Siberian Cedar Resin (Pinus sibirica) Infusion-30mls.
A good friend of mine went on a trip to Alaska and brought me back some resin from this tree. I wanted to make sure it was not toxic nor had a problem putting on one's skin before I decided to make an herbal infusion with it.
This species officially grows in the high north country of Russia where the species was first discovered and described. This species is native to Siberia Russia but recently has been brought to the USA and Canada. The Siberian Cedar needs cold climates to grow (USDA Zones 1-6) and are widely grown in the Alaskan and Canadian forests.
Siberian cedar resin is an excellent remedy for the treatment of wounds, ulcers and boils, and burns.
Cedar resin helped the people living in Siberia which has such harsh weather helped to protect their skin from harm and to increase skin elasticity, smooth wrinkles, heal damages, and stop inflammation.
This infusion is very strong. I made it with fractionated Coconut Oil and infused it for 60 days. I suggest you put a few drops into a larger bottle and add more carrier oil.
For example: take a 10 ml bottle and put 1/4 of the cedar infusion and add more carrier oil to it (you can add FCO or Jojoba oil) till the top of the bottle.
A few drops can be added to an essential oil blend to complete the blend especially if using it for burns, boils, and ulcers.
To use it on one's face to smooth wrinkles you can mix it with my Boswellia carteri infusion or purchase Boswellia carteri essential oil and use it this way. If using essential oils you need to add more carrier oil because it is very strong.
Cedar is also good for varicose veins, to bring down some of the inflammation. You can put a drop on it and see if it helps.
I am selling it in 30 ml bottles because you are using this as an addition to a blend you make, or to add more carrier oil to dilute it.
Resins may irritate the skin so please handle with care.