Cedarwood essential oil has antiseptic, antispasmodic, toning, astringent, diuretic, anti-fungal, soothing properties, repel insects.
Cosmetics: cedar oil is used for mixed and oily skin, helps treat dermatitis and psoriasis, seborrhoea. Reduces skin flaking, regulates sebaceous gland activity, reduces skin sebum excretion level and helps to treat acne. For Hair care products – reduces dandruff.
Repels insects: repels insects, mosquitoes, reduces skin itching. Essential oils must be diluted with vegetable (base) oil and only then applied on the skin, in order to avoid allergies, or evaporate at home in aroma candlesticks.
Antiseptic: Protects wounds from bacteria.
Relieves pain: relieve different types of pain - the respiratory system, intestines, heart or nervous system.
Eases coughing: Oil eases cough and helps the respiratory tract and lungs to remove phlegm, relieves headaches. The oil can be steamed in the evening before going to bed or doing inhalations.
Tonic: cedar oil can be used as a health tonic, it stimulates the metabolism. It tones up the muscles, skin, nervous system, stomach, digestive system and brain functions.
Diuretic: eliminates toxins from the body. It is recommended for obesity, hypertension or high blood pressure, rheumatism, arthritis and gout, urinary tract infections. The urine is excretes more fat, water excess and toxins from the body.
Promotes menstruation: promotes menstruation and helps to regulate the cycle, reduces PMS syndrome, nausea, fatigue.
Soothing: soothes and relieves tension.
Warning: Cedarwood essential oil should not be used during pregnancy. Do not use pure essential oils on the skin, dilute 3 % with vegetable oil or add during the production of cosmetics.