Cedarwood essential oil (Pinus sibirica)

Cedarwood essential oil (Pinus sibirica)

Size 10 ml

  • emotionally grounding
  • acne and dandruff
  • relax nervous system
  • alleviate cellulite, rheumatism and muscle pain


Cedarwood essential oil has a woodsy and empowering aroma which emotionally grounding. It is used for the preparation of massage oil to alleviate poor circulation, fatigue, stress etc.  It is used to treat acne, oily skin and dandruf. Cedarwood essential oil is used in the state of agitation and stress.Its aroma connect us with the “ground” and helps us to “be present at this time”, improve self-confidence, acts soothing and alleviating. It is also used in massage oils and other preparations for the treatment of cellulite, varicose veins and athlete’s foot. Do not use undilluted  essential oil directly on skin because it can burn the skin. Instead, you can dilute 3-20 drops of essential oil with 30 ml of carrier oil, such as jojoba, olive or almond oil, and then apply it to the face, body or scalp as a massage oil.

Cedarwood was used since biblical times for construction. King Solomon used a cedar for building a temple in Jerusalem, and Egyptians for the construction of ships and sarcophagus, while their cedar oil was used for mummification. Solomon contracted with King Hiram of Tyre to supply the cedar and pine logs from the forests of Lebanon.

Cedar symbolizes the power, glory, spiritual power, fertility, abundance, and dignity. The name cedar is derived from the Arabic word ‘kedron’ which means ‘power’.  Atlantic Cedar (Cedrus atlantica) is a conifer originating from the Atlas and Rif Mountains (Algeria and Monaco). He is closely associated with the biblical cedar from Lebanon (Cedrus libani), but it should not be confused with the North American Red Cedar (Juniperus virginiana), because it is a completely different species and family in the plant kingdom.



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