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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 North Shields pock et park will involve the Cedarwood Trust, resi dents, North Tyneside Council and St Joseph's Primary School, and will include play features, liv ing willow tunnels and planters for growing vege tables.
This intensive conditioner, packed with coconut, rosemary and cedarwood, stimulates the scalp and revitalises lacklustre hair to give serious body and shine.
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.
Handmade by Denali Dreams Soap Company in Alaska, both products are biodegradable and made with cedarwood and citronella.
It is available in Desert Sand, Cape Cod Gray, Cedarwood, Redwood and Rustic Brown, and two toners including Natural Redwood Toner and Natural Honey Toner.
Youthful inquisitiveness and perseverance prevail in this simply told yet enchanting tale as Lily agrees to move to Cedarwood for one year, stating that if she even gleans a hint of danger, the family will immediately leave.
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.
This year's limited edition holiday collection introduces White Spruce, a masterful blend of the essential oils of Siberian Fir Needle, Virginian Cedarwood, and Balsam.
Verdict: A lovely light, summer scent, with fruity mandarin mixed with rose, jasmine, green tea and cedarwood.
First of all, it's highly concentrated, so a drop will explode into a sink full of bubbles with the scent of verbena, amber, cedarwood and coriander.