Fir Needle Essential Oil


Fresh, sweet, light crisp pine with fruity undertones. This uplifting forest-fresh scent is a wonderful respiratory support oil. Fir needle helps ease congested breathing associated with seasonal illness and seasonal pollen threats. 

  • Helps improve upper respiratory
  • Helps support the body's detoxification process
  • Helps ease the discomfort of muscle soreness


Fir Needle Oil
Abies Sibirica

Aromatic Description:
Fresh, sweet, light crisp pine with fruity undertones.

Blends Well With:
Frankincense, rosemary, tea tree, lavender and lemon 


The robust and uplifting scent of fir needle is reminiscent of walking through the forest on a crisp fall day. The fir needle essential oil compounds are derived from the popular Christmas tree species,  but the benefits are so much more than a seasonal treat.

The Siberian fir grows naturally in the mountainous and northern regions of Russia.

The luxuriant branches are harvested and distilled from late winter until August when they contain the highest concentration of essential oil.

Country of Origin:

Steam distilled

Plant Part:
Cones and needles

Top and middle


15 mL/ 0.5 fl. Oz

Primary Benefits

Diffuse or Blend with rosemary and eucalyptus oil for a respiratory refresher. Inhale directly to help boost your mood, relieve mental fatigue, and decongest. 

Dilute and apply topically to help relax and relieve muscle aches and pain. You can also blend with a carrier oil along with lavender and orange for a relaxing, pain-relieving rub.

How To Use


These essential oils are for aromatic and topical use only. Diffuse or inhale directly. To use topically, dilute with a carrier oil to avoid skin irritation.

Keep out of reach of children. Avoid contact with eyes and other sensitive areas. Consult a physician before use if you are nursing or pregnant. Not recommended for diffusing or topical use on children under age 6.


Q5 Certified (Learn More)
100% Pure Essential Oil
Therapeutic Grade
Sustainably sourced

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