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cedarwood,

n the essential oil from
Cedrus atlantica used to reduce the effect of sleep induced by barbiturates. See Cedrus atlantica.
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The red cedarwood lodges originate from Canada where such buildings are occupied as permanent homes.
Sunich built the original 74 units (Phase I) of Cedarwood in 1984 and added another 46 units (Phase II) in 1993.
Their unscented Naked Rescue Cream will help to moisturize that itchy winter skin, and their anti-fungal Sole Rescue Foot Balm yields a fresh cedarwood and clove aroma as it soothes sore limbs.
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Verdict: A lovely light, summer scent, with fruity mandarin mixed with rose, jasmine, green tea and cedarwood.
95 Unwind by adding a few drops of this lavender and cedarwood oil to your bath.
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Expert testimony in an earlier ACLU lawsuit challenging CIPA listed nearly 400 wrongly blocked sites, including the Cedarwood Sudbury School, Pennsylvania Sled Dog Club and Organic Farming.
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Focus includes Orange, Cedarwood, Cinnamon and Patchouli to help center and concentrate thoughts and feelings.