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"A pure natural-smelling oil true to its origins"

I appreciate the smell of fresh evergreens and the fir-balsam oil fragrance is delightful.

- Betsy

Fir Balsam Essential Oil

SKU: 7007
Aura Cacia Fir Needle (Balsam) Essential Oil
$12.29

Availability: In stock

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Fir Balsam Essential Oil is a lovely aroma for holiday time or just for days when you need to clear your head. Add to a Room Diffuser or keep in your car to waft under your nose when traffic is heavy or stress is high. 

  • Fresh, resinous aroma
  • 0.5 ounce bottle (about 288 drops)
  • Steam distilled from needles and twigs of the fir balsam tree 
  • Abies balsamea
  • Country of Origin: Canada

 

Fir Balsam Essential Oil Uses

 

Fir Balsam Essential Oil Quality Information

  • Physically tested to ensure quality using sensory evaluation,  testing optical rotation, and measuring specific gravity
  • Tested using gas chromatography to ensure purity
  • No animal testing
 

Fir Balsam Essential Oil Safety Information

  • Always consult a healthcare practitioner before use
  • Do not apply undiluted oils directly to skin
  • For external use only
  • Keep out of reach of children
 

Fir Balsam Essential Oil Storage Information

  • Store in a tightly closed glass bottle away from heat and light
  • Use within 18 months

 

 

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1 Reviews For "Fir Balsam Essential Oil"

  1. A pure natural-smelling oil true to its origins

    by Betsy on 09 Sat,2015

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    I appreciate the smell of fresh evergreens and the fir-balsam oil fragrance is delightful.

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