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Cedarwood essential oil is derived from the wood, bark, and needles of the Atlas cedar tree. Its scent, like freshly sharpened pencils, smells faintly of sandalwood and turpentine. It is often used for stopping hair loss and in the treatment of alopecia. Cedarwood encourages drainage of the lymphatic system and its diuretic action aids the treatment of cellulite, edema, and obesity.
Cedarwood oil can help treat bronchitis, cystitis, acne, dandruff, dermatitis, oily skin, boils, bed sores, and fungal infections. Cedarwood aids meditation, lifts depression, and is thought to help people to stay on their chosen path. Cedarwood essential oil should only be used for two weeks at a time and should always be diluted before use.
* Do not take essential oils internally without consulting a professional aromatherapist. Always consult with a healthcare professional before using any herbal remedy especially if pregnant, nursing, or taking other medicines.
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