Top Constituents ✌ ✌ ✌

☼ beta-Pinene

☼ alpha-Pinene

☼ 3-Carene

☼ Sabinene

☼ Camphene


Douglas Fir is very high in monoterpenes. Fascinatingly, it combines beta-Pinene, which is a top constituent in Lime and Lemon essential oils, with other monoterpenes that are usually more represented by wood essential oils such as Frankincense, Juniper Berry, and Cypress. This unique tapestry of chemistries contributes to its woody, lemon-scented aroma as well as its uplifting and renewing properties. Try blending it with citrus, wood, and spice essential oils.

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