Essential Oil

Cedarwood Oil

Juniperus virginiana

Soft and woodsy, cedarwood essential oil casts its quiet shelter over rooms where it’s diffused, inspiring security and relaxation. Use it at bedtime, or to feel peaceful all day. This wise conifer is an expert at moving the body’s energy, bringing support to tender, red, or puffy areas as they recover strength. Our wildcrafted cedarwood essential oil (also called “red cedar”) is steam distilled from the wood of wild cedars in the misty, mossy forests of the USA. Children often love its familiar scent, which may remind them of pencil shavings.

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Benefits and uses

The stunning, rich Juniperus virginiana wood creates a woodsy, earthy, slightly balsamic essential oil that is often used in blends to assist with pain and inflammation management. This essential oil is also supportive when looking to reduce unwanted bacteria as well as to help clear lung congestion.

Emotionally and energetically, cedarwood virginiana essential oil can encourage the ability to hold steady and persevere, as it supports confidence and promotes grounding, especially when facing challenging situations.

Plant Part
  • Wood
Botanical Family
Extraction Methods
Steam Distilled
  • Base
Chemical Families
  • Sesquiterpenes
  • Sesquiterpenols
  • Balsamic
  • Dry
  • Earthy
  • Fresh
  • Light
  • Woodsy
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  • Complete Guide to Aromatherapy. 2nd edition, The International Centre of Holistic Aromatherapy, Australia, 2003
  • Tisserand R. The Art of Aromatherapy, Healing Arts Press, USA, 1977
Shelf Life

8 years

Safety & Warnings

Non-toxic. Many sources tell us to avoid Cedarwood oil during pregnancy. There is no research to support this claim with Cedrus atlantica, Cedrus deodara or Juniperus virginiana. The existing uncertainty may be due in part to the many different types of cedarwood trees.

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