Aromaland - Cedarwood Virginiana Essential Oil 10ml. (1/3oz.)

Cedarwood Virginiana Essential Oil 10ml. (1/3oz.)

$10.26
SKU:
20CEDB

Aroma:  Woodsy-fresh, dry, masculine, and relaxing

Latin Name:  Juniperus virginiana

Country of Origin:  USA

Cultivation Method:  Harvested from wild growing plants

Extraction Method:  Steam distilled

Extracted From:  Wood

Color:  Clear

Perfumery Note:  Middle / Top

Consistency:  Liquid

Aromatherapy Properties:  Warming and uplifting. Comforting and grounding. Considered an aphrodisiac and confidence building. Its aroma is long lasting, and acts as a fixative in aromatherapy blends.

Suggested Use:  This essential oil is a favorite to use to keep moths away in closets or in a bug repellent recipe.  Topically, it may help with aches, pains, and oily skin.  Dilute in a carrier oil with topical use.  Experts suggest diluting to 2% for healthy adults.  This equals abut 10 drops of essential oil per ounce of carrier oil, such as sweet almond oil.  Dilute more heavily with sensitve skin.

What is the Difference between Cedarwood Virginia, Atlas Cedarwood, and Himalayan Cedarwood?

  • Cedarwood Virginia is not a true cedar and belongs to the Juniperus genus.  It has a very different chemistry with cedrenes and thujopsene as its key constituents.  Its aroma is woodsy and dry
  • Atlas cedarwood and Himalayan cedarwood are both true cedars, belonging to the Cedrus genus.  These two essential oils have himachalenes as the main constituent.  Himalayan also does contain about 14% beta-cedrene.  Both the true cedars offer a more complex aroma profile than cedarwood Virginia.  Atlas has mysterious smoky and spicy tone.  Himalayan has a hint of earthy and pine-like notes.

History: The ancient Egyptians used cedarwood oil in various ways such as to embalm the deceased, and for cosmetics and perfumery.  For generations, linen chests and clothes hangers have been crafted from this wood to keep moths out.  Native Southwestern Americans have traditionally used cedarwood for muscle pains, respiratory congestion, and as a repellent.

Specific Safety Information:  Not for internal use.  Dilute with topical use.  Certain essential oils maybe contraindicated with certain medical conditions.  Ask your doctor if you have any questions before use. 

This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drub Administration and is not intended to diagnose, treat, prevent, or cure a disease.

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