Cedar Leaf Oil

Updated: Apr 23 23
 Created: Apr 23 23

Branch of cedar foliage

The foliage of Eastern White Cedar is distilled to produce Cedar Leaf Oil.  It has been used for centuries for healing, insect control, and many other uses.  In modern times, it's also used for aromatherapy and as an air freshener.

Insect Repellent

For mosquitos, black flies, fleas, ticks and other biting insects, including bedbugs.
Safe for your pet, too.

For the Skin

Helps remove warts, skin tags and fungal growths. Relief for itchy poison ivy rash or insect bites.

Aches and Pains

Massage into the skin or use in a hot compress or steam bath to ease rheumatism, arthritis and achy muscles.

In the Air

Can be diffused for aromatherapy or to help manage odours, mold, mildew and bacteria in homes and office buildings.

Environment Friendly

Made from cedar hedge clippings or waste from forestry operations.

100% Natural

No added ingredients
For external use only.

Our Products

Updated: Jul 28 15
 Created: Jul 28 15

3 sizes of cedar leaf oil

Do-it-yourself Flea Control

Updated: Apr 23 23
 Created: Dec 11 15

Two little poodles

No need to use chemicals on your pup - you can make your own flea collar.  

Apply a few drops (or a brief spray) of Valley Cedarleaf Oil to a clean bandana and tie it around your dog's neck.  Refresh every couple of days.

You can also spray Valley Cedarleaf Oil on your pet's bedding to keep fleas away.

Valley Cedarleaf Oil

Updated: Apr 23 23
 Created: Jul 14 15

Foliage of the Eastern White Cedar

Valley Cedarleaf Oil has been producing cedar leaf oil since 1985 when our first distillation plant was set up just outside of Eganville, Ontario, Canada.  Our products are still made in Ontario from local cedar that would otherwise be wasted.