Description of Cedarleaf Oil

Steam-distilled from the leaves and twigs of what is commonly known as “Eastern White Cedar,” an Arborvitae, Cedarleaf oil is mainly produced in the Canadian province of Quebec, as well as the extreme northeastern regions of the USA. Cedarleaf oil’s odor is fresh and sharp, with a camphoraceous nuance that is often compared to herbs such as sage and artemisia. Its dry down is woody and green, retaining a slightly sweet nuance that blends well alongside other minty or camphoraceous ingredients. In fragrance, cedarleaf oil is used for household products, including surface cleaners, aerosol sprays, and disinfectants. The oil is also used in some perfumes, most commonly added to floral, citrus, or herbal fragrance blends. It’s even found within some over-the-counter cold remedies.

Aroma & Flavor of Cedarleaf Oil

Sharp and camphoraceous, with a sweet herbaceous odor similar to pine needles and tansy herbs. Its woodsy coniferous profile blends very well with other herbal, citrus, and floral oils.

Botanical Name of Cedarleaf Oil

Thuja occidentalis l.

Appearance of Cedarleaf Oil

Pale Yellow Liquid







EXTRACTION method of Cedarleaf Oil

Steam Distillation

Principle Constituents of Cedarleaf Oil

Alpha Thujone

Refractive Index of Cedarleaf Oil

1.4560 - 1.4600 @ 20C

Specific Gravity of Cedarleaf Oil

0.9060 - 0.9160 @ 25C

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