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Tree: when we speak of oils that come from trees, this would include barks, twigs, and leaves from certain trees that are used as perfumes and also for aromatherapy purposes.

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  • Siberian Fir
    Abies Alba, needles and twigs from Switzerland, Poland, Germany and France. Fragrance Notes: Siberian Fir Fragrance Characteristics: Arthritis, muscular aches and pains, coughs, sinusitis, fever, and flu·...
  • Cypress
    Cupressus Sempervirens, leaves and twigs from the Mediterranean. Fragrance Notes: Cypress Fragrance Characteristics: Menopausal problems, circulatory conditions, colds, whooping cough, and nervous tension·...
  • Cinnamon Leaf
    Cinnamomum Zeylanicum, Leaves from Sri Lanka, India, and Madagascar. Fragrance Notes: Cinnamon Leaf Fragrance Characteristics: Flu, rhuematism, warts, coughs, colds, and viral infection· Classification:...
  • Camphor
    Cinnmomum Camphora, Seeds from the plant native to Guatemala and India. Fragrance Notes: Camphor Fragrance Characteristics: Colds, coughs, arthritis· Classification: Bark· Scent Strength: Intense·...
  • Balsam
    Pinaceae, Bark from the tree mostly from North America. Fragrance Notes: Balsam Fragrance Characteristics: Burns, cuts, bronchitis, asthma, depression, and tension· Classification: Bark· Scent Strength:...