Incense Cedar(Libocedrus decurrens) is a conifer native from the Cascade Range of Oregon. Both the wood and foliage are highly fragrant and has woody notes. The aroma of this oil improves with age and is both woodsy and earthy.
Grand fir(Abies grandis) is a majestic native conifer of the Pacific Northwest, with bright green foliage that has distinctive citrus-scented needles. The oil retains the natural fragrance of the foliage and has a refreshing, lemony aroma.
Noble Fir (Abies procera) is the most popular Christmas tree from the Pacific Northwest, in part due to its fragrant foliage. The oil has a "great outdoors" scent and is tinged naturally with light blue.
Western Red Cedar(Thuja plicata) is native along streams and springs of Oregon. A large, long-lived conifer, it is extremely important to Northwest Native American cultures. The aroma is clean and camphor-like.