Cedarwood (Atlas) Essential Oil – 15ml

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

$16.95

Cedarwood Atlas Oil is used by aromatherapists to assist with acne, arthritis, bronchitis, coughing, cystitis, dandruff, dermatitis, and stress. It is currently used in commercial soaps, cosmetics and perfumes, especially men’s colognes. Originating in the Atlas Mountains in North Africa, in former times, linen chests were frequently crafted from Cedar to keep moths out. The ancient Egyptians prized this oil, mostly for embalming purposes, but also for cosmetics and perfumery, and Solomon’s Temple was built with Cedar Wood. Today, closet liners and accessories are frequently crafted from Cedar Wood.

SKU: 609788034711 Category:

Description

Main Constituents:
g-Himalachene: 10%
b-Himalachene: 46%

Botanical Name: Cedrus atlantica

Plant Part: Wood

Extraction Method: Steam Distilled

Origin: Morocco

Description: Cedarwood is a pyramid-shaped majestic evergreen tree, which grows up to 131 ft. high. The wood itself is hard and strongly aromatic because of the high percentage of essential oil it contains, and the essential oil is obtained by steam distillation.

Color: Golden yellow to orange-brown liquid.

Consistency: Thin

Aromatic Scent: Cedarwood Atlas Oil has a woody, sweet, sharper note than Virginian Cedarwood, slight aroma reminiscent of artificial mothballs, balsamic.

Note: Middle

Strength of Aroma: Strong

Blends well with: Rosewood, Bergamot, Cypress, Cassia, Jasmine, Juniper, Neroli, Labdanum, Frankincense, Clary Sage, Vetiver, Rosemary, and Ylang Ylang.

Common Uses: Cedarwood Atlas Oil is used by aromatherapists to assist with acne, arthritis, bronchitis, coughing, cystitis, dandruff, dermatitis, and stress. It is currently used in commercial soaps, cosmetics and perfumes, especially men’s colognes.

History: Originating in the Atlas Mountains in North Africa, in former times, linen chests were frequently crafted from Cedar to keep moths out. The ancient Egyptians prized this oil, mostly for embalming purposes, but also for cosmetics and perfumery, and Solomon’s Temple was built with Cedar Wood. Today, closet liners and accessories are frequently crafted from Cedar Wood.

Cautions: Non-toxic, non-irritant. Avoid during pregnancy.

1 review for Cedarwood (Atlas) Essential Oil – 15ml

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Cedarwood Took The Lump Out!

    I am writing to share with you a testimony. A couple of months back I developed a lump on the back of my neck about the size of a marble. After having it for about 3 weeks I started to get concerned. Then one day my husband accidentally rolled over in his sleep and hit the lump on my neck with his heavy hand/arm. Apparently the lump burst.
    They next morning the entire right side of my head and neck were swollen. The lump was now more like a hard, flattened, quarter-sized jelly fish. I couldn’t turn my neck to the right. I debated all morning whether or not I should go o the ER. However, my daughter and grandchildren were visiting from out of state and we were on our way to a condo in St. Augustine, FL. I didn’t want to spend time away from them in a hospital. I called a friend, who called our chiropractor and I did some internet research. We determined it to be lymphatic in nature and I felt comfortable trying to treat it myself for a few days. Not much helped. I didn’t have my essential oils with me in St. Augustine. However, when I got home, I had dinner with some friends. They gave me Cedarwood Oil and I put it on the lump with no carrier oil. The next day it was down about 50%. Then it disappered in the next few days and has not returned. The reason my friend told me about it is because her child also had a lump on their leg, and the Cedarwood took it away. So, I now have 2 bottles of Cedarwood. The aroma is wonderful and I’ve learned since that it has so many great applications.

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