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Cedar Wood Oil Cedarwood Oil Juniperus Virginiana 2 to 8 oz
CEDAR WOOD ESSENTIAL OIL
Cedarwood Oil - 100% Pure & Natural Essential Oil
2 to 8 oz Select size using pull down menu
Botanical Name: Juniperus virginiana (Cedarwood) Oil
Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled
Color: Pale yellow to brownish liquid
Our Cedar Wood oil is derived from the foliage, wood and roots of the cedar wood tree Juniperus virginiana. Has a characteristic woody odor, and is usually darker in color. This oil can be used for its aromatic properties as well as an additive to things such as insect repellants, candles and room sprays. reported to be used to battle acne and greasy hair, and to promote better sleep.
has warming, uplifting, and toning properties. Cedarwood Essential Oil is considered to be comforting, reviving and an aphrodisiac. Consistency: Thin Note: Middle Strength of Aroma: Strong Aromatic Scent:
A powerful antiseptic, fungicidal and anti-seborrheic, Virigian Cedarwood Essential Oil has been used to help with dandruff, hair loss and oily hair.
The oil can be found in menís toiletries, acne preparations and in formulations that relieve muscle and joint pain.
Native North American Indians have been said to use Cedarwood to treat a variety of ailments like respiratory infections, rheumatism, arthritis and skin rashes.
Because the oil contains 20% Cedrol, contents within in Virginian Cedarwood may crystallize over time in extremely cold temperatures. Heating the oil may help to liquefy the Cedrol.
The oil is considered non-toxic but may irritate sensitive skin.
We ship the oil in an amber glass; please do not transfer the oil into a plastic vial once received. Essential oils will often corrode plastic overtime. To prolong the oil, keep the oil in a cool, dry place, away from the sun.
Dropper not included.
We donít recommend sniffing the oil directly from the bottle, as the high concentration of the oil may inhibit the genuine experience of the aroma. Lightly inhale the oil after dilution, or by adding a drop or so to a paper tissue or napkin.
Non-toxic, non-irritant. Avoid during pregnancy.
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