Cedarwood Essential Oil
About Cedarwood oil
Firstly, When you need to calm your mind and focus deeply, turn to our Cedarwood essential oil. In addition, it is Warm and comforting, the rich woody aroma evokes the nurturing quiet of the forest. Finally, One of the oldest aromatics, Cedarwood oil can treat everything from skin irritations to stress; it also a great hair tonic for stronger, shinier tresses.
Cedarwood oil Benefits
Cedarwood essential oil is cleansing and moisturising, and helps your skin, hair and scalp remain healthy. It soothes irritations, treats infections, redness and itchiness, and can prevent acne breakouts. It also heals minor cuts and scrapes. If you have arthritis, achy joints or sore muscles, Cedarwood oil’s anti-inflammatory properties are very effective.
How to Use Cedarwood essential oil
11 ways to use Cedarwood oil
For Your Body
It’s never fun to lose hair but alopecia areata, a condition where hair falls out in small noticeable patches, can be especially distressing. To treat this, Cedarwood oil has been shown has shown to stimulate significant hair growth when applied as a daily scalp massage of Cedarwood, Thyme, Rosemary, and Lavender essential oils, mixed with a carrier oil, such as olive or almond oil. Everyone’s hair and scalp also benefits from regular massage with a few drops of Cedarwood oil in a carrier oil.
To create an antifungal, moisturising blend for annoying dandruff, mix:
- 5–8 drops Cedarwood oil
- 1 tablespoon coconut oil
Massage the mixture into your scalp for 5 minutes. For even better results, leave the oil on your scalp for 30 minutes before washing it out.
Acne and blemishes
Use Cedarwood oil as a spot treatment on pimples, blackheads, or whiteheads. Dilute 3–4 drops in a carrier oil, apply it on the spot using a swab or cotton ball and leave it on for 10–15 minutes before rinsing. You can also add 2–3 drops of Cedarwood oil to witch-hazel and use it as a toner to brighten your skin.
Cedarwood Oil’s anti-inflammatory properties make it ideal for alleviating joint stiffness and discomfort. Mix a few drops of Cedarwood oil with a carrier oil and apply to sore areas.
Cough and congestion
Mix two drops of Cedarwood oil with a carrier oil and rub onto the chest and throat for 1–2 minutes. If you feel congested, add the same blend to your upper lip to help with the breathing.
Muscle aches and stiffness
For body aches, dilute Cedarwood oil with a carrier oil and use it for a soothing, grounding massage. This simple massage blend detoxifies the body and eases water retention.
Cuts and scrapes
After cleaning a cut or scrape with water or alcohol, add few drops of Cedarwood oil to a carrier oil and dab this blend onto the affected area.
FOR YOUR MIND
When you’re confused and can’t control your emotions, Cedarwood oil is perfect. It grounds the emotions and promotes strength and courage. It also regulates your mood, relieving stress and improving concentration and focus.
If you are struggling to manage ongoing stress and tension, you can inhale cedarwood essential oil directly from the bottle or diffuse it to create a “Stressless Blend”:
- 3 drops Cedarwood oil
- 2 drops Frankincense oil
- 4 drops Lavender oil
Improves focus and ADHD
Cedarwood essential Oil is believed to increase blood flow to the brain, so if your child can’t concentrate or has symptoms of ADHD, diffuse some Cedarwood oil, or your child can inhale it.
Apply or diffuse Cedarwood oil whenever you feel the need to stand up for yourself and defend your personal integrity.
FOR YOUR SPIRIT
Cedarwood oil’s steady, grounding quality means it is often used to support meditation and spiritual practices. It balances your spirit, clears negativities and encourages wellness and clarity.
Cedarwood oil opens the heart to friendships and connections with others; it can even be used as an aphrodisiac.
Put a drop in cupped hands and inhale to feel grounded and relaxed.
FOR YOUR DAILY LIFE
Put few drops of Cedarwood oil on a cotton ball and place it wherever ants or other insects tend to congregate.
What’s in Cedarwood oil?
100% organic Cedarwood oil
Steam distilled from the wood of the Atlas Cedar tree
Botanical Name: Cedrus atlantica
Country of Origin: Morocco
Aroma: Earthy, dry, sweet, woody with a honey overtone
Chemical constituents: B-himachalene, g-himachalene, d-cadiene
What does Cedarwood oil blend with?
Blends well with: Frankincense, Lavender, Lemon,
Dilute before using Cedarwood topically.
Keep out of reach of children
If sensitivity occurs, discontinue use.
Avoid contact with eyes and sensitive areas of the body.