What a great oil. Cedarwood is always included in my nighttime diffuser blend. But did you know it's good for things other than relaxation?
If you are going through a detox, Cedarwood can help open your pores to allow those toxins to escape. Your skin, being the largest organ in your body, can build up toxins that we have been exposed to externally and internally. Make sure you drink lots of water, too.
Being a natural astringent, Cedarwood can also help strengthen gums. Give it a try next time you have tooth or gum issues. Clove also works wonders.
Slim and Sassy is great for stimulating metabolism, but give Cedarwood a try, too. It can strengthen the digestive process, boost liver and kidney function, and even tone skin and muscles.
If your respiratory system, intestines, or even your nerves and muscles, (especially leg), shake uncontrollably, see if Cedarwood can help relieve those annoying issues.
Muscle or Joint discomfort, aches or soreness? Relieve puffiness, (which is the main cause of many of our issues), and increase flexibility by slightly warming some Cedarwood oil and massaging it into effected areas.
Cuts, scrapes or scratches? Many skin issues can be addressed with Cedarwood. Containing an agent that is cleansing, purifying, or germ-destroying, Cedarwood can give natural relief. Try it for dry scalp.
Bug repellent - Yes. Cedarwood is used in doTERRA's natural bug repellent blend TerraShield. Spray on when you're heading outside for your next hike along with some Lemongrass.
Diffuse in your home to help hide those unwanted odors.
Add with White Fir and Cypress for a Man Cave blend.
Make your own home made deodorant.
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