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.

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

Ref:

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


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