**As our customer, should you purchase these types of oils we urge you to be knowlegable in the use of the oil, by purchasing an information booklet, visiting your library, the internet, etc. Some oils can cause allergic reactions, others should not be used by pregnant women, or people with certain medical conditions. (note, 10% means essential oil is reduced by cutting with a carrier, for volume. Does not diminish the fragrance of the E/O, but it gives our customers a chance to purchase very expensive oils in a smaller volume)
Cedarwood: It is recognized for its calming, purifying effects, and its benefits to the skin and underlying tissue. Possibly related to its use as a spiritually grounding scent, The oil may stimulate the pineal gland which releases melatonin (a regulator of sleep and dreams) as well as growth hormone. The limbic system (center of emotions) is also stimulated by the high sesquiterpene content. Cedarwood is used as a temple incense by Tibetan Buddhists. Cedar oil is considered fortifying and strengthening, being noted as a tonifier of the kidneys, spleen and pancreas. It is included in blends to enhance one’s overall energy and to support adrenal function. Cedar can be mildly antiseptic, diuretic, and nervous system sedative. Has been traditionally used for acne, oily skin conditions, scalp disorders, lung congestion, nervous tension.