Essential Oil Blends and Singles

Siberian Fir

 

Siberian Fir is a new oil for me.  I feel like it is similar to White Fir except more powerful.  The major constituents in Siberian Fir are monoterpenes.  It is very plentiful.  Here is the comparison of Siberian Fir, Douglas Fir, & White Fir.  dōTERRA no longer carries White Fir.

Siberian Fir has more prominent chemistry than White Fir.  One very exciting news about Siberian Fir is that it can be used internally.  Siberian Fir blends well with Arborvitae, Cypress, Douglas Fir, Eucalyptus, Lemon, Marjoram, Rosemary and Frankincense.

BODY

Muscle & Joint Support: Mix Siberian, Copaiba and Fractionated Coconut Oil.  Apply to joints and muscles to ease discomforts.

Relaxation to Whole Body: Siberian Fir directly affects, calms and soothe the central nervous system.

Circulation & Cardiovascular Support: Apply on veins, muscles and on the feet.  Rub over the heart and heart reflex.  Siberian Fir supports better circulation in the body.

Normal Cell Function Support: Siberian Fir and Frankincense used daily will help support cell function.  You can use it topically and internally to help cells function optimally.

Cleansing and Balancing:  1-3 drops in a capsule daily to support body systems.  Siberian Fir is great for Cholesterol balancing and liver cleansing too.  When the gut is healthy, you’ll find you are more energized.

Digestion & Metabolism: 1-3 drops in a capsule daily to support body to boost metabolism and digestion.  You can also rub on feet and reflex points.

Respiratory: Use in combination with Rosemary, Eucalyptus, Cypress or Lime for clarifying aroma and respiratory support. Soothe the airways, especially dry airways.  Diffusing these oils will help clean the air too.

Tissue Support: Mix with Melaleuca, Cedarwood or flower oils and dilute with Fractionated Coconut Oil.  Apply to soothe skin irritations and blemishes.  Apply to calm overactive tissues and ease discomfort.

Immune & Urinary Support: 1-3 drops in a capsule daily.  Also consider rubbing on your abdomen.

Surface Cleansing:  Combine with a citrus oil to cleaning surfaces.

Hormone Balancing for Men & Women: Rub on lower abdomen and ankles.  Use alone or with other hormone balancing oils 2-4 times a day for at least 2 months.

MIND

Siberian Fir is the Oil of Aging & Perspective.  According to the Emotions & Essential Oilsthe negative emotions Siberian Fir oil helps to shift are as follows: Grieving, loss, despairing, sad, regretful, fretting over the past, pining

The positive properties we can incorporate are the following: Comforted, forgiveness, perspective, honest, wisdom, living in the present, optimistic, adaptable, peaceful.

This oil helps people move into and accept maturity.  Siberian Fir invites us to let go of past griefs, pains, regrets, hurts and other negative attachments to the past.  It allows you to reconcile with life as you assess your life over again.  Forgiveness is a big part of what Siberian Fir does.

Relaxation & Rest: Diffuse and inhale often.  I like to think about the positive emotions and repeat it to yourself as you inhale Siberian Fir.  I am comforted, honest, optimistic, peaceful.

Brain Fog: Diffuse and inhale.  Rub on the bottom of your big toes too. The fog is all the negative thoughts clouding our mind.  Also, on a physical level if we cleanse our gut, our neurotransmitters will be happier and allow our brain to think clearer.

SPIRIT

To me White Fir teaches us to release generational baggage, but Siberian Fir teaches us to not only do that but also to encourage you to not create baggage for your children to carry.  It feels like Siberian Fir ‘raises the bar’ on us.

Siberian Fir invites you to see the ‘perfection’ or meaning and purpose of every chapter in your life.  When you look back on the uncomfortable chapters with peace and acceptance then you’re healed. This is the last step to my Energy Balancing With Faith technique.

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