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Cedar Leaf Hydrosol

Post by administrator on September 21, 2022

Cedar Leaf Hydrosol - Thuja occidentalis

Also known as arborvitae, white cedar or "Tree of Life". The cedar tree is part of the cupressaceae botanical family which includes both red and white cedars. It is native to Canada and other parts of North America. Although it is often referred to as cedar, it's not actually part of the cedar family.

This exquisite sweet and refreshing hydrosol has been used for centuries by many native cultures to purify the air, remove negative energies and attract healthy positive spirits. According to North Amercan legend, cedar is considered the protector as it is a favorite of the "Thunder Beings" . It is common practise to burn cedar leaves, incense made from the tree or spray the hydrosol during thunderstorms as the legend also indicates that lightening will not hit a cedar tree.

While the essential oil is considered toxic and requires skilled use by trained Aromatherapists and other essential oil users, the hydrosol is quite gentle and can be used safely for many purposes.

Aroma: very light, sweet but refreshing and reminiscent of cedar trees

Storage: For optimum shelf life, all hydrosols should be kept in the refrigerator or cool place below 50F, and out of direct light.

 

Other uses:

Skin: astringent effect, disinfect wounds, soothe inflamed skin.

Pets: Used widely in pet products as they prefer the natural aroma to synthetic perfumes. Add to natural soaps, make sprays to reduce odours on pets and their beds

Home: Make a spray to freshen the air, provide outdoor aroma in winter

Spiritual: Used as a "liquid smudge" when burning incense or sage sticks is not an opton. Native traditions indicate it helps to clear negative spirits and energies. Combine with sweetgrass hydrosol for better effects.

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