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CEDARWOOD ESSENTIAL OIL OVERVIEW

Cedar oil, also known as Cedarwood oil, is an essential oil derived from the foliage, and sometimes the wood and roots, of various types of conifers, most in the pin or cypress botanical families. It has many uses in medicine, art, industry and perfumery, and while the characteristics of oils derived from various species may themselves vary, all have some degree of bactericidal and pesticidal effects.


ATLAS CEDARWOOD INFORMATION

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ATLAS CEDARWOOD

Cedarwood, also known as Cedrus atlantica, or Atlas Cedar, is an evergreen native to the Atlas Mountains of Algeria in Africa that is cultivated in Morocco, in Asia. A majority of the modern sources treat Atlas Cedar as a distinct species, but some sources consider it a subspecies of Lebonon Cedar (C. Libani subspecies atlantica). Fully grown, Cedrus atlantica is a large coniferous evergreen tree, and can grow up to 130 feet tall with a trunk diameter up to 78 inches. It is very similar in all characteristics to the other varieties of Lebanon Cedar; differences are hard to discern. The mean cone size tends to be somewhat smaller (although recorded to about 4.5 to 5 inches, only rarely over 3.5 to 4 inches, compared to other species. It has needle-like leaves and, if left undisturbed, can live as long as 2,000 years.

Atlas Cedar is common in cultivation as an ornamental tree in temperate climates, because it is more tolerant of dry and hot conditions than most conifers. An Atlas Cedar is planted at the White House South Lawn in Washington DC. President Carter ordered a tree house built within the cedar for his daughter Amy. The wooden structure was designed by the President himself and is self supporting so as not to cause damage to the tree.

Cedarwood was one of the first fragrant plants used by the Egyptians as an ingredient for cosmetics, perfumes and the mummification process. In addition, Native Americans burned Cedar for purification. Today, Cedarwood oil is used in cosmetics, fragrances and household products. The oil is extracted from the cedar's sawdust and wood and has a scent that is deep, sweet and camphor-like. Cedarwood oil is known for its calming and numerous healing properties. An antiseptic and astringent, it relieves many types of skin conditions, such as eczema, dermatitis, psoriasis, oily skin and acne, as well as upper respiratory and urinary tract infections. Its aroma helps to promote spirituality, balance and a sense of tranquility.

THERAPEUTIC EFFECT & USES

Cedarwood contains atlantone, caryophyllene, cedrol and cadinene. It has astringent and antiseptic properties, which make it useful in treating infections and skin conditions. As a diuretic, it helps relieve urinary tract infections. As a sedative, it can also relieve anxiety and nervous tension. It is used for emotional balance, mental clarity, insomnia, muscle pain, colds, coughs, bronchitis, congestion, sinusitis, skin irritations, acne, psoriasis, oily skin, blemishes, eczema, dermatitis, rashes, fungal infections and urinary tract infections.

CAUTIONS

High doses of Cedarwood added to body oils, bath oils or facial treatments may irritate the skin. Stop using the oil immediately if your skin shows signs of irritation. Note: Since this oil can stimulate menses, do not use it at all if you are pregnant.


CEDARWOOD, ATLAS ESSENTIAL OIL PROFILE

  • Botanical Name: Cedrus Atlantica
  • Common Method Of Extraction: Steam Distillated
  • Parts Used: Wood & Sawdust
  • Note Classification: Base
  • Aroma: Woody, Balsamic, Rich Dry Overtones
  • Largest Producing Countries: USA, Africa, and Morocco


  • TRADITIONAL USE: The oil has been used for bronchial and urinary tract infections. Cedarwood also has a long history as an incense and perfume. The wood was burned by the Greeks and Romans to fragrant the air.

    PROPERTIES: Antifungal, antiputrefactive, antiseptic, aphrodisiac, astringent, diuretic, expectorant, insecticide, regenerative, sedative, tonic.

    CHEMICAL COMPOSITION: The essential oil is composed of various chemical constituents and includes the following: a-thujone, a-pinene, camphene, sabinene, b-pinene, a-phellandrene, myrcene, limonene, caryophyllene, b-farnesene, b-bisabolene, linalool, and terpinen-4-ol.

    BENEFITS: Acne, air purifier, anxiety, arthritis, bronchitis, cellulite, coughs, dandruff, dry skin, fungal infections, immune stimulant, insect repellant, nervous tension, rashes, rheumatism, ulcers. Cedarwood is a good addition to a hair tonic, and gives the aroma a long lasting undertone.

