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White Fir Essential Oil: The Fragrant Christmas Scent for Home, Body, and Mind

White fir trees are everywhere during the holidays. The gentle yet refreshing scent of pine fills the air as colored lights twinkle amongst the branches. You can get the stunning fragrance of white fir all year long with white fir essential oil. It offers mental health benefits and can be used in a variety of ways.

Native Americans used white fir needles to fill pillows and the oil as a medicinal tincture. White fir oil features antiseptic, analgesic, and antibacterial properties. The oil is great for freshening a room and eliminating bad odors. White fir oil enables relaxation and reduces stress. It may reduce symptoms of pain and improve respiratory function.

Overall, white fir oil isn’t a powerhouse when it comes to health benefits. However, it is a great fragrance to add to your essential oil collection if you enjoy woodsy aromas. Find out more about this oil and how you can use it to relax and unwind.

White Fir Essential Oil: fir tree with pinecone

What Is White Fir Essential Oil?

White fir oil is extracted from the needles of the white fir tree known by the botanical name Abies concolor. The Abies alba species is used to make white fir oil. This fir tree is also commonly known as the silver fir tree. It is a popular favorite for Christmas trees due to the abundance of soft needles and high retention rate. The white fir tree is native to high mountain forests and used widely s building material in construction. The white free tree is native to Europe and North America. It is similar in appearance to the Douglas fir.

Composition and Extraction

The main chemical components of white fir oil are beta-pinene, limonene, and bornyl acetate. The oil is extracted from the needles of the tree through a process of steam distillation. The needles are harvested and steam is passed through the plant parts. The steam produces high pressure and temperature that remove the oil from cellular sacs. The vapor then collects on a metal condenser where it cools. The oil rises to the surface and is collected for testing and packaging.

Aroma

The aroma of white fir oil is clean and crisp. The beta-pinene in white fir oil lends a refreshing, piney fragrance. It invokes the essence of gallivanting in wooded forests. It’s also reminiscent of Christmas mornings spent by the fire. This wintergreen oil blends well with other tree oils such as tea tree and cypress essential oil. It is also complementary to spice oils such as clove oil. It pairs well with lemon essential oil and wild orange oil for an energizing diffusion.

White Fir Essential Oil Uses

1. Induce Relaxation

White fir oil contains monoterpenes such as limonene and beta-pinene that are correlated with elevated mood. The piney scent of white fir oil helps melt away stress and improve mood. The invigorating aroma uplifts mood and balances out emotions. White fir oil can induce feelings of stability, making it a good choice after a stressful day.

How to Use: Relaxation Diffuser Blend or Hand Rub

Add 2 drops of white fir oil add 2 drops lavender oil to your diffuser. Sit down in a comfortable chair and breathe deeply for 10 minutes. Keep a diffuser in your office to combat times of increased pressure as deadlines loom. Alternatively, add a few drops of the oils to a cotton ball and place underneath your pillow for enhanced sleep. You can also add a drop of the oil to your wrists, hands, or neck when you need a little extra relaxation.

2. Relieve Sore Muscles

White fir oil is a great addition to your gym bag and post-workout recovery. The analgesic properties of the oil help to relieve pain caused by achy muscles and joint stress. The oil is thin in viscosity so it blends and spreads well as massage oil.

How to Use: Massage Oil

Combine 2 drops of white fir oil and 4 drops of carrier oil such as sea buckthorn oil or flaxseed oil. Gently warm the oil by rubbing it together between your palms or on low heat in the microwave. Apply directly to sore areas and massage gently for 5 to 10 minutes. Add 2 drops of clove oil or cardamom oil for a naturally stimulating and warming effect.

3. All Natural Cleaning Solution

The aromatic fragrance of white fir oil makes it ideal for cleaning and freshening your home. The oils help to protect wood furniture from scratches while cleaning the surfaces of harmful bacteria. The oil leaves a gleaming shine that makes furniture look new and freshly finished.

