Botanical Name: Juniperus virginiana
Plant Part: Wood
Extraction Method: Steam Distilled
Although called a cedar, the Virginian cedar belongs to the juniper family (Cupressaceae). Also known as Red Cedar or Southern Red Cedar, this tree is native to North America.
Folk traditions note that native Americans used virginian cedarwood for respiratory infections, especially those involving excess mucous buildup in the nose or throat. It also has insect and vermin repelling qualities (mosquitoes, rats and moths) and was once used with citronella as a commercial insecticide. 
Strength of Aroma: Strong.
Description: Sweet, 'pencil wood' scent.
Blends well with: sandalwood, rose, juniper, cypress, vetiver and patchouli
Caution: Avoid use during pregnancy. Do not ingest. May cause local irritation or possible sensitisation to some individuals. Use in dilution with care and moderation. Generally safer to use atlas cedarwood for those with sensitive skin.
Packaging: Dark amber bottle with orifice reducer (for controlled essential oil dispensing).
 Lawless, J. (2012) Encyclopedia of Essential Oils: The complete guide to the use of aromatic oils in aromatherapy, herbalism, health and well-being, Harper CollinsSome images in this website are for illustrative purposes only. Please read our disclaimer before purchasing our products.
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