Latin Name: Cedrus atlantica. Also known as Moroccan cedarwood, Himalayan cedarwood Country of Origin: Morocco Cultivation Method: Non sprayed Aroma: Woodsy, sweet, soft, earthy. Extraction Method: Steam distilled Plant Part: wood stumps, chips or sawdust Energetics: Tonic for Qi, nourishes yin, calms shen. Safety: Nonirritating, non-sensitizing. Contraindicated in pregnancy. Be certain you know exactly which cedarwood you are using, always identify which cedarwood you have by the latin name. Actions supported by clinical studies: Anti-inflammatory, insecticidal (Battaglia)
SUSTAINABILITY ALERT: This beloved cedarwood is now listed on the Threatened Species list, now endangered in it’s natural habitat. Please limit or discontinue use. We are currently sourcing an optional oil. Please do your own research, in aromatherapy there is always an optional oil choice for most conditions.
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Leading / Common Uses: We will continue to offer this wonderful oil for it’s grounding and stabilizing affect on moods and emotions for now with our current stock. I recommend using cedarwood for inhalation only and to limit your use.
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