Pure Cedarwood Texas essential oil. It is believed to have the following properties: antiseptic, anti-putrescent, anti-seborrheic, aphrodisiac, astringent, diuretic, expectorant, fungicidal, mucolytic, sedative, stimulant (circulatory), and tonic.
A dry, woody aroma, slightly camphoraceous, smoky, and balsamic with a very subtle hint of spice.
How to Use
Cedarwood’s anti-septic and deodorizing properties make it a useful oil for burning or diffusing. Its woody scent makes it popular in toiletries for men.
For a light aftershave oil for dry or irritated skin, add 1 drop of Cedarwood, 2 drops of Patchouli and 2 drops of Bergamot to 15 ml of Jojoba oil and apply a few drops to the wet face and pat dry.
To help improve the condition of the scalp and encourage healthy hair, add 3 drops each of Cedarwood and Rosemary to 10 ml of Coconut Oil (or 5 ml Coconut and 5 ml Wheat Germ Oil for very dry hair) and massage thoroughly into the scalp. Leave for as long as possible before shampooing out. A few drops can also be used as a hair and beard oil.
Cedarwood blends well with: Citrus essential oils, giving them a base note that complements them well. It also works well with Rosemary, Chamomile, Eucalyptus and many more, as woody oils tend to blend well with the other categories.
Safety First: Non-toxic, non-irritant. Avoid during pregnancy. Always dilute appropriately before applying to the skin. Do not use if pregnant or if taking medication without consulting with your health-care practitioner.