Cedarwood - cut - Juniperus virginiana
- from the USA. Cedarwood provides a refreshing, warm, balsamic, woody fragrance to an incense mixture.
Various species of Cedar have been used throughout history by many cultures around the world. The fragrance is believed to improve energy, strengthen, protect and even bring good luck.
Synonyms: none known
Origin: Much of the Northern Hemisphere
Parts Used: wood
Aroma Description: woody with hints of pine and citrus, slightly sweet
Emotional Attributes: love, strengthening, cleansing/purifying
Cosmetic Uses: none known
Culinary Uses: none
Medicinal Attributes: used to be used to treat coughs, colds and headaches. Now considered too toxic for medicinal use.
Element Association: Fire
Magical Associations: healing, protection, prosperity
Astrological Association: Aries, Leo, Sagittarius
Planetary Association: Sun
Aromatic Note: Base note
Essential Oil: Yes, but extremely toxic. May cause irritation and allergic reactions.
Mixes Well With: amber, burgundy pitch, calamus, cardamom, chamomile, hyssop, iris root, juniper, lemon balm, oakmoss, patchouli, pine needles, pine resin, rosemary, white sage, desert sage, sandalwood, sandarac, spikenard, tolu balsam, turmeric, valerian root, vetiver, guaiacwood, orange peel, etc.
Medical Disclaimer: Information on this web site is for educational purposes only. This information is NOT intended as medical advice or for use as diagnosis or treatment of a health problem or as a substitute for consulting a licensed medical professional.Prices:
Per ounce (28 grams) $3.75
Per 4 ounces (112 grams) $14.25
Per 1/2 pound (224 grams) $27.00
Per pound (448 grams) $51.00
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