Cedarwood Essential Oil
$7.35

Therapeutic Grade, Steam Distilled and Pressed Essential Oils

Cedarwood 

Botanical Name: Cedrus atlantica Plant Part: Wood
Origin: USA Extraction Method: Steam Distilled
Consistency: Thin Color: Golden yellow to orange-brown liquid.
Aromatic Strength: Strong Aromatic Scent: A woody, sweet, warming scent. 
Safe Dermal Dilution: 8.0% Cautions:  Non-toxic, non-irritant. Avoid during pregnancy. 
Note: Middle ORAC Value: 169,000 µTE/100g
SEDATIVE


Essential oils are 
pure, concentrated plant chemicals that come from flowers, fruits, leaves, resins, twigs, seeds, or roots. These essential oils are the same oils we use in our skin care products! They are pure, therapeutic grade essential oils and come from all around the world. Our laboratories product the highest grade/quality possible and we pass on the savings directly to you.

Cedarwood has been known to reduce inflammation, relieve spasms, eliminate cough, reduce phlegm, balance menstruation, and stimulate the metabolism for weight loss. 

Spiritual Properties: A purifier on physical and spiritual levels, Cedarwood helps eliminate blockages, cleanse negativity, and help overcome bad habits. It enhances clarity of the mind to assisting in one reconnecting to their spirituality. 

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Alywillow Essential Oil Safety Tenets:

-Please NEVER consume or ingest essential oils. Some companies have promoted this practice, but the majority of seizures and fatalities due to essential oil use could have been avoided if the essential oils had been applied externally instead. Even if you consume essential oil without short-term side effects, it can still lead to long-term damage to your digestive system. 

-Most essential oils should be avoided in the 1st trimester of pregnancy. 

-Do not put undiluted essential oils in your bath. 

-If diffusing in your car, make sure the oil is a stimulant and not a sedative. 

-If applying to your skin, please use the proper dilution- every plant is different! See how to calculate the proper dilution below.

-Always dilute essential oils, especially when used on children. Use essential oils sparingly on children and use only as needed, not as a preventative measure (unless for a limited time). 

-Some essential oils require you to avoid direct sunlight for 10-12 hours after use. All citrus essential oils and some others, such as patchouli, are phototoxic, even when diluted. 

This is just a brief safety summary. Your safety is very important to us, so if you have questions, please call us!  If you have medical concerns, speak to your doctor. 

Calculating the Proper Dilution: 

Step 1: How much carrier oil are you using? Carrier oils could be coconut oil, sunflower oil, safflower oil, hemp oil, or any other oil. Water is not a safe carrier as it will not blend (1 mL = approximately 20 drops).

Ex: 1mL = approx 20 drops

Ex: 5mL = approx 100 drops

Ex: 30 mL = approx 600 drops

Step 2: Change the Safe Dermal Dilution to a decimal.

Ex: 1% = .01

Ex: 5.3% = .053

Ex: 0.7% = .007

Step 3: To calculate the safe amount, multiply the amount of carrier oil you are using with the number you got in Step 2. _______drops (carrier oil) x ______ (dilution rate) = _____ drops of EO. 

Ex: 20 drops (1 mL carrier oil) x .20 (SDD for Eucalyptus EO) = 4 drops of EO 

Ex: 100 drops (1 tsp carrier oil) x .053 (Geranium EO) = 5 drops of EO

Ex: 600 drops (1 oz carrier oil) x .007 (Lime EO) = 4 drops of EO

Step 4: What you calculated is for use on adult. If the intended use is on a child, use only 25% of what was calculated here. 

Disclaimer: These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and should not be taken as medical advice. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any medical conditions. If you are in doubt, always consult your doctor. 

Happiness and Health: Although the effects of our products can be very powerful, the therapeutic effects are not enough to restore your health and joy on their own. Our happiness and health are affected by our overall lifestyle habits, eating habits, relationships, water intake, level of exercise, and exposure to harmful substances.