Cedarwood essential oil is said to be the first oil extracted from a plant
Cedarwood essential oil is said to be the first oil extracted from a plant.
For external use only.
Avoid during pregnancy.
How to use:
Do not use undiluted.
Use carrier oils (e.g. almond or jojoba) or water to dilute oils used topically on the skin.
Topical uses include baths, massage oils, sprays and compresses.
Inhalation can be very effective on moods. Use in diffusers, in sprays, dry evaporation (e.g. a few drops on some cloth), or steam inhalation.
Relief from itching
Clary Sage, Bergamot, Juniper berry, Rosemary, Frankincense, Ylang ylang
This product is in these categories
- Allergies - General
- Aromatherapy, Massage Gels and Oils
- Atlantic Aromatics
- Chest Infections
- General Hair Care
- Insect Repellants / Bite Treatments
- Joint Health and Flexibility
- Oily Skin
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Urine Tract