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Cedar Wood Essential Oil
1/3 oz. (10ml) cobalt blue w/ dropper $18

Cedar Wood Essential Oil

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  • Aromatherapy uses of Cedarwood oil include:stress, concentration, arthritis, disperse fear

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essence oils
25L Cedarwood (Juniperus mexicana) Texas
25F Cedarwood ess. oil (Cedrus deodorata) Himalayas


Cedar wood Essential Oil


Extraction Method: Steam Distilled

 

Plant Part: berries (peppercorn)


Strength of Aroma: Moderate

 

Aromatic Scent:

spicy, earthy


Blends well with Lime and Cinnamon Oils

Cedar Wood Essential Oil


25L Cedarwood (Juniperus mexicana) Texas
25F Cedarwood ess. oil (Cedrus deodorata) Himalayas

Aromatherapy Properties:

stress, concentration, arthritis, disperse fear


Health Benefits

  • Cedar wood essential oil assists in relieving spasms; tightens and tones muscles, skin, nervous system, stomach, digestive system and brain functions; lessens toothaches, strengthens the grip of gums on teeth and protects them from falling out; tightens loose muscles and gives a feeling of firmness, fitness and youth; addresses obesity, hypertension, high blood pressure, rheumatism, arthritis, gout, urinary tract infections and the accumulation of toxins in the blood.
  • It stimulates and bring about menstruation, while also regularizing the cycle. The pain and side effects like nausea, fatigue, and mood swings associated with menstruation are also relieved through the regular use of Cedar wood Oil.
  • As an astringent, cedarwood oil is also useful for protecting the skin from toxins and bacteria. It efficiently eliminates coughs and removes phlegm from the respiratory tracts and lungs, thereby relieving congestion.
  • It also gives relief from headaches, red and watery eyes, and other symptom of coughs and colds. A small amount of this oil can also help one get a good night’s sleep when suffering from cough and cold. By stimulating the loosening of phlegm and the coughing which will remove it, it also protect the respiratory tract and overall health from toxins and conditions that excess phlegm can cause.
  • Cedar wood oil can also be used as a mosquito and insect repellent. When used in vaporizers, it drives away mosquitoes, flies and other insects in a large area around the house. It is regularly sprinkled on pillows or sheets at night so mosquitoes and other similarly irritating bugs and pests are driven away.
  • Cedarwood oil has a great soothing and calming effect on the mind, cures inflammations, itching of skin, while relieving tension and anxiety.
  • It can induce the release of serotonin, which is converted into melatonin in the brain. Melatonin induces fatigue and calm, restorative sleep and is recommended for those with chronic anxiety, stress, and depression

  • Suggested Uses

    • Use Cedarwood Essential Massage Oil to sooth, cleanse and tone. Loosen the knots in body and mind,
    • Diffuse into entire the house. Create a healing forest retreat from the roots up. A total experience.
    • Add several drops into warm bath water to soak in elasticity to tight joints and muscles. Putting a little Epsom salt or Himalayan Crystal Salt in the bath water increases the therapeutic quality of the treatment. Himalayan Crystal Salt feeds the body with natural minerals which may not be present in one's dietary intake.
    • Add a little Lemon essential oil for an extra boost. Relax, re-charge, release imbalances NOW.

    Blending: Cedarwood oil blends well with Bergamot, Cypress, Cinnamon, Frankincense, Juniper, Jasmine, Lemon, Lime, Lavender, and Rosemary.


    Please note: Always consult a health care practitioner.


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