Cedrol – Terpene Profile
Cedrol is a musky terpene that is present in Juniper and other essential conifer oils, as well as in some herbs. This terpene’s floral, woody aromas have made it a staple of hygiene and fragrance products, with both industries eager to capitalize on Cedrol’s lush forest perfume. Homeopathic medicine has long regarded Cedrol as an important healing compound thanks to its many demonstrated medicinal properties. In addition to serving as a sedative, Cedrols’ antispasmodic and astringent properties respectively relax muscles and sooth irritated skin. Like another conifer terpene, Thujopsene, Cedrol also has antiseptic, anti-fungal and anti-inflammatory qualities.
Anxiolytic Effect of Cedrol on Behavior and Brain Neurotransmitter Levels of Female Mice