Cedarwood Doterra Essential oil

Today we will be spotlighting Cedarwood essential oil. This oil has a warm, woodsy scent that promotes a relaxing environment when used topically or aromatically. I like to use a few drops of Cedarwood on a felt pad in my closet to ward off bugs or to freshen up my Cedarwood hangers and shoe trees. Cedarwood is especially effective to keep moths at bay.

Have you tried dōTERRA Cedarwood oil yet? Often referred to as Cedar oil, this essential oil is both unique and useful. With a warm, woody aroma, Cedarwood oil possesses cleansing and soothing properties that make it useful for promoting healthy-looking skin, soothing the mind and body, cleaning around the house, or promoting a calm environment in any room. Cedarwood is also extremely useful for repelling insects both inside and outside.

Cedarwood Uses and Benefits

I love incorporating Cedarwood into my diffuser blends because of oils warm, inviting scent. I often mix Cedarwood oil with other warm oils like Cinnamon and Sandalwood. It also blends well with floral oils like Patchouli and Jasmine, or citrus oils like Bergamot and Lime. Here are two of my favorite Cedarwood essential oil diffuser blends:

Alpine Awakening diffuser blend
2 drops Bergamot oil
1 drop Cedarwood oil
2 drops Wintergreen oil

California Coast diffuser blend
2 drops Frankincense oil
2 drops Cedarwood oil
1 drop Rosemary oil
2 drops Wild Orange oil

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6 thoughts on “Cedarwood Doterra Essential oil

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