In our family we have found this oil useful in promoting restful sleep and calming the mind. A few of my sons have found help with mental focus while studying for school. I love the woodsy smell and the males in my family prefer to wear this oil over more floral scented oils. We’ve enjoying mixing it in a homemade aftershave for this purpose.
Cedarwood Essential Oil has been used throughout antiquity. The Egyptians used it for embalming the dead. It was also used as incense in Tibet. In the Bible verses, Leviticus 14:54-56, describes a blend of the essential oils of 50% cedarwood and 50% hyssop to balance the skin. The Biblical remedy suggest applications of the oil blend to the right ear, the right thumb, and the right big toe which are all emotional reflex points for the right brain.
Plant Origin: Morocco, USA
Extraction Method: Steam distilled from bark
Key Constituents: Alpha-Himachalene (10-20%), Beta-Himachalene (35-55%), Gamma-Himachalene (8-15%), Delta-Cadinene (2-6%)
- Diffusing to create a relaxing atmosphere and prompt sleep
- Hair Loss
- Skin Problems
- Stimulates the limbic region of the brain (the center of emotions) — can release old memories that hinder the present
- Relaxes occasional feelings of anxiety and stress
- Lymphatic Stimulatant
- Apply on location
- Take as a dietary supplement. 1:1 ratio with carrier oil in capsule 3x daily or as needed.
- Use for natural pest control