Welcome Copaiba + Siberian Fir to the DoTERRA family! These new essential oils are incredibly versatile; let's learn a bit more now!
Copaiba Essential Oil
An exceptional addition to the resinous oils doTERRA offers, Copaiba is extracted from copaiba trees in the Amazon rain forest. The essential oil is steam distilled from the copaiba oleoresin, a substance made up of resin and essential oils. The collection process of the oleoresin is unique among essential oils—it is tapped from the tree in a similar way to how maple trees are for their syrup. The oleoresin is then steam distilled to produce the essential oil.
Copaiba’s main chemical component is beta-caryophyllene, a chemical similar to cannabinoids found in cannabis that may protect nerve cells and have benefits for the cardiovascular and immune systems.*
Our Favorite Uses of Copaiba Essential Oil:
Copaiba is a versatile oil. See some of our favorite ways to use it below:
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Interested in trying Copaiba essential oil? It is being launched early, and is now available for purchase! Click HERE then Shop!
Native to both Russia and Canada, the Siberian fir tree is a tall evergreen conifer. It is already being used in some familiar blends doTERRA offers like the Purify Cleansing Blend, where it is used to purify the air and protect against environmental threats. The scent also often reminds people of the Christmas season. If you’re familiar with the doTERRA Holiday Joy blend, you are probably already familiar with Siberian Fir—it’s the first ingredient on the bottle.
To create this refreshing and calming essential oil, harvesters collect the needles and twigs. Both components are then steam distilled.
Our Favorite Uses of Siberian Fir Essential Oil:
Siberian Fir’s woody scent makes it a pleasant oil to use. See some of our favorite ways below:
Which is which?
Do you know how to tell the difference between pine and fir trees? They’re both evergreen conifer trees, but look closer at the needles. If you’ve got a stem with needles in groups of two, three, or five you are likely looking at a pine tree. If the needles are singly on the stem, and the needle feels flat and doesn’t roll between your fingers easily, it’s a fir tree.
Siberian Fir is available now and will replace White Fir in the single oils doTERRA offers. Click HERE then Shop!
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.