Douglas-Fir Hydrosol

  • Hands down our favorite hydrosol for uplifting the spirit and diffusing in the home to bring the forest inside. Douglas-Fir is the most lemony conifer scent and very aromatic, it's refreshing with citrus, coniferous and woody notes. We love to run this hydrosol in our ultrasonic diffuser in place of water.
  • We steam-distill from trees grown and harvested on our land. We slow distill fresh Douglas-Fir boughs in a copper alembic still for a high-quality hydrosol. Learn about the process. Read more about this remarkable tree and what makes Douglas-Fir so special. 
  • Store in a cool, dry place. For a cooling mist store in the refrigerator. Use within one year of opening. 
  • Note: Due to COVID-19 many manufacturing resources are being diverted and there is currently an industry wide shortage on clear glass bottles with atomizer tops. Fine mist sprayers are in high demand right now. We are doing our best to provide continuity in packaging but please understand if alternate packaging is used.
  • Our favorite uses of Douglas-fir hydrosol:
    • Use in place of water in a diffuser to clear the air
    • Inhalation. A great alternative to essential oils, for gentle aromatic benefit
    • Mist onto the face and neck after cleansing for a balanced glow
    • Due to its antimicrobial properties, it's a great ingredient in homemade cleaners
    • Linen, surface or room spray
    • Read 51 Ways to Use Hydrosol
      1. Extraction Method: Steam Distilled
      2. Extraction Date: April 4, 2020
      3. Equipment: Copper Alembic
      4. Plant Part: Douglas-Fir boughs. No herbicide or pesticides used.  
      5. Origin: Oak Run, CA
      6. 100% Pure. No additives or fillers
      7. Vegan
      8. Net Wt. 4 fl oz (113ml)
      9. Every order equals one tree planted; you can help regrow Northern California!
      1. Pseudotsuga menziesii (Douglas-Fir) Hydrosol, grown, harvested and distilled on-site in Oak Run, California
      1. 100% Pseudotsuga menziesii (Douglas-Fir) Hydrosol (Distillate) 

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