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Organoveda™ Cedarwood Essential Oil

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Symbol of strength, wisdom and abundance, this warmly soft species of cedar is used extensively across traditions to aid in meditation.

  • Botanical Name: Cedrusdeodara

  • Family: Pinaceae

  • Composition: 100% Pure Cedar Essential Oil

  • Origin: India

  • Method of Extraction: Steam Distillation

  • Cultivation/Harvesting: Wild-harvested

  • Plant Part: Wood pulp

  • Color: Yellow to amber

  • Bottle Size: ½ floz (15 mL)




Symbol of strength, wisdom and abundance, this rich and warmly soft species of cedar is used traditionally in Ayurvedic and Tibetan medicines as an incense ingredient to aid in meditation. Himalayan cedar boasts a rare and powerful combination of qualities that are both stimulating to the body but calming to the mind. Himalayan cedar is widely known for its soothing qualities to sore bodies and breath. This woody, delicious oil is a true tree nectar.

Compared with some essential oils, cedarwood has a relatively simple chemical profile, though it has a high percentage of aromatic compounds. As a tonic and calmative to the mind and emotions, it is useful in assisting with the anxious tension created out of our modern non-stop lifestyle when diffused or used in direct palm inhalation. Renowned for its calming and grounding properties, especially during stressful transitions, it promotes emotional equilibrium.

Cedar trees can live to be 1000-2000 years old, and in this lifetime they have exchanged plenty of “breath”. Cedar is one of our favorite oils used to sooth the lungs during periods of stress and discomfort during the challenging winter months. When you or the children are in need of such relief, combine cedarwood in your diffuser with some eucalyptus and chamomile and lavender.

Cedarwood in its strength and longevity has long been used to give the heart courage and enhance connection with the spirit, insight and good judgement. Cedar also has an affinity to the hair and skin, it helps to remove the lodged toxins in both and is a good cleanser and stimulant to adding back luster.


Cedrus deodara is derived from the Sanskrit word "devdar", meaning "timber of the gods". Cedar trees were often mentioned in the Bible and symbolized fertility and abundance. Ancient Egyptians smeared cedarwood over papyrus as a preservative. They also used it in the mummification process and for cosmetics and perfumery. It has traditionally been employed in Native American ritual to enhance spiritual communication. It is said to quell anger.

• In the Diffuser: This nectar of the trees can promote an alert and productive work environment or meditation space. Cedar is known for inspiring optimism and clarity. Add several drops to your diffuser along with lemon and lavender to create an aromatically pleasing and effective blend.Diffuse cedarwood oil to promote calm and a meditative state.

• Hair Formula: Add several drops to 10ml Jojoba oil massaging in to hair and scalp to relieve dry, itching scalp and nourish hair.

• Skin Smoother: Add two drops cedarwood oil to 5ml tea tree and apply with a cotton ball to reddened, upset teenage skin or anywhere you may have an old or stubborn skin impurity.

Cedarwood oil can be applied topically (always diluted), as a compress, in the bath, through direct inhalation, or used with a diffuser.

Non-toxic, non-irritant and non-sensitizing. Avoid use during pregnancy and with children under 6 years. Do not take cedar wood essential oil internally.

• Soothing Comfort Massage Blend: 2 drops tea tree, 2 drops cedarwood oil, 2 drops jasmine diluted in 30 ml Jojoba oil. Massage topically as needed.

• Hair and Scalp Formula: 8 drops lavender oil, 4 drops cedarwood oil, 4 drops lemongrass oil, 4 drops peppermint oil in a 30 mL jojoba oil. 10% Moroccan argan oil will enhance this formula.

• Winter Lungs Diffuser: 2 drops cedarwood oil, 4 drops camphor oil, 4 drops eucalyptus oil. Diffuse, or use inhalation therapy, or mix several drops in 20ml any carrier oil and apply topically to chest.

• Perfumery Note: Base
• Odor: Earthy, woody, slightly camphorous and warm and dry, radiant, balsamic
• Strength of Initial Aroma: Medium to strong
• Dry-out: Sweet, woody
• Blends Well With: jasmine, juniper, lavender, rosemary, cypressand citrus oils such as bergamot, lemon, and mandarin.

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