Cedarwood (Cedrus antlantica)

Botanical Family: Pinaceae (pine)

Plant Origin: Morocco, USA. Cedrus atlantica is the species  most closely related to the biblical Cedars of Lebanon.

Extraction Method: Steam distilled from bark

Key Constituents: Alpha-Himachalene (10-20%), Beta-Himacahalene (35-55%), Gamma-Himachlene (8-15%), Delta-Cadinene (2-6%)

ORAC : 169,000 µ TE/100g

Historical Data: Throughout antiquity, cedarwood has been used in medicines. The Egyptians used it for embalming the dead. It was used as both a traditional medicine and incense in Tibet.

Medical Properties: Combats hair loss (alopecia areata), antibacterial, lymphatic stimulant.

USES: Hair loss, arteriosclerosis, ADHD, skin problems (acne, eczema)

 Fragrant Influence: Stimulates the limbic region of the brain ( the center of emotions), stimulates the pineal gland, which releases melatonin. Terry Friedmann, MD, found in clinical tests that this oil was able to successfully treat ADD and ADHD (attention deficit disorders) in children. It is recognized for its calming, purifying properties.

Application: (1) Apply on location, (2) apply on chakras and/or Vita Flex points, (3) inhale directly, (4) diffuse, or (5) take as dietary supplement.

Found in: Australian Blue, Brain Power, Cel-Lite Maghic Massage Oil, Egyptian Gold, Grounding, Highest Potential, Inspiration, Into the Future, Kidscents, Bath Gel, Kid scents Lotion, Peppermint-Cedarwood Bar Soap, Sacred Mountain, Sacred Mountain Bar Soap, SARA.



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