If you’re always pining for some mountain time but can’t pack up and leave whenever you want, Idaho Grand Fir essential oil is the perfect oil to help you stay connected to your roots! Sourced from the Young Living Highland Flats Tree Farm in Naples, Idaho, this oil offers a woodsy, refreshing aroma reminiscent of a freshly cut Christmas tree.
Why so woodsy? The tree that Idaho Grand Fir comes from, the Abies grandis, is commonly used during winter festivities! Elements of this tree were also used year round by Native American cultures to promote well-being and the sensation of deeper breathing. Get your forest fix today by using Idaho Grand Fir oil in one of these five fantastic ways!
While you can’t carry around a whole forest with you, you can enjoy crisp, qualitree mountain air by adding 2 drops R.C.™ essential oil blend and 1 drop Idaho Grand Fir essential oil to a bit of coconut oil. Rub this unbe-leaf-able arboreal blend into your chest and inhale. Feel the coolness and luxuriate in the sensation of deeper breathing!
Roll with it
Try branching out with one of these roll-on recipes! Want to add a little flair? Apply your forest-inspired blends with these cute roller bottles.
Tree-t yourself to a little post-workout pampering with the bright aromas of Cool Azul® and Idaho Grand Fir! Add all the ingredients to a roller bottle and use on joints and muscles.
If you love the smell of the woods, wear a drop or two for an outdoorsy perfume! Instead of layering jackets, layer Idaho Grand Fir with Patchouli or Cinnamon Bark for a warm, inviting scent. Pre-fir a sweeter blend? Just add Lemon, Tangerine, or Ylang Ylang. If you’re stumped on how to make a custom blend, read up on making your very own perfume or cologne!
Go out on a limb and include Idaho Grand Fir as part of your camping essentials! Mix up equal parts water and white vinegar in a spray bottle and add 10–15 drops of Idaho Grand Fir essential oil. Use it to spray down and freshen up picnic tables and deck chairs!
Spent too much time in the sun? Add a drop each of Idaho Grand Fir and Lavender to your aloe vera gel for some mountain-scented skin care.
If you’re forced to be indoors from time to time but always crave that sweet mountain air, try mixing Idaho Grand Fir with Frankincense and Vetiver for some instant outdoor vibes. Now you can imagine you’re visiting the annual Winter Harvest at Young Living’s Highland Flats Tree Farm and Distillery in Naples, Idaho, all year long!