Young Living – Cedarwood Essential Oil




Cedarwood (Cedrus atlantica) has a warm, woodsy aroma that creates a comforting, uplifting experience. Use Cedarwood oil to add its invigorating scent to your life through aromatic and topical uses.

Young Living Cedarwood essential oil is a great way to enhance your favorite beauty products. You’ll want to use it for its fresh, earthy aroma, in addition to its ability to smooth the look of skin and shine hair. You can also create a calming yet powerful environment when you diffuse this oil or add it to massage oil blends.


Folklore: Cedrus atlantica is supposedly the closest related species to the biblical Cedars of Lebanon.

Historical Uses: Cedarwood was used traditionally by the North American Indians to enhance their spiritual communication. It creates the symbolic effect of the umbrella protecting the earth and bringing in energy from the universe. At night, the animals in the wild lie down under the tree for the protection, recharging, and rejuvenation the trees bring them.

Possible Uses: This oil is known for its purifying properties. It can help with CALMING, cellulite, hair loss, TENSION, tuberculosis, urinary infection, YOGA, ACNE, ANXIETY, ARTHRITIS, CONGESTION, COUGHS, cystitis, DANDRUFF, PSORIASIS, PURIFICATION, SINUSITIS, skin diseases, OILY SKIN and water retention. It may help open the PINEAL gland.

Application: Apply to VITA FLEX POINTS and/or directly on AREA of concern; DIFFUSE.

Other Uses:
• Smooth skin by adding Cedarwood to your favorite lotions and skin care products.
• Place a few drops in your shampoo and conditioner for shinier-looking hair.
• Pamper yourself with an at-home scalp massage. Warm a few drops between your hands and rub into your scalp for healthy-looking hair.
• Create custom scents featuring Cedarwood on its own or as a base for your own signature scent. Try combining it with essential oils such as Tea Tree, Neroli, or Bergamot.
• Enjoy the outdoors annoyance free with Cedarwood blended with oils such as Citronella, Rosemary, Tea Tree, Myrtle, Clove, or Lemongrass.