Use of fir oil
For the prevention and treatment of colds
For the face
For a bath.
For bathing procedures.
Siberian fir (Abies sibiricus) is rightly called the forest doctor. Fir oil contains more than 35 biologically active substances, which determine its antiseptic, anti-inflammatory and blood circulation improving effect. Interestingly, fir grows only in ecologically prosperous areas, does not tolerate air pollution, so its oil is considered one of the safest for home use.
Siberian fir essential oil.
Directions for use:
For external use only. Avoid contact with fir oil on open wounds, eyes and mucous membranes. Do not add to the stones in the bath in undiluted form.
Use of fir oil
For the prevention and treatment of colds: Apply 2 drops of fir oil on a handkerchief and inhale deeply for 5 minutes 3 times a day. With flu and SARS can also be rubbed on the collar zone of the back, chest, feet 4 times a day.
For massage: we recommend adding 6-7 drops of fir oil to 15 grams of massage oil or cream. It disinfects, stimulates healing of superficial wounds, relaxes periarticular tissues, relieves pain.
For the face. It is enough to add a couple of drops of fir oil to your favorite cosmetics (creams, masks) to enrich them. Such means are suitable for solving localized problems of age skin and oily skin prone to rashes.
For a bath. Try a bath with this natural essential oil, which will relax the muscles, soothe the nervous system, improve the quality of sleep for insomnia, and set a positive mood. Mix 3-4 drops of fir oil with sea salt, milk or honey, then add to warm or hot water, take a bath for no more than 15 minutes.
For bathing procedures. To fill the space of the bath with a fresh wood and pine aroma, add 1/2 teaspoon of oil in a scoop of hot water and pour the resulting solution on the heated stones or stove. Do not pour the oil in its pure form on the stones.