Organic Cedarwood - 100% pure and natural essential oil (10ml)


Organic Cedarwood - 100% pure and natural essential oil (10ml)

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100% Cedarwood Essential Oil

Price: 9.90 €



  • Grounds and improves focus
  • Helps reduce the appearance of cellulite
  • Can be very potent as a natural remedy for alopecia areata (hair loss)


Aroma: Woody, warm, balsamic and a bit sweet


Production method: Steam distilled


Plant part: Wood/bark


Main constituents

alpha-himachalene, beta-himachalene, gamma-himachalene and curcumene



  • strongly epithelizing (skin tissue healing)
  • lymph tonic (stimulates and cleanses the lymph)
  • lipolytic (breaks fats)



If you are looking to create your cedarwood oil blend, consider mixing it with rosemary, clary sage, thyme, tangerine, juniper, cinnamon, neroli, rose, sweet orange, ginger and lime.



  • Helps reduce cellulite
  • Supports skin health
  • Fights hair loss
  • Can improve focus
  • Works as a bug repellent



Atlas cedar is part of the pine family and is native to the Atlas Mountains in Morocco. It can reach up to 40 meters in height, with a trunk diameter of around 2 meters. And what is more impressive about this majestic tree, is that cedars can live up to one thousand years. They can endure even the harshest and most brutal elements and that is why they have become a true symbol of wisdom, strength and stability.

In antiquity, in the Middle East especially, cedars were used to build shelters and temples, because of their remarkably durable bark. The essential oil extracted from the woods was used to make cough medicines and antiseptic ointments. Furthermore, there are also claims suggesting that Egyptians also used the essential oil in embalming rituals.

During the Middle Ages, cedar wood became very popular among carpenters, as it was used in clothes chests as a moth repellent. Nowadays, cedar oils are becoming more and more popular among aromatherapists. Deservedly, cedar oils are more than meets the eye.



Cedarwood essential oil is comforting, calming and reassuring. The oil is extracted through the process of steam distillation from the wood/bark of the cedar tree. Cedarwood oil can improve the look of your skin and is especially potent in reducing the appearance of cellulite. It is also good for your memory and alertness.



One study found that cedarwood essential oil is a very good alternative to other antibacterial agents and can be effective in controlling both bacteria and yeasts.

Another study found that cedarwood oil fragrance can positively affect behavioral and psychological symptoms of dementia in Alzheimer's.

In this study by Terry S. Friedmann, the team behind the ADHD trial concludes that cedarwood oil can be very beneficial as adjuvant therapy for ADHD. Because cedarwood oil has a high concentration of sesquiterpenes, making up 50% of its constituents, it can improve the oxygenation of the brain.

Last but not least, a randomized trial featuring 86 patients in 2 groups concludes that using a mixture of thyme, rosemary, lavender and cedarwood proved to be effective in treating alopecia areata. The participants had to massage their scalps with the essential oils and track records in 3 and 7-month intervals.



Helps reduce cellulite

Due to its lipolytic and lymph-toning qualities, cedarwood essential oil can be used in massage blends focusing on diminishing cellulite. You can easily prepare an excellent remedy to use daily at home. Dilute five drops of cedar essential oil in 20 ml of carrier oil, for example, almondand massage your thighs for at least 5 minutes.

Supports skin health

Cedarwood oil can treat inflammation and thus alleviate skin rashes and eczema symptoms. It reduces skin peeling and calms the agitated skin. Try adding 2 to 3 drops of cedarwood oil to your lotion or apply to your skin, after diluting it in a carrier oil. Additionally, you can try a soothing bath - just add 2 or 3 drops to your bathtub and enjoy!

Fights hair loss

Cedarwood essential oil can stimulate hair follicles and increase blood circulation to the scalp. Professional aromatherapists often recommend cedarwood essential oil for hair loss, thinning hair and general alopecia areata.

One way to take advantage of cedarwood oil benefits for your hair is to directly add a few drops (4-5) to your shampoo. Another way to incorporate this miraculous essential oil is to dilute 5 drops of it into almond or coconut oil (20ml) and rub it on your scalp. Leave for 20 minutes, then rinse well.

Improves focus

Inhaling cedarwood oil may improve focus and ease symptoms of ADHD. For children with ADHD, an important study by Dr. Terry Friedmann proved that inhaling a blend that included cedarwood oil for 30 days showed significant improvements.

Great bug repellent

β-himachalene, which is the main constituent in cedarwood oil, was found to exhibit insecticidal qualities. You can apply cedarwood oil topically (diluted in carrier oil) to drive away mosquitoes, flies and other bugs. It can also be sprayed on beds or clothes. To keep moths away, add 5 drops of cedar oil to cotton balls and leave them in your closet.



  • Use in the bath for aromatherapy benefits
  • Diffuse for the emotional and mental benefits
  • Massage, well diluted, for physical ailments



Focus blend with cedarwood essential oil

Use an aroma diffuser and mix:

  • 2 drops of cedarwood essential oil
  • 2 drops of juniper essential oil
  • 2 drops of grapefruit essential oil
  • 2 drops of black pepper essential oil


Cedarwood oil grounding blend

Use an aroma diffuser and mix:

  • 3 drops of cedarwood essential oil
  • 2 drops of frankincense essential oil
  • 1 drop of patchouli essential oil


Hair loss blend with cedarwood oil

Massaging cedarwood oil regularly prevents hair fall and strengthens the hair by supplying more nutrients to the scalp. Use a 30-ml bottle add almond, jojoba, or coconut oiland mix it with 5 drops of cedarwood oil and 5 drops of rosemary essential oil. Massage your scalp and comb your hair. Leave it for at least 20 minutes and then rinse well.

  • 5 drops of cedarwood essential oil
  • 5 drops of rosemary essential oil
  • 30 ml almond, jojoba, or coconut oil​​​​​​​


A bug-repellent cream/spray

To create your natural bug repellent, you need 50 ml of witch hazel (or another solvent) and add 5 drops of cedarwood essential oil, 3 drops of eucalyptus essential oiland 4 drops of lemon savory oil. Mix well and apply before going outdoors.


SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS: Cedarwood essential oil is a highly concentrated product and should only be used with extreme caution. Please note that all information is provided for informational purposes. We always recommend additional consultation with a specialist before usage, especially when used in childhood, breastfeedingor if you suffer from chronic diseases! Because cedarwood essential oil can stimulate menstrual flow, pregnant women should avoid using it! Avoid contact with eyes, mucous membranes, inner ear and other sensitive parts of the body! Keep out of reach of children!


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