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Cedarwood (Indian)

Cedrus deodara

Cedarwood (Indian) from Aromatics

Cedarwood (Indian)

Cedrus deodara

Description

Cedrus deodara, also known as Himalayan Cedarwood, is known to be especially effective for reducing the chronic inflammation and pain from rheumatoid arthritis.  Cedarwood is great to blend into a cream for the chest to relieve congestion and suppress coughing. It has a stimulating effect on the respiratory system and is especially useful when an infection is present. It has a sweet, woody aroma.

Cedarwood-deodara is from the Pine family growing at high altitudes and is closely related to Cedarwood Atlas (Cedrus atlantica). Cedarwood is traditionally considered a male fragrance and is often used in men's cosmetic products. Its sweet, woody aroma is often incorporated into blends as a base note, giving strength and stability to the aroma. It appears to offer these same properties on a mental/emotional level as well.

Its astringent and antiseptic qualities make it useful in skin care, especially for acne. It can also be used for itchy skin and for nourishing the hair.

Properties
Category
3 - Relieve
Aromas
Balsamic
Earthy
Warm and Radiant
Woodsy
Notes
Base
Middle
Chemical Families
Sesquiterpenes
Sesquiterpenols
Therapeutic Properties
Diuretic
Expectorant
Immune support
Mucolytic
Country of Origin India
Cultivation Wildcrafted
Extraction Method Steam Distilled
Plant Part(s) Wood
Botanical Family Pinaceae
Applications + Recipes

Emotional and Energetic Qualities

Grounding
Calming during stressful transitions
Helps take the load off the nervous system

Recipes
Safety + Shelf Life

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.

The suggested shelf life is 6-8 years.

Batch History
Batch Number Distillation Date
CDD-104 October 2015
CDD-103 Fall 2013
CDD-102 Fall 2010
CDD-101 Summer 2009

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Description

Cedrus deodara, also known as Himalayan Cedarwood, is known to be especially effective for reducing the chronic inflammation and pain from rheumatoid arthritis.  Cedarwood is great to blend into a cream for the chest to relieve congestion and suppress coughing. It has a stimulating effect on the respiratory system and is especially useful when an infection is present. It has a sweet, woody aroma.

Cedarwood-deodara is from the Pine family growing at high altitudes and is closely related to Cedarwood Atlas (Cedrus atlantica). Cedarwood is traditionally considered a male fragrance and is often used in men's cosmetic products. Its sweet, woody aroma is often incorporated into blends as a base note, giving strength and stability to the aroma. It appears to offer these same properties on a mental/emotional level as well.

Its astringent and antiseptic qualities make it useful in skin care, especially for acne. It can also be used for itchy skin and for nourishing the hair.

Properties
Category
3 - Relieve
Aromas
Balsamic
Earthy
Warm and Radiant
Woodsy
Notes
Base
Middle
Chemical Families
Sesquiterpenes
Sesquiterpenols
Therapeutic Properties
Diuretic
Expectorant
Immune support
Mucolytic
Country of Origin India
Cultivation Wildcrafted
Extraction Method Steam Distilled
Plant Part(s) Wood
Botanical Family Pinaceae
Applications + Recipes

Emotional and Energetic Qualities

Grounding
Calming during stressful transitions
Helps take the load off the nervous system

Recipes
Safety + Shelf Life

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.

The suggested shelf life is 6-8 years.

Batch History
Batch Number Distillment Date
CDD-104 October 2015
CDD-103 Fall 2013
CDD-102 Fall 2010
CDD-101 Summer 2009

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