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Cedarwood (Indian) Essential Oil
  • ABOUT - Cedarwood essential oil is a substance derived from the needles, leaves, bark, and berries of cedar trees. There are many varieties of cedar trees found around the world. Some trees referred to as cedars are actually juniper trees. Both are evergreen conifers. This essential oil can be extracted via several techniques, including steam distillation, carbon dioxide distillation, and cold pressing. While it can be purchased on its own, it’s also used as an ingredient in products like insect repellent, cologne, shampoo, and deodorant.

  • BOTANICAL NAME - Cedrus deodara


  • Thujopsene 
  • Alpha Cedrene 
  • Cedrol
  • SOLUBILITY - Soluble in alcohol oil, insoluble in water

  • EXTRACTION METHOD - Steam Distilled

  • CONSISTENCY - Medium

  • AROMA - Strongly sharp, woody and dry with a hint of smokiness. 

  • COLOR - Clear

  • BLENDS WELL WITH - Rosemary, Chamomile, Eucalyptus and Citrus Oils. 


  • HAIR LOSS - Cedarwood essential oil seems to stimulate the hair follicles and increase circulation to the scalp. This contributes to hair growth and may slow hair loss. Herbalists and aromatherapists often recommend cedarwood essential oil for hair loss, thinning hair and various types of alopecia. 

  • DRY SCALP - Cedarwood essential oil is often used to improve a dry or flaky scalp. This tree-derived oil can stimulate the scalp and increases circulation. To take advantage of this cedarwood essential oil benefit, mix two drops of it with coconut oil to create a mixture with antifungal and moisturizing properties. Add the mixture to your scalp, and rub it in for five minutes. For the best results, let it sit on your scalp for 30 minutes or so — then wash it out.

  • CALMING EFFECTS - Aromatherapy is the act of using essential oils to enhance psychological and physical well-being. Research demonstrates that you may want to reach for the cedarwood oil if you’re looking to calm down and relax.

  • COUGH RELIEF - Since cedarwood essential oil has antispasmodic ability, it may help to relieve a cough. If you have a cough, you may want to try using cedarwood essential oil before you go to sleep at night. Rub two drops of oil mixed with a carrier oil onto your chest and throat and rub it in for a minute. You can also add the mixture to your upper lip to help with breathing if you’re stuffy. 

  • BUG REPELLENT - Cedarwood essential oil is known to drive away pests, especially ants, ticks and fleas. You can dilute the oil in water to spray on your skin as a natural bug spray to keep them away outdoors, or use a diffuser to keep them out of the house or apartment. You can also spray diluted cedarwood essential oil on your furniture to keep pests away.

Cedarwood (Indian) Essential Oil

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    Veda Bazaar is a part of Makams Industries Pvt Ltd. Makams is leading manufacturer, supplier, and exporter for a range of herbal extracts. 


    Makams Industries Pvt Ltd
    812/G1-17-18, Samtel Zone, RIICO Industrial Area, Bhiwadi, Alwar, Rajasthan-301019 


    +91 858 898 0547

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