Description: Cedar Leaf essential oil is extracted from the leaves of the Cedar tree using steam distillation. This particular oil comes from the Cedar trees of North America. Historically, Cedar leaves were used by Native Americans (North America) to relieve headaches, fever, and coughs; they would use the leaves as a tea. It was also used to treat scurvy as recent as the 1900’s. With a pleasant scent perfect for deodorizing a house, it is recommended for steam baths to help remedy rheumatism, arthritis, swollen feet and congestion. It can also be used topically to remove warts. It is anti-rheumatic, anti-anxiety, antifungal, a diuretic, an expectorant, a stimulant to the nerves, uterus and heart muscles, a tonic and a vermifuge. The powerful therapeutic properties of Cedar Leaf essential oil cannot go unnoticed. It is popular for its high content of thujone, a compound that makes it an effective form of alternative medicine. It comes with a sharp, fresh, woodsy aroma that makes it a popular component in the perfume, toiletry, and cosmetic industries. The oil can blend well with most oils, such as Lemon, Lavender, Sage, Pine, Lavandin, Armoise, and Cedarwood. Cedar Leaf essential oil is an expectorant and a mucolytic, which means it makes mucus and sputum thinner and easier to cough up. It clears a congested respiratory system, making it easier to breathe. This can be especially helpful for people with chronic respiratory and sinus problems. This essential oil is effective in the management of health problems associated with inflammatory disorders and joint problems, such as arthritis. It also helps in relieving the pain and stiffness associated with such health issues and promotes blood flow to the affected areas.

Botanical Name: Thuja Occidentalis

Plant Part: Leaf

Extraction Method: Steam Distillation

Odor and Appearance:  A fresh aroma that is camphoraceous.

Country of origin: Canada, France

Main Constituents: Beta himachalene and alpha himachalene

Common Uses: It is often utilized in aromatherapy to create a refreshing and uplifting atmosphere, providing mental clarity and reducing feelings of anxiety and fatigue. Additionally, the oil is applied topically in diluted form to help soothe minor skin irritations and inflammation due to its potential antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties.

Note: Top note.

Blends well with: Rosewood, Bergamot, Cypress, Jasmine, Juniper, Clary Sage, and Rosemary

Contraindications: It should be avoided during pregnancy and breastfeeding, as well as in children and infants, due to potential risks. Individuals with sensitive skin should perform a patch test before topical application, and the oil should always be diluted. Internal use is not recommended, as it contains thujone, which can be toxic. It may also interact with medications or exacerbate certain health conditions, so consulting with a healthcare professional is advised. Allergies to cedar or related plants should be taken into account, and caution should be exercised when using around pets. Finally, individuals with sensitive respiratory systems should be cautious with inhalation, especially those with asthma or respiratory conditions.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.*

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