Cedarwood has long been upheld as sacred since Biblical times where its was used in medicines, cosmetics, and perfumes. Both Tibetans and Native American nations use both oil and wood for spiritual purification. The root of its name, Cedrus, originates from the Arabic word for power.
AROMA aromatic, warm, masculine, balsamic, woody and camphorous
PROMOTES concentration, strength, perseverance, grounds, lymphatic drainage and ups blood circulation, helps promote good respiratory health
ALLEVIATES water retention, bloating, coughs (when inhaled—not consumed), tension
BLENDS WELL WITH bergamot, clary sage, frankincense, geranium, grapefruit, juniper, lavender, orange, sandalwood, ylang ylang
TIPS & SPECIAL CARE While the oil is non-toxic, the oil should not be used during pregnancy.