Cedar

CODE: 45

CHF 8.25

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Latin names: Cedrus deodara
French names: Cèdre de l'Himalaya, Cèdre déodar
Other English names: Deodar Cedar
Extracted from: Wood
 
  • After lymph drainage, put on a few drops of essential oil to lighten and drain with a reassuring feeling of beneficial wellness.
  • Whenever you need to make sure that you are your own master, Cedar boosts your self-esteem like a lion.
  • A few drops of oil into your shampoo will give your hair strength, tonus (and a nice smell!) 
  • Very efficient to get rid of moths. (see also Patchouli).
  • Bzzz – tic! Mosquito bite after an exotic night? Frenetic itch due to this flying witch? One drop of this very practical antihistamine-like oil on the P point and the urge to rub and scratch it will fade away instantly. 
 
Cedar is a reigning king, a lion and it likes dominating the area where it grows. Almighty, it grows up as high as it is self-confident. It knows that it has no other equal but itself. Have a look at it, stretching out its branches inconsiderately. Its side branches, besides, are almost like trunks! They go up, then down and up again, not letting their weight get them down.
 
Recognising Himalayan cedar among other types of Cedar, no problem! From far away already, one can see its arrow-shaped top leaning sideways, like Gandalf's hat. Its trunk then divides into many trunks (why would it bother not to?) and finally, its rosette leaves are much longer than other cedars' and softer as well. Himalayan cedar differs from Atlas cedar firstly in that it is bottle green. Pinecones are big and plump, almost round. They smell good because they're full of resin but it is hard to find one intact. Indeed, they to flake off before falling down, setting seeds free.
 
It can live over 2'000 years in the Himalayas up to 3'000 meters (9'842.5 ft.) above sea level and can be 60 meter (196.85 ft.) high. Much higher than in Europe. Imagine wood that has to stay solid whatsoever, survive rotting, fungus, insects, wind and soil movements in the mountains. How can it live through time (as long as our Christian era!) with no problem? Simply because it is full of powerful essential oils. Full is the right word: 30 kilograms (66.1 lbs.) of wood contain one kilo (2.2 lbs.) of essential oil.
 
The essential oil is extracted from the wood and was already used by the Egyptians to preserve mummies and build their sarcophagus. Time has no impact on cedar! Its name comes from the Arabic word Kedron, which means strength. Temples in Babylon and Solomon's royal palace were made of cedar wood. That is why it was practically eradicated in this region (Lebanon cedar).
 
Hence, it sounds funny to have use-by dates for essential oils, doesn't it? Mummies were preserved from decay thanks to them, and even intact bottles of essential oil were found in the Pyramids! But yet, rules have to be followed and chemicals have to be sold. But that is another story. Celts, for example, used to use cedar wood resin to embalm their most respected and noble enemies' heads. Druids used to hold ceremonies in cedar groves which symbolised trust in their astrological system.
 
Makes you noble.
Allows you to feel your own power and values.
To attract respect from others, which can only happen when self-respect already exists.
Removes the feeling of being a victim, to stop you being someone else's target, prey or martyr.
Gives more visibility.
Perseverance and stability specific to the 1st chakra.
 

Anti-poux
Lymphotonique, Stimulant lymphatique, Draineur lymphatique
Veinotonique, Stimulant veineux, Draineur veineux
Tonifiant, Tonique, Stimulant
Immunostimulant, Stimulant immunitaire
Diurétique
Antifongique, Antimycosique
Insectifuge, Eloigne les insectes (spécifique mites)
Antihistaminique, Antiallergique
Anti-inflammatoire
Antiprurique, Antiprurigineux, Combat les démangeaisons
Artériotonique, Tonique artériel, Tonique de la micro-circulation artérielle
Antidépresseur
Vulnéraire, Cicatrisant, Participe de plusieurs façons à la guérison de plaies

Poux, Pédiculose
Jambes lourdes, Œdème lymphatique, Fatigue lymphatique, Insuffisance lymphatique
Jambes lourdes, Œdème veineux, Fatigue veineuse, Insuffisance veineuse
Rétention d’eau
Varices, Varicosités, Veinectasies, Phlébites
Fatigue générale, Coup de pompe, Surmenage
Maladie infectieuse, Faiblesse immunitaire, Immunodéficience
Mycose unguéale, Mycose cutanée
Pellicules, Mycose capillaire
Mites, Infestations de mites
Allergie, Rhume des foins, Asthme allergique
Inflammations, Tendinite, Ligamentite, Arthrite
Démangeaisons, Prurit, Piqûres d’insectes
Insuffisance artérielle locale
Couperose
Dépression, Déprime, Coup de blues
Plaies, Coupures, Cicatrices, Abrasions, Egratignures
Brûlures, Coups de soleil
Urétrite, Inflammation de l’urètre
Syndrome de Raynaud

Increases Kapha's soundness, stability, perseverance and strength
Stops Pitta's authoritarian barking out
Calms Vata's insecurity

Sesquiterpenes (alpha-, beta-, gamma-and ar-himachalene 70-85%, cadinene, curcumene, calacorene, longifolene, beta-caryophyllene ...)
Sesquiterpene alcohols (cubenol, calamenol, himachalol ...)
Sesquiterpene ketones (cis-alpha-, trans-alpha-and beta atlantones 3-20%). Sesquiterpene ketones are not toxic.
Furanocoumarins: none

        Batch, CED501F090228 (PDF, 320.6 Ko, French)
        Batch, CED2002/5        (PDF, 248 Ko, French

        Batch, CED2002/7        (PDF, 294 Ko, French)
        Batch, CED501F090228 (PDF, 237 Ko, French)

        Batch, CED501A150019 (PDF, 237 Ko, French)

No contraindication within physiological dosage.
Keep out of reach of children.
Children and pregnant women: no contraindication within physiological dosage.
 
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