What are the uses and benefits of Cedarwood Essential Oil?
Cedarwood Essential Oil improves blood circulation for healthier hair growth, and soothes your skin irritations for the perfect beauty cleanse. At the same time, it pampers and protects your pets and furkids from ticks.
How to use Cedarwood Essential Oils?
Cedarwood Oil nourishes your hair and soothes dry skin, making it a great addition to shampoo or bath products. Dilute about 1-2 drops of essential oils for every tablespoon of our skin-friendly Carrier Oils, apply topically for gorgeous hair and all-day skin comfort.
Is Cedarwood Essential Oil safe for dogs?
Diluted cedarwood essential oil is safe for dogs. It is applied on the fur to drive away fleas. When used in aromatherapy, it reduces the stress level in dogs. Cedarwood essential oil is used as an ingredient in several dog care products.
Is Cedarwood Essential Oil safe for cats?
When used topically on cats, cedarwood oil is effective in driving away fleas and ticks. However, cats may be averse to the aroma of cedarwood oil when it is used in aromatherapy.
Is Cedarwood Essential Oil safe for pregnancy?
Cedarwood essential oil when topically applied during pregnancy may cause minor side effects including rashes and redness of the skin. Hence, it is better to avoid cedarwood oil during pregnancy.
What is himalayan Cedarwood Essential Oil good for?
Himalayan Cedarwood Essential Oil has grounding effects. Hence, it is sued in aromatherapy, especially while doing meditation and yoga to relax the mind and remove negative thoughts.
What is texas Cedarwood Essential Oil good for?
When used in aromatherapy, texas cedarwood oil removes negative thoughts and emotions and induces calmness. When used regularly it boosts the immune system of the body. It is also used as an air freshener.
What are the oils, cedarwood essential oil blends well with?
Due to its warm characteristics, Cedarwood essential oil pairs well with other oils, including herbal oils such as Clary Sage, woody oils such as Cypress, and spicy oils like Frankincense. It also harmonizes well with other essential oils such as Bergamot, Cinnamon Bark, Lemon, Patchouli, Sandalwood, Thyme, and Vetiver.