Cedarwood Essential Oil - Origin: Himalayan India - Botanical name: Cedrus deodara
The magnificent cedarwood tree grows to 100 feet tall and lives more than 1,000 years. The lumber was used to build ancient temples. It was thought that the fragrance of the wood would lead worshipers closer to God. It also resist insect damage. The scent is similar to camphor but with a richer, woodsy undertone. A few common uses include: As an aromatherapy steam to clear the sinuses and treat respiratory infections, used as a spritzer or in a salve that dries oily or blemished skin, relief for eczema, psoriasis, skin inflammation, and dandruff, soothing for itchy bug bites.
Keep essential oils out of reach of children. Do not use on or near
eyes. Do not apply directly to skin unless otherwise advised by an
expert in essential oils or physician.
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