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Essential Oil of Cedarwood – One of the Oldest Oils

Lebanese cedar oil was used by the ancient Egyptians for embalming, cosmetics, skincare, and fragrances. Cedarwood is used for ritual purification after touching something "unclean". It is also used in various medicines due to its sedative effect. 

Cedar and sandalwood were also used to cleanse lepers and evil spirits. The Egyptians and Sumerians used this oil for embalming, disinfecting, and other medicinal purposes more than 5,000 years ago. It is still used by Tibetans as temple incense and is used in their traditional medicine.

How can use Cedarwood Himalayan oil from Sydney essential oil company  for healing?

Cedarwood is a great insect repellent – especially for mosquitoes and ticks. It is useful for hair loss, tuberculosis, bronchitis, gonorrhea, and skin diseases. It is useful as a decongestant for the respiratory system and useful in cystitis. Cedarwood is used for cellulite and to improve blood circulation and joint mobility in arthritis and rheumatism. 

Helps with nervous tension and stress-related conditions. It can promote deep sleep and emotional outbursts. Cedarwood can clear the mind and brain and has a calming effect on all people. Its main action is antibacterial and hair loss.

Cedarwood can be used both as a spray, topically, and as incense. It can be applied to the healer's hand and moved across the field for general support, strength, and durability. It can be applied topically to energy centers, eyebrows, temples, feet. Cedarwood is non-toxic and non-irritating.