iHerb Customer Reviews
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stink by its own
Posted by Reviewer1848521 on Apr 05, 2012
It smell like mould by itself. However it seem to be serving its purpose I bought it for, to ward off roaches by putting few drops on cotton pads and hang it inwards in my kitchen cupboards and drawers. Seem to work on lizards too, I don't see new droppings after using. I added few drops of tea tree oil I have and the combi smell much better. I've ordered Champor oil and it should be on the way to me. Let's see which smell is better, and I would repurchase that.
Neville Brand from Spain
Posted by Reviewer2905303 on Mar 07, 2011
Put 12 or so drops on a wood chip and toss the chip in the back of a drawer to say goodbye to the presence of insects in your furniture and closets. Pleased with the quality and the price.
Posted by 5353349799325396655 on Nov 19, 2014
Bought this to add to mixture for my dogs flea and tick shampoo, spray and on collar's. It helps to repel them when mixed with other oils purchased here. Use it also to mix with cinnamon leaf oil and put in container with water or carrier oil for air freshener during the holiday season by putting on warmer plates. Put into my hair/body wash too.
Posted by 4821538348639162132 on Apr 06, 2015
so good for so many things!
Strong bitter woody scent
Posted by 4933345779180849203 on Sep 25, 2015
First time using Cedar wood oil, saw articles that it is good to ward off insects in cabinets.
Warm and relaxing fragrance
Posted by 5040941065800560233 on May 02, 2016
I sometimes use this oil in a diffuser as an alternative to lavender to relax.
Posted by 5527803761295848404 on Jun 12, 2016
Good quality, only negative thing was that it was leaked in the packages because of loose cap.
Really like the smell
Posted by Reviewer2635763 on Aug 01, 2016
I never knew cedarwood smelled so good. There's a wooden muskiness which is pretty strong. I mix it with a sweet scent (geranium) and the combination is heavenly!
Posted by Reviewer3211292 on Sep 04, 2011
Use primarily to ward off pest