How to Use: Wood Floor Cleaner

Combine 30 drops each of white fir oil, cypress oil, Douglas fir oil, and lemon essential oil in a one-gallon container. Add two tablespoons of castile soap and fill the container with warm water. Shake well and apply to a soft microfiber towel to wipe down wood surfaces or use a mop to clean large floor surfaces. Use the same cleaning solution to wipe down countertops and dusty furniture by pouring it into a spray bottle.

4. Cologne or Perfume

White fir is a grounding oil that adds a medium note to colognes and perfumes. It plays up earthy scents when combined with other tree and spice oils. It  can also have a sweeter aroma when combined with floral or citrus scents.

How to Use: Make Your Own

You don’t have to hunt down white fir perfume at your local health store. Make your own simply by combining a few essential oils. To make an earthy fragrance, combine 10 drops sandalwood oil, 20 drops white fir oil, 5 drops lemon eucalyptus oil, and 30 drops of bergamot essential oil. Add to a 10 milliliter bottle and fill with carrier oil such as argan oil or arnica oil. Let the mixture infuse for 24 hours. Shake well before each use.

Switch out some of the ingredients for a floral scent if preferred. Use 10 drops ginger oil, 20 drops white fir oil, 5 drops lavender oil, and 30 drops grapefruit oil. Combine in the same method above. You can opt for more floral carrier oil such as rosehip oil or coconut oil to enhance the complexity of the fragrance.

Side Effects of White Fir Essential Oil

There are a few things to be mindful of when using white fir oil. Essential oils are highly concentrated and should be diluted to avoid serious side effects. Always use pure therapeutic grade essential oils to avoid additional side effects from synthetics and chemicals. Follow proper usage and dosage suggestions and you should largely avoid any side effects.

Oral Use

Some essential oils such as fir oil can be consumed orally. Individuals who are experienced at using essential oils are the only ones who should consume oils orally. Preferably, oil administration should be conducted with the supervision of a healthcare professional. There is significant danger of serious side effects with oral consumption of essential oils so proceed with caution.

Skin Sensitivity

White fir oil can cause skin irritation in certain individuals. Always test the oil on a small patch of skin before applying in larger amounts. Monitor for signs of redness, rash, or itchy skin. Stop use immediately and rinse with warm water if you experience any of these symptoms or an allergic reaction. Always apply white fir oil with carrier oil such as fractionated coconut oil, avocado oil, or evening primrose oil.

Pregnancy and Young Children

Research is not sufficient to determine potential hazardous side effects fro pregnant women and women who are breastfeeding. It’s always best to consult a physician before taking essential oils. White fir oil should not be used on young children as they tend to be more sensitive and susceptible to side effects.

Summary of White Fir Oil

White fir oil isn’t renowned for its health benefits. The oil does provide useful chemical compounds for overall wellbeing, but the oil isn’t a source of international research intrigue. Instead, this oil is beloved for its piney fragrance. It is one of the most aromatic oils and boasts a woodsy, earthy fragrance that is refreshing and relaxing. The calming aroma is marvelous and invokes the spirit of Christmas. If you love holiday scents, white fir oil is the perfect addition to your essential oils collection.


Silver Fir Essential Oil

Fir silver essential oil is obtained from the leavesThere are several fir essential oils extracted from the needles and twigs of trees belonging to the Pinaceae family, and most notably these fall within the Abies, Picea and Pinus genera.

Strictly speaking, only those of the Abies genus should be considered true ‘fir’ oils. As always, it is the use of common names that have introduced confusion within this taxonomic group.

For example, the Douglas fir which is commonly employed as a Christmas tree in the North-west United States is not actually a true fir but is classified in the Psuedotsuga genus.

Likewise, the Chinese fir is not a true fir but is classified in the Cunninghamia genus. Exercise caution when purchasing fir essential oil if the botanical name is not provided, since the oils from other species can be sensitising or irritant. True silver fir essential oil is derived only from Abies alba.

General description

Abies alba is also known as the European Silver Fir, White Fir or White Spruce and is a lofty, symmetrical tree with a pyramidal form. It is considered the second largest tree in Europe after the Norway Spruce (Picea abies), and there have been many examples recorded in European countries where mature specimens have achieved the truly colossal height of 55 metres (179 ft).

