Cedarwood Essential Oil
Essential oil from cedarwood is believed to be one of the first distilled by man. There’s plenty of existing evidence that tells of how early humans put cedarwood essential oil to various uses, taking full advantage of its antiseptic and sedative effects, among many others.
For instance, recent findings suggest that despite the relative difficulty of extracting essential oils from cedar, Ancient Egyptians used substantial amounts of the precious nectar to embalm their dead. We can all take the well-preserved state of Egyptian mummies as proof of the strength of cedarwood oil’s insecticidal and antimicrobial properties.
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