Definitions for "cedarwood"
Keywords:  juniper, vetiver, clary, ylang, neroli
An uplifting oil, antiseptic and astringent. The scent is sweet, smoky and woody, blending well with cypress, juniper, neroli, clary sage, vetiver, rosemary and ylang ylang.
An element in the bouquet of Cabernet Sauvignon or wines blended with it and have been aged in oak..
Oil obtained from the juniper cedar tree, which is native to Texas. An excellent fixative, it has a distinct wood tone.
Used as an expectorant to help clear the breathing passages of mucus. Repels insects.
useful in treating acne, dandruff, eczema, greasy hair, psoriasis, and acts as an insect repellent (found in these soaps: Gardener's Friend, Shampoo Bar)
Keywords:  osmanthus
The type of wood traditionally used to make cigar boxes and humidors. As cedarwood is becoming increasingly expensive and rare, more and more cigar boxes are being made with different types of mahogany. Young cedarwood has a tendency to seep sap or resin, which can ruin unprotected cigars.
The durable aromatic wood of any of numerous cedar and cedarlike trees; especially the wood of the red cedar, often used for cedar chests.
Aromatic agent
Keywords:  cigarbox, aroma, fine, wines, red
Aroma component often found in fine red wines (see also cigarbox).