    BLENDS WELL WITH: Bergamot, Chamomile, Clary Sage, Cypress, Eucalyptus, Jasmine, Juniper, Lavender, Neroli, Palmrosa, Petitgrain, Rosemary, Sandalwood, Vetiver, and Ylang Ylang

    OF INTEREST: The Egyptians used cedarwood in the embalming process and as a perfume ingredient.

    SAFETY DATA: Avoid while pregnant. May cause skin irritations. Always exercise caution when using Black Pepper oil, because overuse may result in kidney damage (from overstimulating the kidneys). The oil is toxic when taken internally; it should always be thoroughly diluted prior to external use, since it can be irritating to the skin. In general, it is best to use Black Pepper oil sparingly.


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    VIRGINIA CEDARWOOD

    Virginia Cedarwood, also known as Juniperus Virginiana, Eastern Red Cedar, Red Cedar, Eastern Juniper, Red Junipter or Pencil Cedar, is a species of Juniper native to eastern North American from southeastern Canada to the Gulf of Mexico and east of the Great Plains. Further west it is replaced by the related Rocky Mountain Juniper (J. scopulorum) and to the southwest by Ashe Juniper (J. ashei). The Lakota Native American name is Chansha, Redwood or Hante. In its native range it is commonly called Cedar or Red Cedar, names rejected by the American Joint Committee on Horticultural Nomenclature as it is a Juniper, not a true Cedar. However, Red Cedar is the most used common name.

    Juniperus Virginiana is a dense slow-growing coniferous evergree tree that may never become more than a bush on poor soil, but is ordinarily from 16 to 66 feet, rarely to 89 feet, tall, with a short trunk 12 to 39 inches (rarely 67 inches) in diameter. The oldest tree reported, from Missouri, was 795 years old. The bark is reddish-brown, fibrous, and peels off in narrow strips. The leaves are of two types, sharp, spreading needle-like juvenile leaves 2 to 3.9 inches long, and tightly adpressed scale-like adult leaves 0.079 to 0.16 inches long. They are arranged in opposite decussate pairs or occasionally whorls of three. The juvenile leaves are found on young plants up to 3 years old and as scattered shoots on adult trees, usually in shade. The seed cones are 0.12 to 0.28 inches long, berry-like with fleshy scales, dark purple-blue with a white wax cover giving an overall sky-blue color (though the wax often rubs off). They contain one or two (rarely up to four) seeds, and are mature in 6 to 8 months from pollination. They are an important winter food for many birds, which disperse the wingless seeds. The pollen cones are 0.079 to 0.12 inches long and 0.059 inches broad, shedding pollen in late winter or early spring. The trees are usually dioecious, with pollen and seed-cones on separate trees.

    THERAPEUTIC EFFECTS & USES

    The fine-grained, soft brittle pinkish- to brownish-red heartwood is fragrant, very light and very durable, even in contact with soil. Because of its rot resistance, the wood is used for fence posts. The aromatic wood is avoided by moths, so it is in demand as lining for clothes chests and closets, often referred to as cedar closets and cedar chests. If correctly prepared, it makes excellent English longbows, flatbows, and Native American sinew-backed bows. The wood is marketed as "eastern red cedar" or "aromatic cedar". The best portions of the heartwood are one of the few woods good for making pencils, but the supply had diminished sufficiently by the 1940s that it was largely replaced by incense-cedar.

    Juniper oil is distilled from the wood, twigs and leaves. The cones are used to flavor gin and as a kidney medicine.

    Native American tribes used juniper wood poles to mark out agreed tribal hunting territories. French traders named Baton Rouge, Louisiana (meaning "red stick") from the reddish color of these poles.

    During the Dust Bowl drought of the 1930s, the Prairie States Forest Project encouraged farmers to plant shelterbelts (wind breaks) made of eastern juniper throughout the Great Plains. They grow well under adverse conditions. Both drought tolerant and cold tolerant, they grow well in rocky, sandy, and clay substrate. Competition between trees is minimal, so they can be planted in tightly spaced rows, and the trees still grow to full height, creating a solid windbreak in a short time.

    A number of cultivars have been selected for garden planting, including 'Canaertii' (narrow conical; female) 'Corcorcor' (with a dense, erect crown; female), 'Goldspire' (narrow conical with yellow foliage), and 'Kobold' (dwarf). Some cultivars previously listed under this species, notably 'Skyrocket', are actually cultivars of J. scopulorum. In the Missouri and Arkansas Ozarks, eastern juniper is commonly used as a Christmas tree.

