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Balsam Fir Hydrosol stimulates lymphatic circulation, toning the adrenals and offering a host of beneficial effects, this hydrosol is a true source of vitality. Whether inhaled to relieve rhinitis and bronchitis, or diffused to purify the air and awaken the spirit.

Our carefully-harvested Balsam Fir Hydrosol also acts on the psychic level , toning the mind, improving concentration and stimulating the spirit. Whether used as a compress with essential oils to treat cellulite or cramps, this organic hydrosol offers a complete immersion in the benefits of nature. Experience the invigorating freshness of Balsam Fir with our premium hydrosol.

Balsam fir essential oil stimulates the body and increases energy metabolism. It is effective for stop the progression of a cold, tone the adrenals (useful against hot flashes), relieve rheumatism and joint pain. In diffusion, it acts as a aerial antiseptic with a comforting balsamic scent, helping to release stress and alleviate feelings of depression.


  • Circulatory system: lymphotonic.
  • Endocrine system: cortisone mimetic, balancing, adrenal tonic.
  • Immune system: antibacterial, winter antiseptic, antiviral, antiparasitic, vermifuge, antifungal, rapid and marked immunostimulant, Koch bacillus.
  • Respiratory system: pulmonary decongestant with exocrinostimulating and lymphotonic action, bronchial antispasmodic.
  • The nervous system: analgesic, stimulating irrigation of the brain, relaxing: promotes sleep, antispasmodic, calms the abdominal brain and central nervous system.
  • Osteoarticular system: anti-inflammatory, analgesic, analgesic, decongestant, anti-arthritic.


  • Psycho toning
  • Increases the ability to concentrate
  • Promotes logical reasoning
  • Stimulates the mind
  • Increases psychic resistance


rhinitis, bronchitis, dyspnea, sinusitis, aerophagia, antiparasitic (ascariasis), rheumatism, osteoarthritis, cellulite, cramps, fatigue, asthenia, purifies the air.


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Conifers played a crucial role in the traditional healing practices of First Nations, nuns of Providence and even eminent figures such as Hildegard von Bingen. They used a fir balm to treat various conditions such as cuts, ulcers, rheumatism, kidney pain and chronic respiratory problems, as well as as a tonic.

This balm, often called Canada balsam, also has antiscorbutic properties. Fir bark was also widely used in decoction or infusion to treat internal problems such as tuberculosis or diarrhea. The Ojibwa, for example, used the resin boiled with tallow or fat to make pitch and caulk their canoes. Europeans, for their part, used fir gum to glue objective lenses because of its great transparency.

The Balsam Fir is also known as the iconic Christmas tree in many Western homes. Its resinous, slightly sweet scent, with a subtle note of grapefruit, evokes a feeling of happiness and warmth during the festivities of the holiday season, marking the start of Canadian winter.

The Balsam Fir is native to the northern forests of central and eastern North America. This evergreen pyramid-shaped conifer grows in a variety of soils and climates. Like black spruce, it is very resistant to the intense cold of the northern regions. It can reach up to 25 m in height and live up to 150 years. It is recognized among other conifers by its flat, dark green, non-prickly and fragrant needles, drawn with two white stripes below. The vesicles in the bark contain a viscous and sticky resin called fir gum or Canadian white balsam or Canadian turpentine.

Hydrosols offer remarkable benefits for human, animal, insect and plant well-being. For appropriate and safe use, we recommend that you refer to specialized aromatherapy books. Additionally, consulting an aromatherapy professional can be beneficial in identifying the biochemical compounds and aromatic molecules in essential oils, thereby improving the effectiveness of your care.

Our hydrosols do not contain preservatives, so it is recommended to store them in a cool, dry place, away from light and air, for a shelf life of 1 to 3 years.

The information provided on this Website is NOT a medical recommendation for treatment or cure of any medical condition or disease.

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