Herb of the Day: Cedarwood

Cedarwood (cedrus atlantica)
Parts used: The oil

Cedar Tree

This is one of the first herbs used as an ancient medicine. The oil of the evergreen cedar tree was used by the Egyptians as for embalming, and by people from the Middle East since biblical times. To this day Tibetan monks still use cedar incense to aid with meditation. It blends well with several other herbal oils like, neroli, jasmine, geranium and rosewood.
Cedarwood oil is also beneficial for dandruff, nervous tension and stress-related conditions.

Aids with:
Antiseptic, antiseborrheic, acne, oily skin, dandruff, is a diuretic, urinary system, cystitis, vaginal infections, catarrh, bronchial congestion, infections, stress, nervous disorders.


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