an oil burner
– In baths or inhalation
BLENDS WELL WITH
Fir Balsam blends well with lemon, pine, orange and rosemary.
Fir Balsam has no contraindications, however, keep out of reach from children.