Cedarwood Essential Oil functions
Functions : 

Convergence, antibacterial properties are most beneficial to oily skin, but also can improve facial and acne skin, blocked pores, dermatitis.
 
Eczema
— Eczema is a common skin disorder that causes dry, red, itchy skin that can blister or crack. Cedarwood essential oil can cure the inflammation that leads to this irritating skin issue — it reduces skin pealing and treats the infection with its antifungal properties. There are a few ways to add cedarwood essential oil to your daily routine. Add the oil to your skin lotion or soap, rub it on the infected or itchy area directly, or make yourself a bath with five drops of cedarwood oil added to it.
 
Hair loss
— Cedarwood essential oil can stimulate the hair follicles and increase circulation to the scalp. This contributes to hair growth and slows hair loss. There’s evidence that applying cedarwood oil, in combination with the essential oils from thyme, rosemary and lavender, to the scalp improves hair growth in up to 44 percent for people with hair loss after seven months of treatment.
 
Reduces arthritis
— Inflammation of the joints and tissues, which are common symptoms of arthritis, can lead to debilitating pain or discomfort; this can be lessened with the use of cedarwood essential oil. By inhaling the oil, or using it externally on the skin, you reduce inflammation — which minimizes joint stiffness. Try making yourself a bath with five to 10 drops of cedarwood essential oil.
 
Relieves spasmodic conditions
— If you struggle with restless leg syndrome, respiratory seizures, asthma and other spasmodic conditions, you can find relief by taking advantage of the calming and soothing properties of cedarwood essential oil. These spasms may affect the respiratory system, muscles, intestines, heart and nerves.
 
Natural deodorizer
— Cedarwood essential oil is comforting, reassuring and also possesses a wood-like pleasant scent. It adds a warm tone to any blend of perfumes or oil mixtures. It’s also known to bring people together and improve personal outlook and self-esteem. This may seem strange, but the soothing power of cedarwood oil has the ability to change a person’s perspective. Inhaling cedarwood oil, vaporizing it or adding it to a body spray can have long-lasting therapeutic effects.
 
Tightens muscles
— Because cedarwood essential oil is an astringent, it tightens loose muscles and creates a feeling of firmness and youth. It also hardens the muscles of the digestive system, which helps with stomach issues like diarrhea. 
 
Serves as a diuretic
— Cedarwood essential oil increases the frequency of urination and therefore removes harmful toxins, excess water and fat from the body. Rub two drops of cedarwood essential oil into your hands and massage your bladder and kidneys. This helps with urinary tract infections, water retention and kidney issues.
 
Improves Focus and ADHD
— using cedarwood oil on children could greatly improve their focus and learning capacity. Children suggest to take three deep inhalations 3 times a day for thirty days. there were significant changes. The results showed cedarwood oil inhalation improved focus in children with ADHD by 65 percent!
 
Bug repellent
— Cedarwood essential oil drives away mosquitoes, flies and other insects. You can also spray diluted cedarwood essential oil on your bed and coaches to keep the pests away.
 
- Adjust renal function, also have aphrodisiac effect
 
- The state of nervousness and anxiety can be calmed down by the calming effect of cedar.
 
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