Cedarwood Essential Oil - 15 ml
Young Living Cedarwood essential oil is a great way to enhance your favorite beauty products. You’ll want to use it for its fresh, earthy aroma, in addition to its ability to smooth the look of skin and shine hair. You can also create a calming yet powerful environment when you diffuse this oil or add it to massage oil blends.
You can find Cedarwood in Young Living products such as Grounding™, Highest Potential™, and Brain Power™ essential oil blends and Cel-Lite Magic™ massage oil.
Cedarwood Essential Oil Uses
- Smooth skin by adding Cedarwood to your favorite lotions and skin care products.
- Place a few drops in your shampoo and conditioner for shinier-looking hair.
- Pamper yourself with an at-home scalp massage. Warm a few drops between your hands and rub into your scalp for healthy-looking hair.
- Create custom scents featuring Cedarwood on its own or as a base for your own signature scent. Try combining it with essential oils such as Tea Tree, Neroli, or Bergamot.
- Enjoy the outdoors annoyance free with Cedarwood blended with oils such as Citronella, Rosemary, Tea Tree, Myrtle, Clove, or Lemongrass.
Cedrus atlantica† (Cedarwood) bark oil
†100% pure, therapeutic-grade essential oil
It's smels yucky, but it works :-)
Posted by Lisa N. on 12th Jul 2015
I am using this oil for postmenopausal insomnia. I have not been able to fall asleep, or stay sleep, on my own since 2006. I take Ambien, 12.5 mg, but I like to have something to help me start winding down before I go to bed. I was using the deliciously scented Peace and Calming oil blend before, but it is insanely expensive, and I used it up quickly. I asked on the Radishes and Roses Facebook page for some recommendations of other less-expensive oils I could use instead. Cedarwood oil was mentioned several times, and it is less expensive than Peace and Calming, so I thought I'd try it. I don't like the smell at all, but I've been mixing it with some citrus-scented lotion and rubbing it on my feet all the way up to, and including, my knees. I'm usually yawning by the time I go to bed, so although I'm instituting some other "sleep hygiene" measures, I'm pretty sure that the Cedarwood oil is working! I still have to take the Ambien, but at least it's nice to actually feel sleepy before I go to bed!
Cedar Wood Oil for Memory Problems
Posted by dodgerbob in Fort Mill on 10th Nov 2013
I have long used Lavendar Oil for rashes and other skin disruptions with excellent results.
I recently was advised that Cedar Wood Oil may be helpful for memory problems.
I apply two drops to the top of my right foot and right hand twice per day. I noticed an immediate improvement in mental allertness with the first application. After several applications I noticed an improvement in short term memory concentration and am able to recall associates names from the past after thinking about it for a few minutes.
I discovered that after application of the oil to the top of my hand, if I sniff it several times and get an immediate boost in alertness.
A truly remakable product for memory problems which low level Aricept seems to provide no help.