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Cedarwood oil contains the highest amount of sesquiterpenes.

Sesquiterpenes oxygenate at the cellular level which brings the release of toxins and promotes circulation. This explains why Cedarwood Essential Oils are powerful lymph decongestants, can reduce cellulite and are great for the hair and skin.



Modern Uses: Insect repellent, hair loss, tuberculosis, bronchitis, gonorrhea, skin disorders (acne, psoriasis). Cedarwood is highest known oil in sesquiterpenes (98%) which can deprogram misinformation and bring oxygen to cellular levels. Enhances deep sleep (melatonin stimulant), emotional releases, promotes mental clarity.

Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
cedarwood (noun)
the wood of a that is especially repellent to insects - cedar
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