Essential oils are those magical potions obtained from plants and animal which have the ability to cure the seemingly incurable and healing the worst of physical strains…And just one such oil being Fir Needle
Fir Essential Oil has been used traditionally for fever, rheumatic pain and any kind of respiratory or sinus infections. It contains d-limonene as the other fir oils; however white fir essential oil has a higher antioxidant value than balsam fir.
Fir oil is also very soothing to rheumatic pain, and great for muscles (or joints and tendons) that have been overworked or are tired. Fir has been also used for back pain and, heart and chest pains.
Fir benefits all issues and emotional issues; alleviates depression; balances endocrine system; put in water and drink; gentle to skin and burns: equal to frankincense in DNA repair; will increase your aware-ness, attunement to nature, well-being; mix half and half with frankincense. According to Dr. Young, Balsam is being combined with frankincense to support the wellness of those who are battling serious illnesses. The fir tree – a tree commonly used as a Christmas symbol today – has been prized through the ages for its medicinal effects and ability to heal respiratory conditions and muscular or rheumatic pain.
Idaho Balsam Fir is a conifer oil distilled in northern Idaho that has a refreshing and uplifting scent. Those who have assisted in harvesting have reported unusually high energy, stamina and good mood, with the smell of balsam becoming intoxicating during the long cold days. Used in massage, it has a soothing effect on muscle and body discomfort associated with exercise. Idaho Balsam Fir has an approximate ORAC (antioxidant rating) of 205,047 (TE/L). (Photo courtesy of Brian Stansberry, Wikimedia Commons).
Fir is useful for respiratory conditions (asthma, bronchitis, catarrh, chronic, coughs, sore throat, colds, flu, fever, muscular, arthritic, back and rheumatic pain, inflammation, osteoporosis,
It is possibly the best natural oil to deal with –
- Nervous tension
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