Cedarwood has a warm, woody, balsamic fragrance that relaxes the mind and body.
Before exercising, massage one to two drops into your chest to maintain vitality throughout your workout.
After a difficult day, diffuse Cedarwood to relax the mind and the body.
During your facial routine, add one to two drops of Cedarwood to your facial toner or moisturizer for added clarifying properties.
After noticing a fresh skin imperfection, directly apply one drop to affected area to immediately improve the appearance.
Place a drop on a cotton ball and place in closets, storage boxes, or other areas to keep moths at bay.
Add to mulch or topsoil to repel insects.
When a child wakes up scared, apply to the bottom of feet to return a peaceful feeling.
Take internally to promote relaxation.*
Naturally repels insects.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Derived from the coniferous tree, Juniper Berry essential oil has a rich history of traditional uses and therapeutic benefits. Juniper Berry acts as a natural cleansing agent, both internally and externally. Juniper Berry supports healthy kidney and urinary function and is very beneficial to the skin. Its woody, spicy, yet fresh aroma has a calming effect
that helps relieve tension and stress. When diffused, Juniper Berry helps to cleanse and purify the air.
Bilberry is any of several species of low-growing shrubs, bearing edible berries. Bilberries are distinct from blueberries but closely related to them. Bilberries are found in very acidic, nutrient-poor soils throughout the temperate and subarctic regions of the world. The fruit is smaller than that of the blueberry but with a fuller taste. Bilberries are darker in colour, and usually appear near black with a slight shade of purple. Bilberries are extremely difficult to grow and are thus seldom cultivated.
Bilberries are recognized as a good source of flavonoids, some of which have antioxidant activity. Often associated with improvement of night vision.
Cedar berry is obtained from the species of evergreen coniferous tree known Juniperus monosperma. It seems to be help with pancreas and improved insulin use.
The cedar boughs can be steeped into a tea that is somewhat cleansing to the system and contains vitamin C. The same tea concentrated can be used for poultices for rheumatic pains. It is also used for foot-baths and hand-baths.
Juniper berries are a diuretic and were also thought to be an appetite stimulant and a remedy for rheumatism and arthritis.
Currently, the juniper berry is being researched as a possible treatment for diet-controlled diabetes, as it releases insulin from the pancreas.
An essential oil extracted from juniper berries is used in aromatherapy and perfumery
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