Aura Cacia, 100% Pure Essential Oil, Texas Cedarwood, .5 fl oz (15 ml)
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- Pure Aromatherapy
6 drops cedarwood, 6 drops sandalwood, 6 drops sweet orange, 1/2 oz witch hazel extract, 1/2 oz water.
Juniperus mexicana (Texas cedarwood) oil
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
This is a wonderful cedar oil, without any harsh burnt notes which sometimes can take overhand in the cedar oils. Smells sweeter that cedarwood atlas. Is divine when mixed to lemon and a jasmine blend in my diffuser. Purifies the air and works wonders on cellulites, eczema, hair loss, acne...You name it! Shredded cedarwood is commonly used as moth repellent in scented packets, so after a couple of drops of this oil on a cotton ball in your closet or drawers, moths are no longer a problem.
I have combined this with Everclear alcohol to produce a spray that kills fleas. It has proven itself effective. Thanks.
Posted by 4796789769469939113 on Sep 04, 2016
Aroma not pleasing. There is a unnatural smell.
Posted by 5716891645273117360 on Aug 06, 2016
I love the smell of this cedar wood clime its burnt and dry nothing green. Mix it with pine or a bit of orange/grapefruit and you get a nice range of earthy sweetness.
good for adhd
Posted by adhd-researcher on Jun 25, 2016
bought this after a video of dr. axe daughter with adhd loves the smell, me not so much lasts for hours supposed to calm down
Smell is not nice
Posted by 4921695483164588678 on May 04, 2016
At first that's the kind of wet-old wood furniture smell for me. When I give it a second chance it's more like a temple smell in Asia. Someone may like it but I don't enjoy it for now sorry.