Cedar Oil

Products & Informations

Cedar oil, also known as cedarwood oil, is an essential oil derived from the foliage, and sometimes the wood and roots, of various types of conifers, most in the pine or cypress botanical families.

Cedar oil has many uses in medicine, art, industry and perfumery, and while the characteristics of oils derived from various species may themselves vary, all have some degree of bactericidal and pesticidal effects.


  • uses in medicine
  • uses in art industry
  • uses in perfumery



  • combustible materials should be stored away from extreme heat and away from strong oxidizing agents
  • ground all equipment containing material
  • keep container dry
  • keep container tightly closed
  • keep in a cool place
  • keep in a cool, well-ventilated place
GHS Hazard Statements
H-Code H304/410
P-Code P273
Response P301+P310 P331 P391
Storage P405
Disposal P501

UN Number: UN 1993 3/PG 3 | S-phrases: S26;S36;S24/25 | R-phrases: R22;R38


The above information is believed to be accurate and presents the best explanation currently available to us. We assume no liability resulting from above content. The technical standards are formulated and revised by customers’ requirement and us, if there are any changes, the latest specification will be executed and confirmed in the contract.


Appearance Light yellow liquid
Odor Woody, cedarwood
Refractive Index, @ n20/D 1.495 to 1.510
Relative Density, @ d20/20 0.938 to 0.953
Optical Rotation, @20°C, ° -25 to -60
Solubility, @15.5°C Solubel in 10 to 20 volumes of 90% alcohol
α-Cedrene, GLC, % 17 to 30
β-Cedrene, GLC, % 4 to 11
Thujopsene, GLC, % 20 to 40
Cedrol, GLC, % 10 to 20