Cedar essential oil (Citrus Medica) it is extracted from a fruit whose knowledge is very ancient. Pliny the Elder called it the "Assyrian apple".
Its origins are in Southeast Asia.
It is difficult to find therapeutic advice in the literature.
We know that in aromatherapy it has diuretic and draining properties when taken orally (a drop in a teaspoon of honey), helps digestion and reduces abdominal swelling.
It is added to shampoo (preferably neutral) to combat oily hair.
It is used as an insect repellent, similar to citronella.
The Chinese and Japanese use it to perfume rooms and clothes in wardrobes.
Room diffuser: choice between 3 and 6 drops in 100 ml. of water
Bath tub: 8/10 drops of essential oil emulsified in coarse salt or milk or cream or honey to put in hot water (used to prevent the oil from volatilizing due to the heat)
Food use: we recommend 1/2 drops every 100 gr. of food to be flavored to add at the end of cooking (we suggest always starting from the lowest recommended dose to possibly increase the drops in the future)
Warnings: Do not use in case of chronic diseases, pregnant or breastfeeding.
If in doubt consult a doctor/pharmacist.