Are you looking for the best smelling Christmas essential oil blend during the holidays?
Introducing Christmas Tree Lot - Eastern Firs by Forester John.
Imagine the smell of fresh evergreen fir trees as you walk down the aisle at your local Christmas tree lot.
This essential oil blend contains two popular Christmas trees that can be found in tree lots throughout the Eastern United States: Fraser fir and balsam fir.
The oils were extracted directly from the needles and bark of the trees. You are literally smelling them as if they are right in front of you!
The sweet and fragrant notes of Fraser fir compliment perfectly the fresh and clean notes of balsam fir. To top it off, I included a touch of balsam fir bark essential oil to give you the woody notes of a freshly cut Christmas tree.
If you are looking for a smell of ginger, citrus, or other holiday spices then this Christmas blend is not for you.
If you want the clean and fresh scent of Christmas fir trees, then you are in luck. What you get is 100% pure Fraser fir essential oil and balsam fir essential oil.
The result is PURE and clean Christmas BLISS.
Bring your artificial Christmas tree alive and infuse your home with Holiday cheer.
This blend is only available for sale between Thanksgiving Day and New Year’s. That's it. Get yours while supplies last.
Snuggle up to the fire place, grab a cup of hot cocoa and enjoy the real smell of Christmas.
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100% pure essential oil
Fraser Fir (Abies fraseri)
Balsam Fir (Abies balsamea)
Volume: 10 ml
Dimensions: 1.25 x 1.25 x 2.5 inches
Shipping Weight: 4.5 oz
Steam Distilled using needles and branches.
Use for aromatics. Diffuse in your essential oil diffuser of choice.
Possible skin sensitivity. Keep out of reach of children. If you are pregnant, nursing, or under a doctor’s care, consult your physician. Avoid contact with eyes, inner ears, and sensitive areas.
About Christmas Tree Lot – Eastern Firs:
The trees in this Christmas essential oil blend are my two favorite Christmas trees of all time: Fraser fir and balsam fir. It brings back memories of when I was a part of the Forestry Club at the University of Minnesota. Each year we organized a large Christmas tree lot sale. Fraser fir and balsam fir were hands down the two most popular trees because of their beautiful shape and fragrant smell. I hope you enjoy it.