Organic Cedarwood Essential Oil – Zongle Therapeutics

Organic Cedarwood Essential Oil

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Cedarwood essential oil is extracted by means of steam distillation from wooden pieces of the cedar wood tree, botanically known as the Cedrus Atlantica. The tree from which the oil is derived determines its composition, which can affect the oil’s benefits. Atlas Cedarwood (Cedrus atlantica) originates from the Cedar genus not Juniper. Cedarwood is native to cold climate and is generally found growing on high altitudes.

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The scent of cedarwood essential oil is best described as a delightful, woodsy, balsamic aroma and will leave your house smelling glorious!  Furthermore, it will work wonders on your mind and mood. It may even help with clearing the mind and relieving stress, owing to its calming scent. Apart from its benefits for personal care, it is commonly used as a natural insect repellent.

Benefits and Uses

  1. Eczema Help

Cedarwood Essential oil may help soothe the unpleasant inflammation and dryness associated with eczema. Cedarwood can be included in the skincare regime in a variety of ways, such as adding it to body lotion, applying topically on skin along with carrier oil or adding a few drops of cedarwood essential oil to the bath.

  1. Natural Insect Repellent

The fragrance of cedarwood drives away pests like ants, ticks and fleas. You can dilute the essential oil with water and add into a spray bottle to create a natural insect repellent for outdoor and indoor use.

No need to use the foul-smelling mothballs anymore! Just put a drop of cedarwood essential oil on cotton balls and place them in your closet or drawers to preserve clothes from moth bites.

  1. Helps prevent Hair loss

By massaging the scalp with diluted cedar oil in carrier oil (like coconut), we can simulate the hair follicles that can lead to increased circulation on the scalp. This results in boosting hair growth and reducing hair fall.

You may create your own ideal combination for hair growth by mixing together cedarwood oil with lavender, Rosemary and Thyme.

  1. Promotes Relaxation

Cedar oil is very commonly used in aromatherapy to enhance psychological well-being and relaxation. For persons who are having trouble sleeping at night, cedarwood essential oil is recommended to be used in a diffuser few minutes before bedtime for a peaceful sleep. This is because cedarwood oil has a soothing and calming effect on the mind.

  1. Alleviates Dry Scalp

Cedarwood essential oil is often used to help moisturize a dry or flaky scalp. This tree-derived oil can stimulate the scalp and increases circulation. Use in combination with Coconut Oil to massage on the dry scalp for moisturization and relaxation.

 

Take-Away

Cedarwood has extensive health benefits. The cedarwood essential oil is the most concentrated and absorbable form, that can provide the same benefits just by using sparse quantities. Cedarwood (Cedrus Atlantica) essential oil’s woodsy, warm, balsamic aroma creates a relaxing, calming, and comforting atmosphere when diffused. Unlike many of Zongle’s essential oils, cedarwood oil cannot be ingested in any quantity. It is a highly potent oil and may cause adverse reactions.

Ultimately, always buy a high-quality, therapeutic-grade oil designed for topical and aromatherapy uses.

Order the best Essential Oil Zongle Therapeutics Organic Cedarwood Oil, it is 100% pure, therapeutic grade, steam-distilled and without any additives!


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