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Cedarwood Essential Oil (Pure) 10ml

Cedarwood Essential Oil (Pure) 10ml

Cedarwood Essential Oil (Pure) 10ml

Latin Name: Juniperus virginiana

  • Oil of Juniperus virginiana extracted by the steam distillation method
  • Earthy, sweet and woody aroma
  • Traditionally used as an antiseptic and sedative
  • Aroma: base note
  • 100% pure botanical ingredients
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Cedarwood Pure Essential Oil 10ml from Indigo Herbs is a relaxing and sedative aromatherapy oil, with an earthy and woody yet floral scent. With a long history of traditional use, Cedarwood was used by the Native Americans in purifying ceremonies and to calm the body whilst purifying the mind. Use in a diffuser, as part of an aromatherapy oil blend or in a relaxing bath. 

At Indigo Herbs we are passionate about premium quality botanicals. Explore the tabs on this page to find out more about the quality, manufacture and suggested use of this essential oil. At Indigo Herbs we are committed to empowering optimum health and nutrition and assisting you to take responsibility for your own health and wellbeing, by having access to many of natures healing botanicals.

Cedarwood is known for its use in treating cystitis, as an astringent, anti-septic and diuretic it can help the recovery of the bladder and urethra. Cedarwood is also known to be good for skin care, particularly in the case of an oily complexion.

BLENDS WELL WITH:

Sandalwood, Juniper berry, Cypress, Vetiver, Patchouli, Benzoin, Rose and Pine.

For cystitis use: Cedarwood, Juniper berry and tea tree.

Using Aromatherapy in your daily routine is simple, easy and can be enormously beneficial. Pure neat essential oils can be evaporated into the environment and inhaled while products that have already been diluted in an oil can be applied straight to the skin. There are lots of different ways to utilize the pure neat essential oils; these can be made into a room spray or used in an an essential oil burner/ vaporizer.

This is a lovely way to perfume an environment and essential oils are very good at affecting the mood, mind and emotions when evaporated into the air. Adding essential oils to your bath is the best way to ensure the oils are absorbed through the pores of the skin while also inhaling the vapors; maximum benefit can then be had whilst enjoying a soak. Additionally the neat oils can be diluted into a carrier medium. This can be a cream, body butter, face cream, vegetable body oil and bath salts to name a few. For full instructions go to our How to use Aromatherapy page.

Cedarwood essential oil can be used in the bath, or vaporized in an oil burner. It can be added to a massage oil or cream. Use 6-8 drops per bath and 10 -18 drops per 30ml of carrier oil.
Cedarwood essential oil can be added to the bath to treat muscular-skeletal problems. The oil can be inhaled to clear respiratory issues. It can be added to a cream for using in facial skin care, and a vaginal douche can be used for treating cystitis. See Essential Oil Dosage Chart

  • Produced to GMP standards.
  • Quality Assured by Indigo Herbs. 
  • 100% pure botanical ingredients, absolutely nothing added.
  • Bottled in a pharmacoepial grade brown glass bottle.

Manufacture Process

Our essential oils are manufactured to GMP standards using steam distillation or cold pressing. 

Indigo Herbs Cedarwood Essential Oil is extracted using the "steam distillation" method. In this process the botanical material is placed in a still and steam is forced over the material. The hot steam helps to release the aromatic molecules from the plant material since the steam forces open the pockets in which the oils are kept. The molecules of these volatile oils then escape and evaporate into the steam. The temperature of the steam needs to be carefully controlled - just enough to force the plant material to let go of the essential oil, yet not too hot as to burn the plant material or the essential oil. The steam now containing the essential oil is passed through a cooling system to condense the steam which forms a liquid. The essential oil is then separated from the water and bottled, resulting in 100% pure essential oil.

None known. Irritation in some individuals, avoid in pregnancy. Essential oils need to be diluted first; never apply an essential oil directly to the skin. Avoid contact with eyes and mouth.

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