Remedy's Nutrition Cedarwood Essential Oil is extracted from the steam distilling of the wood of the cedar tree Juniperus Mexicana, native to North America.
Ancient records show that various cultures have used Cedarwood due to its several properties. The Cedar was called the "tree of life" by Native-American communities. They considered Cedarwood one of their most essential plants since they extensively used it: from building their homes to treating several ailments, from minor discomfort to more severe illnesses. The Ancient Egyptians used Cedarwood oil in the mummification process due to its antimicrobial and insecticidal properties. They also used it to address minor ailments. In India, oil from the Cedar tree has been used since the 1950s due to the insecticidal and anti-fungal properties. In these and other societies, Cedarwood was also used to relax the body and mind.
Today, we continue to use it for a range of different applications: medicine, perfumery, aromatherapy, and personal care. Remedy's Cedarwood Essential Oil has a warm sweet-woody aroma that promotes relaxation and soothes the body and mind. Its active compounds include cedrol, which has natural sedative effects, promoting stress relief, reducing anxiety, and improving the quality of your sleep. Are you ready for a calming and relaxing experience?
Cedarwood's anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial and antioxidant properties are widely used on the skin and hair. Cedarwood oil can help soothe the skin, regulate its oil production, eliminate acne-causing bacteria, stimulate circulation, and reduce the effects of aging, revitalizing, and firming the skin. And when used in hair, Cedarwood Oil promotes healthy growth, reduces thinning, and slows hair loss.
Cedarwood has antispasmodic benefits, helping you ease respiratory difficulties, such as coughs, spasms, colds, and congestion. And the energizing aroma of Cedarwood is excellent to deodorize environments, freshen rooms and repel insects.
Potential uses of Cedarwood:
- Stress and Anxiety
- Respiratory difficulties
- Skin health
- Hair loss
- Natural deodorant
- Insect repellent
Remedy's Nutrition Essential Oils are:
- 100% Pure Practitioner Oils
- Pharmacist reviewed and approved
- Single oils are not cut
- Oil blends, when necessary, are blended in a base of grapeseed oil
- No additives, adulterations, contaminants, or synthetics
- Safe and clean distillation method
- Appropriately handled and stored in a tightly sealed dark glass bottle
- Quality and potency are guaranteed!
Certificate of Analysis (COA) upon request.
Pure essential oils are concentrated and potent; a couple of drops are usually enough for topical use and aromatherapy. Always do a patch test: half teaspoon of carrier oil to 1-3 drops of essential oil. Apply a dime-size amount of this blend to a small area of skin that is not sensitive. If tolerated, you may increase the ratio until the desired effect.
You can inhale the aroma directly from the bottle or sprinkle a few oil drops onto a towel or cloth. Use three to four drops in the diffuser or vaporizer of your choice. Add a few drops to a hot bath before going to bed, or sprinkle a couple of drops into your pillow.
When using Cedarwood on your skin, make sure to dilute it with a carrier oil, such as almond, coconut, or avocado oil, and after a patch test, apply one to two drops behind your ears or on your wrists, underarms, or to the desired area. You can also use it as a scalp and skin massage.
Add Cedarwood oil to an atomizer bottle and spray it to scent your home gently. You can also add a few drops to products you currently use, such as facial masks, scrubs, creams, and shampoos.
For external use only, after a patch test. Avoid contact with eyes, ears, mouth, and other sensitive areas. Keep out of reach of children. If you are pregnant, nursing, or under a doctor's care, consult your physician. Do not use undiluted on the skin. Do a patch test before using the oil to ensure it doesn't irritate your skin. Best kept in a cool, dry place. Like all essential oils, cedarwood oil can be dangerous if ingested. Don't use cedarwood oil if you are allergic to Cedar.
OFTEN TAKEN WITH
For aromatherapy, perfumery, or DIY home products, Cedarwood essential oil blends well with the following oils: Bergamot, Cinnamon, Clary Sage, Cypress, Frankincense, Lavender, Lemon, Tea Tree, Thyme, and Vetiver.
Essential Oils are scented oils extracted from flowers, bark, stems, leaves, roots, and other plant parts. Historically, many different cultures have used these healing plant oils in medicine, cosmetics, perfumes, food, and aromatherapy.
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