    CAUTIONS

    The pollen is a known allergen, although not as potent as that of the related Juniperus ashei (Ashe juniper), which sheds pollen a month earlier. People allergic to one are usually allergic to both. J. virginiana sheds pollen as early as late winter and through early spring. Consequently, what begins as an allergy to Ashe juniper in the winter, may extend into spring, since the pollination of the eastern juniper follows after that of the Ashe juniper.

    Contact with the leaves or wood can produce a mild skin rash in some individuals.


    CEDARWOOD, VIRGINIA ESSENTIAL OIL PROFILE

  • Botanical Name: Juniperus Virginiana
  • Common Method Of Extraction: Steam Distilled
  • Parts Used: Wood
  • Note Classification: Base
  • Aroma: Soft, woody, sweet balsamic
  • Largest Producing Countries: USA


  • TRADITIONAL USE: In North America, Virginia Cedarwood has been used for respiratory infections. This oil has also been used as an insect repellant.

    PROPERTIES: Antiseptic, antispasmodic, astringent, circulatory stimulant, diuretic, emmenagogue, expectorant, insecticide, sedative

    BENEFITS: Acne, arthritis, bronchitis, coughs, cystitis, dandruff, eczema, insect repellant, nervous tension, oily skin, psoriasis, respiratory congestion, rheumatism, sinusitis, stress. Virginia Cedarwood may be diffused into the air as an insect repellant.

    BLENDS WELL WITH: Benzoin, Cypress, Juniper, Patchouli, Rose, Sandalwood, Vetiver

    OF INTEREST: This oil is used as a fixative in perfumery. It is also used in the isolation of the sesquiterpene cedrene.

    SAFETY DATA: May cause skin irritation.


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    CEDARWOOD OIL USE & THERAPEUTIC EFFECTS

    FOR SENSUALITY

    Cedarwood oil is believed to heighten the senses and relax the body. People have long relied on the oil to create an atmosphere of romance and sensuality and to enhance sexual desire; In fact, the oil is a renowned aphrodisiac.
    Combining the above oils in an aromatherapy lamp will activate your body and mind, promote concentration and enhance your performance.

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  • FOR EMOTIONAL BALANCE

    Cedarwood helps to alleviate anxiety, stress and tension. It also improves mental clarity and concentration and assists meditation.
    Blend essential oils and carrier oil well. Use the blend to gently massage the neck and shoulders.

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  • FOR BODY CARE

    Cedarwood oil, an astringent and antiseptic, is a common ingredient in many body-care lotions and creams.
    Add essential oil to your favorite lotion. Massage it into the skin. It will help tighten the pores and even out your skin tone.

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  • BATH FOR MUSCLE PAIN

    Cedarwood oil has a cooling, antispasmodic effect that can help to relax your sore, tight muscles and lessen pain.
    Fill a bath with warm water, add essential oil and mix well. Soak sore muscles for 20 to 30 minutes.

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  • FOR CONGESTION

    For coughs, upper-respiratory congestion, bronchitis, colds and sinusitis, Cedarwood oil's expectorant effect opens the sinuses, thins mucus, relieves congestion, combats infection and eases difficult breathing.
    Blend well the essential oils with the carrier oil of choice. Gently massage this mixture into your chest and upper body.

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  • FOR MOTH DETERRENT & INSECT REPELLENT

    Cedarwood oil is a moth deterrant and an insect repellent.
    Add a few drops to a cloth, and store it in your linen closet and dresser drawers to protect your woolen fabrics.

    To use as an insect repellent to keep insects out of the home, try this option,
    Place Cedarwood essential oil in an aromatherapy lamp or in a spray bottle of water for misting.

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  • BATH FOR EASING TENSION & ANXIETY - INSOMNIA

    Cedarwood oil's calming effect eases tension and anxiety that may cause insomnia and helps to promote a deep, restorative sleep.
    Before bedtime, fill a bath with warm water, and add essential oils to the bath water. Mix well and soak for 15 to 20 minutes.

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    FOR SKIN CONDITIONS

    Cedarwood oil relieves many skin conditions.
    Add essential oils to warm water. Soak a soft washcloth in the water, wring it out and then apply it to the affected areas. Be careful to avoid the eyes. When the cloth cools, soak it again in warm water and reapply.

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  • FOR DANDRUFF, OIL HAIR CONTROL

    To help relieve dandruff, control oily hair, improve hair condition and stimulate the scalp and the hair follicles, try this blend.
    Combine essential oils with carrier oil. Massage the mixture into the scalp for 3 minutes. Leave it on the hair for 20 minutes, then shampoo. Repeat weekly.

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