Thuja essential oil is an exceptional calming and meditative agent, perfect to improve sleep and lower anxiety. It is also very effective to protect against skin infections.
Botanical Name: Thuja Plicata.
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Sometimes referred to as Western Red Cedar, the Thuja tree is indigenous to the Northern areas of the United States and the Northern/Eastern areas of Canada. Many indigenous cultures often used thuja wood for totem pole construction for its soft texture, anti-decay features, and ability to ward off damage-causing insects. But in the realm of essential oils, the thuja plant contains one of the world’s most powerful, dynamic oils that is strongly advocated by holistic people and professionals across the globe.
Though the chemical composition and health advantages differ based on the type of cultivation and area (leaves or bark), the Rosemary Creek Thuja oil utilized steamed distillation, enabling the oil to feature a clear color, purifying camphor-like aroma, and exceptional full-scope wellness benefits that bolster life quality. Overall, this all-natural antiseptic and antibacterial resource holds a monumental number of medicinal and regenerative properties, which can now be optimally leveraged at any time with the all-new, seamless roll-on application.
Either rolling on perfectly pre-diluted thuja essential oil to the skin or inhaling the renewing aroma from the bottle can send waves of calmness, effectively toning down your adrenaline levels to feel more at ease. That is because thuja essential oil is an all-natural sedative with a reputation for regulating the body's fight or flight responses/rhythms to stresses.
Part of this effect is due to the fact that thuja oil contains an element called thujone, which is said to be a natural sedative. Its aromatic effects regulate body rhythms. In a spiritual sense, the aroma of thuja may reset the body’s energies, releasing stagnant energies of the heart which brings about a feeling of renewal. This very reason is why so many people love using thuja oil in the roll-on applicator to promote more elevated meditation experiences, as a simple roll-on swipe works wonders at quickly releasing stresses and amplifying mind, body, and spirit balances.
Along with the calming realities of thuja oil, this became the catalyst for improved sleep quality and lowered anxiety levels. It is no hidden secret that sleep is a vital part of one's wellbeing and is a key link in how energized/productive they will be each day. Furthermore, continuous lack of sleep is known to cause elevated anxiety, and anxiety is known to cause lack of sleep - making it a catch-22 scenario that can be remediated with thuja oil. In short, having the roll-on thuja oil nearby can significantly make life much more peaceful and zen-inducing both day and night.
The intense amount of antibacterial and astringent qualities of thuja essential oil all equates to it being a keen skin disinfecting resource. Thuja essential oil is respected for being able to improve skin appearance and quality as a direct result of its deep skin-nourishing compounds and immunity stimulating capabilities that heal infections and deter them from arising again in the future.
Now with the roll-on applicator, combating common skin infections such as psoriasis, rashes, skin growth, and warts has never been more effortless and straightforward. There is no mixing, diluting or mess, making it ideal for anyone seeking to promote healthier, rejuvenated skin trouble-free. In conjunction with this, thuja oil is excellent at promoting better blood circulation, making it a fantastic resource to treat/reverse hair loss.
The main compounds of this Thuja Plicata essential oil are:
_ Alpha Thujone
_ Beta Thujone
_ Alpha pinene
To calm down, meditate, improve sleep and lower anxiety, just roll the rollerball on your chest, temples, neck, wrists, behind the ears and even on your skull.
To fight skin infections, just roll the rollerball on your infected skin.
Do not absorb this essential oil orally. It is toxic and can provoke convulsions and hallucinations.
Thuja essential oil mixes very well with myrrh, rose, citrus, grapefruit, black pepper, and cedarwood essential oils.
Botanical Name: Thuja Plicata
Common names: Thuja, Western Red Cedar, Red Cedar
Extraction method: Steam distillation
Appearance: Liquid, mobile
Country of origin: France
Botanical family: Cupressaceae
Plant part used: Leaves and branches
Odor: Thuja, Sharp, Fresh
Essential oils are concentrated and should be used with caution. Keep out of reach of children.
Avoid contact with the eyes.
As Thuja essential oil contains thujone, it may cause irritation of the skin without proper diluting. Use on the skin can be toxic and can cause discomfort near eyes and mucus membranes. A 5% dilution ratio with a carrier oil, such as vegetable oil, is recommended. Additional dilution may be necessary due to the toxicity caused by the high thujone content.
Also, thujone is toxic. It causes convulsions and hallucinations. Do not ingest. Thuja essential oil should not be taken internally unless recommended and supervised by someone who is qualified.
Do not use if pregnant, nursing, elderly and for children under 7 years of age. If suffering from any medical condition, consult a healthcare practitioner before using.
Do feel free to ask for further information and applications.
DISCLAIMER: Essential oils are not meant to cure diseases and illnesses. They may ease some health problems and bring comfort. We suggest you consult a physician and do your own research for each essential oil that interests you.
To get more safety information, read our article about the risks of using essential oils.