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Great Smoky Mountains National Park: Mountain Top Conifer Forest

"When I opened this oil it instantly took me to a place where I have not been in a long time. I am truly amazed by how Forester John captures a place like this."
- Justin M. , Great Smoky Mt NP customer

↟  STAY CONNECTED TO THE SMOKIES  ↟

A fresh and crisp forest scented essential oil blended by Forester John using the same tree species that grow together naturally in the Fraser fir-red spruce forests found on the mountain tops of Great Smoky Mountains National Park 🌄

 

Bring the Smokies Home!

  • Ingredients:
    100% PURE Undiluted Essential Oil

    Fraser Fir (Abies fraseri)
    Red Spruce (Picea rubens)

    Specs:
    Volume: 10 ml
    Dimensions: 1.25 x 1.25 x 2.5 inches
    Shipping Weight: 4.5 oz

    Extraction method:
    Steam Distilled using needles and branches.

Customer Reviews

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Paige F.
forest bathing

For those of us who can't regularly get to a forest for its healing properties, this essential oil can transport you for a little while. I have not gotten a diffuser yet, I just put a drop on my finger and take big inhales whenever I need some calm. Once I get a diffuser, I know my experience will be heightened. The sustainable shipping packaging is wonderful and I know the little canister will have some other use once I am done.

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Becky H.
Great Smoky Mountains - So realistic!!

I've hiked in the Great Smoky Mountains. This blend takes me there when I'm not able to be there. Perfect!!!

Thanks for the review Becky! I am glad this takes you to the Smokies :) - Forester John ↟

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Margaret B.
Great Smoky Mountains

Not one of our favorites, has an earthy, dampness smell that we didn't care for.

Thanks for the review Margaret! I like your description of the scent. - Forester John ↟

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Steve M.
Good product.

Smells like the woods.

I am happy you like the Great Smoky blend! Thanks Steve! - Forester John ↟

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Terry M.

My favorite thing to do in early December is go to a Christmas tree lot late in the day when it’s cool and take in the scents of the fresh cut trees. This scent is the closest I’ve come to that experience.

I know that smell and it is amazing. Thanks Terry! - Forester John ↟