Cedarwood Virginiana Pure

Cedarwood Virginiana Pure
Botanical Name: Juniperus virginiana
Country of Origin: USA
Method of Cultivation: Conventional
Method of Extraction: Steam distilled
Plant Material Used: wood, stumps & sawdust
Family: Cupressaceae
CAS No: 8000-27-9

Flash Point (closed cup): 200 F

Synonyms: Cedar Oil, Red Cedarwood


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Characteristics: Slightly orange-yellow colored liquid, not as viscous as Atlas Cedar.

Aroma: at first oily & woody with a sweet balsamic scent typical of cedarwood lumber.
The aroma becomes more drier & more woody, less balsamic as the oil dries out.

Chemical Constituents:
a-cedrene ...................  (20.0%)
B-cedrene .................... (6.6%)
thujopsene ................... (18.9%)
Other sesquiterpenes  .... (13.3%)
cedrol .......................... (31.6%)
widdrol ........................  (4.8%)

According to Gunther: trees less then 25 years old should not be cut.
The older trees will yield about 3.%5 of the volatile oil, while the younger
trees will yield less then 1%. Also, the scent is from the older trees vs the 
younger trees differ considerably. 

* Virginian cedarwood oil has a sedative effect.
* may be used in conditions of anxiety and nervous tension.
* recommended for coughs and chronic bronchitis.
* due to its astringent and antiseptic properties may be useful in hair, 
   and skin care for improving oily skin, acne, dandruff and seborrhoea of the scalp. 
* regarded as an excellent insect repellent.

To quote Mojay G.:
Virginian cedarwood can assist an individual to take a negative or threatening situation ..
and transform it into an experience from which strength and wisdom can be derived.

External use ONLY.
Do NOT use undiluted on the skin.
Keep away from children and pets.
Store away from heat and light.''


S. Battaglia The Complete Guide to Aromatherapy  Pg178
G. Mojay Aromatherapy for healing the spirit. 

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