Widely grown to modern day North America, Organic Cedarwood Essential Oil has a long and illustrious history. Cedarwood Essential Oils uses and benefits were well understand by the ancient world.
The tree was used by King Solomon to build his temple; the Egyptians used the oil in the mummification process; and native American Indians used Cedar Oil as part of their daily living. Many today use Organic Cedarwood Essential Oil for it unmatched earthy scent!
Simply the best! At Nature's Oil we recognize that cedarwood essential oil is only as good as the plant it's distilled from. With the U.S leading the world in banning toxic pesticides, we recognize the need to source certified organics. By selling USDA certified organic essential oils, we ensure the farming, distilling, brokering and filling process all follow the same exhausting standards that the USDA has instituted for the organic program regardless of the plants country of origin. This ensures every part of the supply chain including the farmers are regularly audited and held to the same unwavering standards that we hold ourselves to. The process is not cheap, it's not easy, but it does make us stand out from nearly every other cedarwood essential oil on the market.
Specifications for Organic Cedarwood Essential Oil
Country of Origin: USA
Botanical Name: Cedrus atlantica
Family Name: Pinaceae
INCI: Cedrus atlantica
Common Names: Cedarwood Oil
Parts Used: Wood
Extraction Method: Steam Distilled
Scent: Medium, Woody, Sweet and Balsamic-Like
Appearance: Golden Yellow to Orange-Brown
Physical State: Liquid
Organic Certified: Yes
Specific Gravity: 0.933
Flash Point: 100°C
Disclaimer: The information provided is general and should not be taken as medical advice. Neither Nature's Oil or associated business entities guarantee the accuracy of the information. Please consult your doctor, especially if being used during pregnancy, before using our Organic Cedarwood Essential Oil. You are also encouraged to test the product to ensure that it meets your needs, before using for mass production.