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D. Fedorov
Ph. D., Novosibirsk Russia, 2009

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Interview for the newspaper Vecherki.


Online Reader's Conference, Spring 2007

Russian newspaper Zavtra

Siberian Cedar Essential Oils

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About Essential Oils of Siberian Cedar (Pine)

Cedar Needle Essential Oil

Cedar Needle Essential Oil

Essential Oils of Siberian Cedar (Pine) are volatile aroma compounds contained in various parts of a plant, mostly in flowers, stems, leaves, fruits and roots.  Concentrated liquid extracts of a plant are easily obtained via steam distillation, solvent extraction.

Steam distillation is the most popular method for extracting Essential Oils. The plant material is treated with steam until volatile elements of a plant mix with steam particles. This ethereal blend is condensed into water, with the Essential oil floating on its surface. The two substances are then separated.  

Essential Oils of Siberian Cedar (Pine) have been used throughout time dating back to 4500 BC as perfumes, pleasant aromas and for medical purposes. Nowadays they are gaining a considerable popularity among prophylactic and medical remedies used by alternative medicine.  Their pharmacological properties include relaxing effect on nervous system, stimulation of memory and brain work, elimination of emotional stress and hyposomnia and stabilization of blood pressure.  

Cedar Wood Essential Oil

Cedar Wood Essential Oil

It is believed that Basil, Monarda (horsemint), Lavender, Jasmine, Clove and Wormwood oils bring a great benefit to the Immune System. At the same time Lavender extends short-term memory capacity and Wormwood and Rosmarinus (rosemary) improve mental concentration. Such oils as Fennel and Aniseed stimulate lactation. Eucalyptus, Lavender, Aniseed, Peppermint and of Siberian Cedar (Pine) posses antibacterial properties and are used for air disinfection.
Using Essential Oils in massage and inhalation the oil molecules easily absorbed straight into the bloodstream through skin pores or lungs. It increases therapeutic benefit because almost full amount of used oil gets to the aim without losses. However, since most Essential Oils are very concentrated, they are often deluded with carrier oils when applied topically. The carrier oils can be sweet almond oil, apricot kernel oil or cedar nut oil.
Carefully cultivated, steam distilled, and always 100% pure, the essential oils in Ringing Cedars of Russia extensive collection are life-enhancing gifts from the plant kingdom, revered for centuries for their restorative properties to body, mind, and spirit. Under Ringing Cedars of Russia’s stewardship, pure essential oils are now re-emerging as a key solution to the challenges facing modern lifestyles. Cleansing, calming, stimulating, and soothing, Young Living’s therapeutic-grade essential oils deliver positive benefits to the body as aromatherapy, through massage, and when taken internally.

Ringing Cedars of Russia’s line of pure, therapeutic-grade essential oils and unique essential oil blends are sourced from the world's finest plants. They are not diluted with chemical and synthetic additives and are carefully prepared to maintain plant integrity. This commitment to purity makes Ringing Cedars of Russia essential oils the world's highest-quality essential oil line.

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Cedar Cone Essential Oil

Cedar Cone Essential Oil

Using Essential Oils

AROMATHERAPY

DIRECT INHALATION: Directly inhale the oil from the bottle.

DIFFUSION: Use Essential Oil Diffuser to disperse oil in a micro-fine vapor into the air.

HUMIDIFIER: Fill a humidifier with water then place a tissue or cloth, sprinkled with a few drops of oil, in front of the escaping vapor.
STEAM: Place a few drops of oil in hot water, cover your head and the container with a towel, and breathe deeply and slowly.

TOICAL APPLICATION:

DIRECT: Essential oils can be applied directly to the crown of the head, to the temples, behind the ears, over vital organs, to the feet, and on many other locations. Dilution may be required.

MASSAGE: Essential oils can be used before, during, and after therapeutic massage.

PERFUME: With natural, earthy, and exotic aromas, essential oils can also be worn as perfume.

INTERNAL USE

CAPSULE: Add several drops of oil into an empty capsule and swallow with water.

WATER OR MILK: Add 1-2 drops of oil to a glass of water or rice milk.

BREAD: Add 1-2 drops of oil on a piece of bread.

COOKING: Use oils in place of herbs and spices in your everyday cooking.

BLUE AGAVE: Add 1-2 drops of essential oil into a teaspoon of Blue Agave sweetener.

Sarah Miller, Ph.D



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