Cedarwood Essential Oil (Texas)



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Botanical name: Juniperus ashei

Extraction method: Steam distillation ensures that the temperature-sensitive organic compounds (which give Cedarwood Essential Oil its wide-ranging therapeutic functions and distinctive aroma) are preserved as much as possible.

Origin: Canada

Description: growing up to 7 m in height, the Texan Cedarwood is a small alpine evergreen tree. While the tree is native to southwestern USA, Mexico and Central America, the major Cedarwood Essential Oil producing region is in Texas.
Common uses: the major health-giving compounds in Cedarwood Essential Oil (Texas) are cedrol, thujopsene, and sesquiterpenes, among others. Check out how you can conveniently incorporate this restorative and fragrant essential oil into your life.

Blends well with:  Rosewood, Bergamot, Cypress, Cassia, Jasmine, Juniper, Neroli, Labdanum, Frankincense, Clary Sage, Vetiver, Rosemary, Ylang-ylang.

Aromatic scent: Cedarwood Texas Essential Oil sports a sweet, balsamic woodsy fragrance. It's like enjoying a delightful hike in a beautiful shaded area on a peaceful autumn afternoon.


Fast facts: types of Cedarwood Essential Oils

Cedarwood Essential Oils can come from many different types of cedarwood trees. Hence, their Essential Oils have different chemical compositions and benefits. Here’s a quick summary of the various types of Cedarwood Essential Oils we’ve in store.   

Types of Cedarwood Essential Oils


Botanical name

Common uses

Aromatic scent

Cedarwood Essential Oil (Texas)


Juniperus ashei


Sweet, balsamic, woodsy

Cedarwood Essential Oil (China)


Cupressus funebris


Smoky, woody, camphoraceous

Cedarwood Essential Oil (Himalayan)

May be used interchangeably with Cedarwood Atlas Essential Oil as the trees belong to the same family


Cedrus deodora

Strong, honey-like, woody

Cedarwood Essential Oil (Virginian)


Juniperus virginiana


fresh, smooth, woody and slightly sweet, less harsh than Chinese Cedarwood

Cedarwood Atlas Essential Oil
May be used interchangeably with Himalayan Cedarwood Essential Oil as the trees belong to the same family


Cedrus atlantica


Woody, sweet, smells slightly like mothballs

Orders will be processed and shipped within 1-3 business days of receipt. Delivery time may vary depending on destination of the order. Because we use ground service for our deliveries, orders shipped to the west coast may take several days.

With an unwavering commitment to offering the highest quality products, we firmly believe that quality assurance is of the utmost importance.

We spare no effort to maintain the quality and purity of our essential oils.

The certificate of analysis, specifications and material safety data sheets are available on request.

Essential oils should not be used by young children or by a pregnant person but under the care of a doctor. Refer to our policies for more details, and our disclaimer.

Essential oils should be used with caution. Their aromatic molecules are very powerful. Always observe dosage, precautions for use and consult a health care professional. The modes of use are varied.

Mixtures take you on a sensory journey that can soothe or stimulate you.

C of A - Certificate of Analysis

MSDS - Material Safety Data Sheet

GCMS - Gas Chromatography Mass Spectrometry Analysis

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Hilary Feindel (Brampton)

very nice


This oil is the same as the others but wish the price was lower would like to try and see what Texas is all about!