Fir Balsam has been used throughout history for its medicinal purposes, especially by North American Indians. It has also been widely used in religious ceremonies and as a scenting agent in many household cleaners, soaps, colognes, and air fresheners.
Name of Oil:Fir Balsam
Latin Binomial:Abies balsamea
Countries of Origin:Canada
Scent Profile:woody, clean, fresh, coniferous, balsamic
Parts used in distillation:Needles and twigs
Oil Characteristics:clear to pale yellow, thin, medium aroma
Cultivation – Conventional Farming