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Nature's Alchemy
Cedarwood Oil

Nature's Alchemy are 100% natural essential oils are meticulously extracted from plants by cold pressing or steam distillation.

Cedar Oil as Insect Repellant

Cedar oil, which is extracted from the bark of cedar trees, is a safe and natural insect repellent that is particularly effective against fleas. By mixing pure cedar oil with other types of natural oils, such as citronella and lemongrass oil, you can repel mosquitoes as well.

 

  • 100% Pure Essential Oil
  • Juniperus mexicana

 

0.5 Fluid OZ.



$3.79 List Price

$3.00 Online Price

 

Nature's Alchemy high-quality botanical oils are perfect for aromatherapy, baths, room fragrancing, personal fragrance, potpourri, massage oil fragrancing or anywhere you would like to have a wonderful fragrance. Nature's Alchemy has an extensive selection of fragrances to please and rejuvinate your senses.

These 100% natural essential oils are meticulously extracted from plants by cold pressing or steam distillation using the same techniques developed by the medieval Persian physician Avicenna. All Natures Alchemy high-quality botanical oils are scientifically tested for purity and contain no chemical solvents, added alcohol or other extenders.

Suggested Uses for Essential Oils

 

Aromatherapy
Combine essential oils with special massage techniques to relieve stress, soothe the skin or help ease congestion. Many books on aromatherapy techniques can guide you in choosing the right oils to meet your needs.

 

Body Care
Give your favorite unscented lotions, bath oils, creams and hair care products an exotic lift by mixing in a touch of essential oil. Or give your hair and scalp a refreshing conditioning treatment by placing a few drops of rosemary or lavender oil directly on your natural bristle hairbrush (which also conditions and protects the bristles).

 

Crafts
Create a festive mood around the holidays or a sweetly scented mood for spring by decorating your home with the fragrance of essential oils. Potpourri, incense, candles and herbal fragrance pillows make unique, personalized gifts. Include a small bottle of essential oil with your potpourri gift, so the recipient can refresh the mixture throughout the year.

 

Culinary
Treat yourself to a distinctive natural flavoring in candies and confections. Pure peppermint oil has been used commercially for many years to make candy canes and chocolate mints.

 

Environmental Fragrance
Bring your favorite essential oil into your bedroom, bathroom or any room in your home by using a diffuser or by placing a drop of oil on a light bulb before turning it on. This same technique can bring a refreshing reminder of home into a hotel room.

 

Inhalation and Facial Steam
Steaming hot water with a few drops of a soothing oil like chamomile can be a wonderfully relaxing way to open the pores before a facial treatment. After adding the oil to the steaming water, place a towel over your head and breathe the steam in deeply for several minutes. Take care not to make the water too hot, and keep your face at least six inches from the steaming water.

 

Massage
Enhance the naturally sensuous experience of a massage by adding a few drops of your favorite essential oil to an unscented massage oil. With the appropriate oil, your massage can be relaxing, muscle-soothing or energizing.

 

Personal Fragrance
Unwind with a spa-like scented bath by adding a few drops of essential oil to your bath water. Or make your own custom blended perfume oil by blending a few drops each of your favorite essential oils with a high-quality vegetable oil. Jojoba oil (a plant wax) is highly recommended as the base oil for perfume oils; it will not become rancid and alter your fragrance. Perfume oils are very concentrated and long-lasting; for a less concentrated, lighter scent, make your own perfume by blending essential oils with a pure vegetable-source alcohol.

 

Cedar Oil as Insect Repellant

Cedar oil, which is extracted from the bark of cedar trees, is a safe and natural insect repellent that is particularly effective against fleas. By mixing pure cedar oil with other types of natural oils, such as citronella and lemongrass oil, you can repel mosquitoes as well.

100% Pure natural essential oils.

Juniperus mexicana (cedarwood) oil

Concentrated. Not for internal use.

Keep out of reach of children.

According to a book Modern Essentials; A Contemporary Guide to the Therapeutic Uses of Essential Oils suggested and possible uses for cedarwood include:

Acne
Add one drop of cedarwood essential oil to your daily routine (consider using within a moisturizer, cleanser, or by itself as need).

Anxiety
Inhale straight from the bottle, diffuse through the room, or apply a drop over the brow.

Asthma
MAssage 1-2 drops into the chest and throat daily or as needed.

Bladder Infection
Massage 1-2 drops over the kidneys and bladder 2-3 times a day.

Calming
Place 1 drop in your hands, rub together, then cup over the nose and mouth and breathe naturally for several minutes.

Congestion
Cedarwood essential oil benefits our respiratory system greatly. Apply 1-2 drops over the area of concern or massage into the reflex points of the feet.

Cough
Apply 1-2 drops over the throat and chest several times a day.?

Dandruff
Massage 1-2 drops into scalp; consider using coconut oil as a carrier to maximize its antifungal and moisturizing benefits.

Eczema
Use 1-2 drops over the area of concern; consider using coconut oil to help moisturize and protect the area as well.

Grounding
One of my favorite cedarwood essential oil benefits. Place 1 drop in your hands, rub together, then cup over the nose and mouth and breathe naturally for several minutes. Or massage into the feet daily.

Kidney Support
Massage 1-2 drops over the area several times a day or as needed.

Moths
Place a drop on each cotton ball or fabric strip and place or hang in closets, storage boxes, or other problem areas. Replace as needed.

Psoriasis
Massage 1-2 drops (depending on the size of the area) of cedarwood essential oil into the area of concern 1-2 times a day or as needed.

Skin Issues (General)
Consider any number of topical applications: massaging into the area, adding to a bath, reflex points of feet, etc.

Stress
Apply a drop over the heart center (if it's emotional), the brow (if it's mental), or inhale straight from the bottle as needed.

Tension
Massage into the areas where you're holding tension, or consider the cedarwood uses listed above for Stress.

Urinary Infection
Massage 1-2 drops of cedarwood essential oil over the area several times a day or as needed.

Urinary Support
Consider the cedarwood uses listed above for Urinary Infection or Kidney Support.

Water Retention
Massage 1-2 drops into the reflex points of the feet, or over the kidney and bladder 1-2 times a day.

 

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