Douglas Fir Oil

Douglas fir oil..... The Douglas fir is the most common Christmas tree in the West.

Closeup of Douglas Fir Cone, Olympic National Park, Washington, USA
Closeup of Douglas Fir Cone, Olympic National Park, Washington, USA

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Botanical Name - Pseudotsuga menziesii

Common Method Of Extraction - Steam distilled

Parts Used - Needles and twigs

Note Classification - Middle

Aroma - Clear and fresh air conifer with a lemon-citrus note

Largest Producing Countries - Canada and France

Traditional Use – This oil is a local disinfectant, often used for respiratory infections. It’s also used as a room freshener and fragrance in soaps.

Properties - Antiseborrhoeic, antiseptic, antitussive, calmative, immunostimulant, mucolytic, nervine, pectoral, stomachic, tonic, and vasodilator.

Benefits - Acne, anxiety, asthma, bronchitis, colds, coughs, depression, digestive issues, flu, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, joint issues, menstrual cramping, migraines, muscle spasm, muscular aches and pains, respiratory issues, rheumatism, sinusitis, stress, throat infection, and wounds.

Blends Well With - Galbanum, labdanum, lavender, lemon, marjoram, pine, rosemary, and other firs.

Safety Data - Douglas fir oil generally is non-toxic, non-irritant, and non-sensitizing. This oil isn’t for internal use. It’s not recommended to use this oil while pregnant.

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