Siberian Fir and Cassia Essential Oils

Siberian Fir

The fresh, pine-like aroma of Siberian Fir is used to soothe feelings of anxiousness, combat daily stress, and ease muscle soreness. The oil is steam distilled from a fragrant evergreen tree that thrives in the remote forests of Siberia.


  • After strenuous activity, massage into skin for soothing comfort.
  • When working through difficult circumstances at home, work, or school, diffuser Siberian Fir to help reduce stress.
  • Apply topically to skin to help soothe minor skin irritations.
  • Inhale deeply and experience the refreshing aroma.


  • Massage into skin after exercise for a soothing aroma.  
  • Combine with Fractionated Coconut Oil for an invigorating massage. 
  • Add one to two drops to the shower floor for an energizing fragrance.
  • Add to nightly skincare routine to enhance the appearance of healthy-looking skin.


Siberian Fir is The Oil of Aging and Perspective. This oil can assist an individual in addressing generational healing from the perspective of the mature. It assists transition into a more full, mature awareness. Supporting negative emotions of grieving, loss, despairing, sad, regretful, fretting, over the past and pining. Supporting positive emotions of feeling comforted, forgiveness, perspective, honest, wisdom, living in the present, optimistic, adaptable and peaceful. (Source Emotions and Essential Oils 2017.)


A warming oil that dates back to biblical times, Cassia promotes healthy digestion and immune function while providing a strong, uplifting aroma.*



  • Apply to back of neck for a calming aroma.
  • Combine with Fractionated Coconut Oil and massage into muscles for a warming sensation.
  • Combine one drop Cassia and one drop Wild Orange and apply to wrists for an uplifting aroma.


  • Place a drop of Cassia in water to support hydration while outdoors.
  • Add one drop Cassia and two drops Lemon to warm water to create a soothing tea.


  • Add to mop water for a pleasing aroma and added cleansing benefits.
  • Blend with Tangerine and diffuse during cold seasons for a spicy, warm aroma.

Cassia is The Oil of Self -Assurance. Cassia brings gladness and courage to the heart and soul. It is a wonderful remedy for the shy and timid. It helps those who hold back and try to hide. Cassia dispels fear and replaces it with self assurance and challenges individuals to try even when they are afraid. Supporting negative emotions of embarrassed, hiding, fearful, humiliated, insecure, judged, shy and worthless. Positive emotional feelings of courageous, self assured, unashamed, confident, valued and authentic. (Source Emotions and Essential Oils 2017)




For your Physical and Emotional Health! 
Bonus – They smell INCREDIBLE in the diffuser together!!!

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Published by The Mystic Healing Artist & Intuitive - Pamela Zmija

Pam is a nature and lifestyle photographer, biz woman, number cruncher, oil lover, healer and most important, a mom and wife. She is passionate about inspiring and empowering mom’s and their families to become the true architect of their life to learn real, simple and affordable ways of positive change in their lifestyle to be healthier and happier… naturally!  Creative and conscious about the value of a dollar, Pam is driven by feeling good!   #lifestylephotographer #doTERRA #EssentialOils #YourLifeAsArtEssentials  #PCOS #MentalHealth #ADHD #ouroilylife #thehealingartist #yourlifeasart #naturephotographer

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