Siberian Pine Essential Oil

Siberian Pine

Abies sibirica

The Siberian Pine ( Abies sibirica ) is a large tree of the Pinaceae family , native of Siberia.

  • Bath

  • Skin application

  • Oral route

  • Respiratory route

Siberian Fir essential oil  must imperatively be diluted before being applied to the skin (same amount of essential and plant oil)  

Do not use :
in the pregnant or breastfeeding woman
in children under 7 years
in the person allergic to any of the components
in asthmatics without the advice of an allergist
in people with renal insufficiency or a history of renal fragility
in the epileptic people or people with a history of convulsive disorders

Intestinal pain and spasms
Massage the belly (clockwise) with 5 drops of Siberian Fir essential oil diluted in 1 teaspoon of macadamia vegetable oil, morning, noon and night or at the time of pain, during 3 to 7 days. In children, proceed in the same way but with 2 drops only.

Air purification
Diffuse 10 to 20 drops of Siberian fir essential oil, 3 times a day, for 15 minutes.

Muscle contractures
Massage the painful area with 5 drops of Siberian fir essential oil diluted in 1 tablespoon of calophyll oil for 8 to 10 days.

Always seek advise from your pharmacist or GP.

The  Siberian Pine essential oil is characterized by a very gentle, fresh scent and aroma reminscent of the taste of pine candies and Christmas holidays!

Aromatherapy guide Isabelle Pacchioni


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