Historically Cedarwood has been used in medicines. The Egyptians used it for embalming the dead. It was used as both a traditional medicine and incense in Tibet.
Cedarwood has a warm, woodsy aroma that creates a comforting, uplifting experience. Use Cedarwood oil to add its invigorating scent to your life through aromatic and topical uses.
Cedarwood essential oil is extracted through the process of steam distillation from wood pieces of the cedar wood tree.
Young Living Cedarwood essential oil is a great way to enhance your favorite beauty products. You’ll want to use it for its fresh, earthy aroma, in addition to its ability to smooth the look of skin and shine hair. You can also create a calming yet powerful environment when you diffuse this oil or add it to massage oil blends.
Eczema: it can reduce skin peeling and treat the infection with its anti fungal properties.
Hair Loss: it stimulates the hair follicles and increases circulation to the scalp, it contributes to hair growth and slows hair loss
Antiseptic Properties: it defends the body against toxins and relieves your white blood cells and immune system of stress or malfunction.
Reduces Arthritis: by inhaling the oil or by using it externally on your skin, you are reducing inflammation and minimizing join stiffness.
Cough Relief: it has the power to remove phlegm from the respiratory tract and lungs, which reduces congestion from a cough or cold.
Cures Acne: cedarwood protects skin pores from letting in dust or harmful microbes into the body, it is also effective for fighting the facial skin and giving it a youthful appearance.
Cedarwood Essential Oil Quick Uses:
- improves focus and wisdom
- promotes hair grown
- has anti-inflammatory agents
- cures toothaches
- strengthens gums
- reduces skin irritations
- relives spasms
- cures fungal infections
- repels bugs
- cures acne
- reduces cough
- stimulates metabolism
- regulates menstruation
- tightens muscles
- cleans out toxin
How to Use
Apply 1 – 2 drops where needed, full strength or diluted in a carrior oil. Remember when using with children you need to dilute the oils depending on their age.