Cedar Leaf Western Red

Cedar Leaf Western Red
Botanical Name: Thuja plicata
Family: Curessaceae
Country of Origin: Canada
Method of Cultivation: Conventional
Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled
Plant Material Used: Leaves (needles)

CAS No: 68917-35-1
Flash Point (closed cup): 200 F

Synonyms: Pacific thuja, western arborvitae

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Characteristics: A yellow to amber colored liquid, with a warm, woody note.

Chemical Constituents:
a-thujone (63.5-84.0%), B-Thujone (4.9-15.2%), Sabinene (1.1-8.8%), Terpinen-4-0l (1.4-4.6%),
Gernayl acetate (0.1-3.9%), B-Myrcene 0.5-3.3%), a-Pinene (0.5-2.9%), Rimuene (0.1-2.6%),
y-Terpinene (0.3-2.0%), a-Terpineol (0.3-1.8%), Beyerene (0.1-1.5%), Linalool (0.1-1.5%), (+)-Limonene (0.4-1.3%), a-Terpinene (0.1-1.2%). 1



Note:
Due to the thujone content expected to be neurotoxic.
Avoid during pregnancy, breastfeeding.
Blend at a 0.25% of blend.
No known carcinogens.

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

Ref:
Robert Tisserand: Essential Oil Safefy pg 468
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