Cedarwood is native to the Atlas mountains of Algeria and is also cultivated in Morocco.
The oil encourages lymphatic drainage and stimulates the breakdown of fats. Cedarwood oil has a pronounced effect on mucous membranes and is good in all catarrhal conditions, especially coughs and bronchitis.It may be used with other oils for inhalations for all types of respiratory complaints.
Having a sedative effect, it could be used in conditions associated with anxiety and nervous tension.
Cedarwood has pronounced effect on the skin and is of value for all types of skin eruptions. Its action is sedative, astringent, antiseptic and it relieves itching. This makes it good for acne, oily skin and seborrhea of the scalp (oily hair, dandruff)
It is a very good insect repellent and is effective against mosquitoes, moths, woodworms, leeches and rats. Since it has been shown to inhibit the mitosis (cell division) of tumor cells, it may be of value in cancertherapy. (*NB: not verified)
10 ml, 50 ml