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Siberian Fir Essential Oil

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Abies sibirica   ;   Origin: Russia  ;  Oil obtained by steam distillation of needles and twigs
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Aroma: intense top and middle notes, similar smell to white fir oil, fresh, balsamic, slightly fruity, with an intense, typical for conifers, fresh note characteristic of bornyl acetate.
Effects: antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, sedative.
Composition INCI: Abies Siberica Oil

In aromatherapy, Siberian fir oil is used in mixtures for:
MASSAGE: respiratory infections, coughs, bronchitis, asthma, flu
BATH: respiratory tract infections, coughs, bronchitis, asthma, flu, sinusitis
INHALATION: respiratory tract infections, coughs, bronchitis, asthma, flu, mental heaviness, sinusitis

Natural essential oils are highly concentrated and insoluble in water, so we have prepared a few tips for you on how to use them in a dry sauna to avoid burning the oils:

    1. Use essential oils with conviction of their healing properties, while enjoying the beauty of their fragrances.
    2.  Do not apply the oils directly on hot stones in the sauna.
    3.  Dispense fragrance oils carefully. Better to use fewer drops than to overdo it. Always adjust the number of drops to the size of the sauna.
    4.  It's best to use a crushed ice ball with the oil prepared in advance on top of it. Ice will cool the stones and protect the oil from hot stones.
    5.  If you do not have crushed ice, mix the oil in hot water thoroughly and pour it over the previously cooled stones.

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