Steam distilled from the wood and sawdust of the cedar tree, providing a rich, warm, woody and balsamic aroma. This grounding, base note oil with cleansing properties provides a long lasting aroma in homemade recipes.
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With a strong, spicy, warm and resinous aroma, Cassia Essential Oil is anti-microbial, anti-emetic and an astringent. It is both stimulating and revitalizing. It is often use as a food flavorant, in a diffuser, and in creams.
Can be used as an aromatic oil to freshen up closets, mop floors or can be added to homemade furniture polish. Cedarleaf is an effective insect repellent, and it can be dotted onto clothing when going into the woods. Cedarleaf is also a useful oil for aromatic and potpourri blends.
Vanilla Oleoresin Essential Oil has a rich, warm, and sweet fragrance that is unmistakably vanilla. It is a thick essential oil and tends to sink when added to the bath and in blends. When using in a bath, mix it with a carrier such as bath salts. In oil blends, be sure to shake before use. Often used as an added fragrance in perfumes and aromatherapy blends, and can also be used as a food flavoring.
This oil has a mild, sweet-balsamic, woody, warm aroma. It was once used for respiratory ailments and muscle aches and pains. It is a harmonizing and calming oil that is perfect for massages, baths, use in a diffuser, and chest rubs.