Measuring up to 2 metres in diameter, the straight trunk is smooth and grey with resinous blisters, bearing horizontal boughs that curve upward at their outer extremities. The flat, needle-like leaves are dark green above with two white lines beneath, and when seen from below the tree appears to have a silvery colour – hence its common name. Silver fir essential oil is extracted from these leaves.

The winter buds are green, rounded and resinous, and at maturity the cones turn brown and stand upright. These cones are composed of thin, close scales, and each scale bears two winged seeds. An oil known as ‘Templin’ is produced from the cones, and the odour of this oil is colourfully described by the expert oil researcher Guenther, as ‘suave and balsamic’.

Geographical sources

The silver fir is native to Europe, with extensive forests located on the southern Alps, and it is also plentiful in the Rhineland and on the Apennine and Pyrenees ranges. In fact the tree is abundant in most of the mountain ranges of southern and central Europe, but it is not usually found in the northern parts of that continent. In Russia this species occurs on the Caucasus and Ural mountains and in some parts of the Altai chain, and it is also prevalent throughout most of North and Central America.

Folk medicine

Like many species of fir and pine, the entire tree is highly medicinal and provides a wealth of health giving remedies. The buds are antibiotic, antiseptic and balsamic, and the bark which can be harvested throughout the year is antiseptic and astringent. Leaves are expectorant, working also as a bronchial sedative, and the resin is antiseptic, balsamic, diuretic, eupeptic, expectorant, vasoconstrictor and vulnerary. What a powerhouse of health this tree is!

For centuries, the essential oil derived from the fragrant needles and twigs of silver fir has been used throughout the European continent for conditions such as fevers, arthritis, rheumatism, muscular pain and respiratory problems.

The tree also yields a high-quality turpentine known as ‘Strassburg Turpentine’ or ‘Therebenthine d’Alsace’ from blisters on its bark. Burgundy pitch and other resin products are also commercially obtained from the bark. The silver fir tree has a soft wood that is easily worked, and in many countries where it grows it is employed in carpentry.

Harvesting and distillation

Some harvesting takes place all year round, except in areas where heavy snow causes problems with transportation. Prior to distillation, the twigs are chopped into small pieces in order to pack the still as tightly as possible. Silver fir essential oil was still produced abundantly in many small village distilleries throughout Russia during the early 1900’s.

Steam distillation of the needles and twigs reportedly produces a yield of between 0.25% and 0.35% colourless, or pale yellow essential oil. The fragrance of the oil is sweet-green, slightly fruity and balsamic, and very reminiscent of the fresh needles. An absolute is also produced in France which is often referred to as Absolu d’Aiguilles.

Benefits of silver fir essential oil

Together with its close relative pine needle (Pinus sylvestris), silver fir essential oil does not appear to be very popular in the world of aromatherapy despite its many benefits. Nonetheless, it has powerful antiseptic properties that can be put to great use during the cold and flu season, – vaporising it helps to stop these conditions from spreading and clears a stuffy nose at the same time.

The extracted essential oil has a wide range of therapeutic properties including analgesic, antiseptic, astringent, balsamic, decongestant, deodorant, diuretic, expectorant, immuno-stimulant, rubefacient, stimulant, tonic, vasoconstrictor and vulnerary.

Its rubefacient and diuretic properties are ideal in combination with massage for such conditions as muscular aches and pains, arthritis, rheumatism, fluid retention and cellulite. Silver fir has a mild analgesic action that really seems to help ease stiff joints and muscles, whilst acting as a tonic to the whole system.

This tonic action also helps boost the emotions, bringing upliftment to downheartedness, negativity, sadness, stress and nervous exhaustion. When vaporising the oil, for me the fragrance is always reminiscent of a walk in a coniferous forest – uplifting, refreshing and highly rewarding.

Silver fir essential oil is a top note, adding a fresh, green nuance wherever it is used. It blends very nicely with cypress, cedars, lavender, lemongrass, marjoram sweet, peppermint, rosemary, sandalwood, spearmint and most citrus oils.

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