25 Days of Oily Thankfulness || Day 2: Cedarwood Essential Oil.

25 Days of Oily Thankfulness

Day 2: Cedarwood Essential Oil.     
Well the good news is… we no longer need to count sheep, because now you can count drops … of Cedarwood essential oil!!

Cedarwood is diffused nightly in our home. I have a diffuser in my son’s room and it is run safely throughout the night, every night.

I love blending Cedarwood with Tangerine – Orange – or Lavender for sleepy time! My preferred ratio is 5 drops Cedarwood + 3 drops of either Tangerine – Orange – or Lavender.

I also use Cedarwood for really chapped shin. Parents, you know how our babies noses get really chapped and sore when they have runny noses? Well blending Cedarwood with Olive Oil as a carrier oil helps heal their poor noses makes that ickiness go away and fast!

Cedarwood is also a great oil to add to your facial cream for soft glowing skin!
Cedarwood stimulates the limbic region of the brain (the center of emotions), simulates the pineal gland, which releases melatonin. Terry Friedmann, MD found in clinical tests that this oil may treat attention deficit disorders in children. It is recognized for its calming, purifying properties.

(Reference Source: LSP Desk Reference Guide – sixth edition)

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