Atlas Cedar Essential Oil
Benefits & How To Use
Atlas Cedar Cedrus atlantica (3080) (also known as Cedarwood)
Atlas Cedar has a very distinctive warm, woody aroma. Antiseptic and regenerative, it is used as a general tonic and circulatory support. This oil is popular in many massage blends as part of a de-tox programme, to relieve congestion and sore muscles, or to reduce cellulite. It eases stress and tension, gives courage and fortitude, especially when blended with Bergamot, Lavender, Orange and Ylang Ylang. It can be added to closet or drawer sachets to repel moths, or used to refresh cedar closet blocks.
This is a pure therapeutic-quality aromatherapy essential oil produced using wild-crafted plants and traditional methods from Morocco, and is obtained from the wood of the tree.
About Atlas Cedar
- Botanical Name: Cedrus atlantica
- Plant Family: Pinaceae
- Also Known As: Cedarwood
- Production: Distilled
- Cultivation: Wild-crafted
- Country of Origin: Morocco
- Part of Plant: Wood
- Fragrance Family: Pungent, Resinous, Woody
- Special Precautions: Do not use during pregnancy.
- Major Compounds: beta-, alpha- & gamma-Himachalene, trans-alpha-Atlantone, delta-Cadinene
- Item no: 3080
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