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Cedarwood Pure Essential Oil 9mL
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Where does Cedarwood come from and what is the method of extraction?
Virginian Cedarwood, Juniperus virginiana, is cultivated in North America. The essential oil is steam distilled from the wood of the large spreading conifer to produce a dry woody, balsamic aroma.
Is Cedarwood safe to use for infants?
It's not recommended to use Cedarwood for infants, however there are many essential oils that are safe to use for infants, you can see the full list here.
Is Cedarwood safe to use during pregnancy?
It's not recommended to use Cedarwood for during pregnancy, however there are many essential oils that are safe to use during pregnancy, you can see the full list here.
Is Cedarwood safe to use on my skin?
Yes, Cedarwood may be massaged onto the skin once diluted in carrier oil. To create a massage blend, add 6 drops of Cedarwood into 12ml of massage base oil.
Calming cedarwoodI have a dry and flaky scalp that can become itchy. I had been experimenting with different essential oils to see which ones worked to reduce some of the flakiness and itching. I bought In Essence cedarwood essential oil for this purpose. I didn't get much relief from using cedarwood for my scalp, but it is possible that I gave up on it too soon. (I found other essential oils that were effective for my scalp.) I ended up using cedarwood in my vaporiser. Cedarwood has a woody scent that can have a calming quality. Cedarwood isn't one of my favourite scents (I prefer floral or citrus scents), so I preferred to use it in a blend with other oils.
After reading Trish_D's review below, I'm going to buy another bottle of cedarwood just in case I get a cold and I develop a cough.|
Relaxing Woody ScentI love the deep woodiness of this scent. I love adding it to my oil burner along with some Australian Sandalwood - it also works beautifully with the Rose Otto oil.
I personally find this a relaxing scent but I have to admit that my kids don't like it as much as I do. This is 100% natural cedarwood oil and is a lovely high quality. I can recommend it if you like woody scents or need to put a relaxing oil into your oil burner.|
A must at our placeIn Essence essential oils are excellent and totally trustworthy. The cedarwood is one I try to keep at all times. My husband suffers with asthma and often has a cough. As soon as either of us cough I get the cedarwood out. I usually mix it with lavender essential oil as I find it a little strong on its own but with the lovely blending with lavender it smells beautiful and makes such a difference to the coughing. I usually have an electric oil burner in the lounge room and recently have used the In Essence electric vaporiser in the kitchen.
I believe so strongly in the power of aromatherapy and nothing will convince me otherwise that cedarwood really does help with coughs.
Always use pure essential oil from a responsible company, like In Essence. Cedarwood mixes well with many oils - orange, mandarin, lemon as well as lavender.
Coughs and colds and any breathing problems.|