Cedarwood

CEDARWOOD* (Cedrus atlantica) steamed distilled from bark. Produced mainly in Morocco, it is the species most closely related to the cedars of Lebanon. Of all essential oils, cedarwood is highest in sesquiterpenes, which are oxygen-delivering molecules capable of crossing the blood-brain barrier.

Scriptures: Leviticus 14:4, 6, 49, 52; Numbers 19:6

Historical uses:

Diffuse or inhale from bottle to enhance prayer and meditation.
A drop of oil in your palms and then cup them over your nose and mouth. Inhale, breathing deeply to help with mental clarity.
Used as an effective insect repellant).
A drop to a cotton balls and place in drawers to repel insects.
Egyptians used 1-3 drops rubbed into the scalp may help to inhibit hair loss.
A drop or two rubbed on wounded skin may help to clean, disinfect and protect from infection.
Rub a drop or two on the chest area to help relieve symptoms of (difficult breathing) bronchitis.
Applied to help with sleep.
Can help restore hair loss.

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