Eastern White Cedar Essential Oil ~ Thuja occidentalis (Organic)

Regular price $14.50

10 ml 

Everything is poisonous, and nothing is without poison. The dose alone prevents something from being a poison. ~ Paracelsus 

Key Vibrations: Friendship . Support . Aid . Spiritual Connection 

Energetic Gifts:

This tree offers all connection, the web of light between all beings, all particles, and between, past, present, and future. Bringing wholeness to seeming duality and combines all energies, uniting all that was, is, or could be. When we lose awareness of this connection in our lives, we feel isolated, lonely and bereft. Yet the energy is there we just need to open to it. It also lightens and frees one from low vibrations, energetic burdens, and parasitic energies on the subtle level. This oil encourages supportive friendships and community building. 

Physical Gifts:

Anticatarrhal (helps the body to remove excess mucous from the body. Mainly used in ear, nose and throat infections. Will help eliminate mucous in the sinuses), mucolytic (thins mucus, making it less thick and sticky and easier to cough up. Used to treat respiratory conditions characterized by excessive or thickened mucus, such as a chesty 'productive' cough), cicatrizing (heal by scar formation), anti-infectious, virucide (not all strains), insecticide, analgesic (acting to relieve pain).  Against ~ plane warts, cold sores, catarrhal or viral bronchitis. 


This essential oil has a sharp, fresh, camphoric, sweet conifer aroma, that is invigorating. This is hands down one of my favorite scents of all time. 

EXTRACTION METHOD ~  Steam Distilled Essential Oil

ORIGIN ~ Quebec, Canada  


MAIN COMPONETS: a-thujone, fenchone, ß- thujone, a-pinene


Folklore: This tree also goes by the name Arbor vitae which means, Tree of Life. The Eastern White Cedar is an incredibly long-lived tree. Kelly and Larson (1997) reported that the current oldest living Eastern White Cedar, found in Ontario overlooking the great lakes, is 1,062 years old; these are the oldest living trees in Canada and Eastern North America contributing to it’s very deserving name, the Tree of Life.

Also used in folk medicine to increased blood and lymph circulation, scalp stimulation ~ to support hair growth, to treat bronchial catarrh, enuresis, cystitis, psoriasis, uterine carcinomas, amenorrhea and rheumatism. 

Cautions: For external use only. Potentially toxic and neurotoxic. Should not be ingested or taken orally! Toxicity symptoms include convulsions (epileptic), gastroenteritis, flatulence, and hypotension. Chronic administration of thujones results in fatty liver degeneration. Poisoning has only been reported after oral administration. Keep out of reach of children. If you have any concerns at all speak to a health care provider before use. 

NCBI Information 

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to treat, diagnose or cure any disease.