Updated: Jun 28
Cedarwood was one of the 1st oils we used for sleep at our house. I had heard great things about it but didn’t love the smell. We added it to our diffusers and added a couple drops of Grapefruit and we call this our “KNOCK OUT blend.” Then I started adding to to my face tonic for healthier skin. We also added it to our bug spray. Along with citronella and peppermint.
What Doterra Says:
Did you know that Cedarwood essential oil was considered by the Sumerians to stem from the Tree of Life? Diffuse Cedarwood with Cypress for a warm scent to promote feelings of confidence and self-esteem within the home. Cedarwood oil also includes the main sesquiterpene constituents cedrene, and thujopsene, which help improve the appearance of skin. Add one to two drops to your toner to help with skin imperfections.
After a difficult day, diffuse to create a relaxing experience.
During your facial routine, add one to two drops of Cedarwood oil to your facial toner or moisturizer to promote clear, healthy looking skin.
Place a drop on a cotton ball and place in closet to keep moths at bay.
The Oil Of Community
Cedarwood supports in bringing people together and helping individuals understand they are not alone.
Release these emotions: Lonely, antisocial, separate from others
To Become more: Emotionally connected, Belonging, supported and social.
How to use
Aromatically: Diffuse or Inhale straight from the bottle.
Topically: With a carrier oil 3 to 4 drops apply to arms, legs and bottom of feet.
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