Cedar essential oil

Cedar essential oil

Cedar essential oil

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Cedar essential oil / Cedar Atlas / Cedrus Atlantica /

Cedar essential oil is obtained from the needles of cedar wood, by distillation with water vapor. Real cedar essential oil is obtained only from pine needles, although today more and more oils obtained from more "productive" wood are found. Wood oils are more affordable and they differ in quality.

Plant origin: Russia, USA, Canada. Since ancient times, cedar was used in medicine, the Egyptians used it for embalming the dead, in India and Tibet as incense.

Aroma: Cedar oil has a resinous, smoky aroma with bitter notes. Saturated with a specific aroma is more tart than other members of the coniferous group, the smell of cedar from ancient times symbolized abundance, fertility and prosperity.

In aromatherapy: American medical scientists believe that cedar oil scent stimulates the pineal gland, which produces melatonin and can treat ADD - attention deficit disorder in children - this is one of the most powerful adaptogens among essential oils.

Like all members of the coniferous family, cedar oil is an excellent antiseptic and has antiviral capabilities. strong pulmonary antiseptic, this essential oil is used as an expectorant and soothing dry cough remedy.

Cedar oil has an effective anti-inflammatory, hormone-regulating, diuretic, analgesic effect, eliminates tremor and nervous tremors, promotes rapid and effective wound healing and skin recovery after damage, improves blood circulation and increases efficiency.

Cedar oil - a strong enough aphrodisiac, which affects the sexual sphere in almost the same way as the emotional one - eliminates discomfort and stiffness, gives confidence.

In cosmetology: cedar essential oil is used as a rejuvenating, enhancing skin tone and elasticity. Combining anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties, this oil is used in the treatment of all types of infectious, viral, mechanical skin damage, including in the fight against post-allergic manifestations, all kinds of burns.

FIELD AND METHOD OF APPLICATION: massage, baths, cosmetics, inhalations.

As a prophylactic, the aromalampa or aromacolon method is most effective: 2 or 3 drops of cedar oil are sufficient.

In case of respiratory diseases, the room should be aromatized. As well as cold inhalations - for one procedure, 3 drops of cedar essential oil are enough, but for compresses, rubbing and massage with essential oils for 10 g of base oil, take about 5 drops of cedar oil. The same amount of cedar oil should be used in the enrichment of cosmetics and detergents.

Aromatic bath with cedar essential oil will bring special pleasure not only in winter, creating a special festive atmosphere, but also in summer, when cedar oil fills the house with cool, fresh notes. For this procedure, it is better to use about 6-7 drops of aroma oil.

Attention: It is ideal to use cedar edible oil of cold-pressed as a base oil, this combination of oils will give the maximum effect. Essential oils of ylang-ylang, grapefruit and rosewood are also considered complementary./ Cedar Atlas / Cedrus Atlantica /

Cedar essential oil is obtained from the needles of cedar wood, by distillation with water vapor. Real cedar essential oil is obtained only from pine needles, although today more and more oils obtained from more "productive" wood are found. Wood oils are more affordable and they differ in quality.

Plant origin: Russia, USA, Canada. Since ancient times, cedar was used in medicine, the Egyptians used it for embalming the dead, in India and Tibet as incense.

Aroma: Cedar oil has a resinous, smoky aroma with bitter notes. Saturated with a specific aroma is more tart than other members of the coniferous group, the smell of cedar from ancient times symbolized abundance, fertility and prosperity.

In aromatherapy: American medical scientists believe that cedar oil scent stimulates the pineal gland, which produces melatonin and can treat ADD - attention deficit disorder in children - this is one of the most powerful adaptogens among essential oils.

Like all members of the coniferous family, cedar oil is an excellent antiseptic and has antiviral capabilities. strong pulmonary antiseptic, this essential oil is used as an expectorant and soothing dry cough remedy.

Cedar oil has an effective anti-inflammatory, hormone-regulating, diuretic, analgesic effect, eliminates tremor and nervous tremors, promotes rapid and effective wound healing and skin recovery after damage, improves blood circulation and increases efficiency.

Cedar oil - a strong enough aphrodisiac, which affects the sexual sphere in almost the same way as the emotional one - eliminates discomfort and stiffness, gives confidence.

In cosmetology: cedar essential oil is used as a rejuvenating, enhancing skin tone and elasticity. Combining anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties, this oil is used in the treatment of all types of infectious, viral, mechanical skin damage, including in the fight against post-allergic manifestations, all kinds of burns.

FIELD AND METHOD OF APPLICATION: massage, baths, cosmetics, inhalations.

As a prophylactic, the aromalampa or aromacolon method is most effective: 2 or 3 drops of cedar oil are sufficient.

In case of respiratory diseases, the room should be aromatized. As well as cold inhalations - for one procedure, 3 drops of cedar essential oil are enough, but for compresses, rubbing and massage with essential oils for 10 g of base oil, take about 5 drops of cedar oil. The same amount of cedar oil should be used in the enrichment of cosmetics and detergents.

Aromatic bath with cedar essential oil will bring special pleasure not only in winter, creating a special festive atmosphere, but also in summer, when cedar oil fills the house with cool, fresh notes. For this procedure, it is better to use about 6-7 drops of aroma oil.

Attention: It is ideal to use cedar edible oil of cold-pressed as a base oil, this combination of oils will give the maximum effect. Essential oils of ylang-ylang, grapefruit and rosewood are also considered complementary.

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