Douglas-Fir Hydrosol

  • Hands down my 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. I love to run this hydrosol in my ultrasonic diffuser in place of water.
  • Steam-distilled from trees grown and harvested on our land.  I 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. I am doing my best to provide continuity in packaging but please understand if alternate packaging is used.
  • My 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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