Distilled from oil-rich heartwood, Texas cedarwood has similar properties to sandalwood at a fraction of the cost. The oil helps focus thoughts and stabilize the emotions. Mix several drops with citronella and grapefruit for a refreshing patio spray. (Texas cedarwood contains a natural substance that can form crystals in the oil. If this happens, warm the bottle slightly until the crystals dissolve.)

Blends well with:
Sandalwood
Juniper Berry
Rose
Cypress
Patchouli
Pine
Spruce
Vetiver

Cedarwood (Texas), Essential Oil, 1/2 oz.

$3.95Price
  • Brand: Aura Cacia
    Botanical Name: Juniperus mexicana
    Ingredients: Juniperus mexicana (Texas cedarwood) oil
    Directions: Dilute properly.
    Suggested Uses: Scalp Toner: 6 drops cedarwood, 6 drops sandalwood, 6 drops sweet orange, 1/2 oz. witch hazel extract, 1/2 oz. water.
    Safety Notes: CAUTION: IF PREGNANT, SUFFERING FROM ANY MEDICAL CONDITION, OR TAKING MEDICATION, CONSULT A HEALTH CARE PRACTITIONER BEFORE USE. DILUTE PROPERLY · MAY IRRITATE SKIN NOT FOR INTERNAL USE KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN
    Product Notes:
    Color: Dark orange to brownish
    Viscosity: Somewhat viscous
    Top Note: Oily, rich, sweet-woody
    Middle Note: Mild sweet-woody, somewhat balsamic undertone
    Dry Note: Sweet-woody, less balsamic
    Aromatherapy Actions: Harmonizing, relaxing, anxiety reducing
    Safety Data: Fairly non-toxic. Avoid during pregnancy.
    Regulatory Status: None

    Origin: United States
    Processing Notes: Essential oil is obtained by steam distillation of dry, trunk and limbs.
    Common Name: Cedarwood, Texas
    Form: Essential Oil
    Bar Code: 0-51381-91108-9
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