Atlas Cedar 100% Essential Oil

Atlas Cedar 100% Essential Oil
Atlas Cedar 100% Essential Oil Atlas Cedar 100% Essential Oil Atlas Cedar 100% Essential Oil
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Atlas Cedar - Cedrus atlántica

Atlas Cedar, also known as Atlas Cedarwood or Moroccan Cedarwood, is a large, aromatic tree that has been revered for millennia. It has been used as a medicine, a cosmetic agent and is considered to be one of the earliest incense materials. It is a great addition to skincare products to help treat acne conditions and dermatitis, and in hair care to help alleviate dandruff. Atlas Cedar essential oil is generally used in Aromatherapy. It is effective in lowering stress levels and reducing any pressure from nervous tension. It also acts as an aphrodisiac and combats negativity. ts aroma is masculine and appealing to men. Inhaled, it helps support the respiratory system and calms stress. Atlas cedar wood essential oil is extensively used in the treatment of whooping coughs, bronchitis, arthritis, cystitis etc. 

Uses

Use in a water-based diffuser to help with lowering stress levels and reducing any pressure from nervous tension. It also acts as an aphrodisiac and combats negativity. Used in the treatment of whooping coughs, bronchitis, arthritis, cystitis etc. Diluted to 1% or less in a carrier oil it can be useful for acne conditions and dermatitis. Blended into a shampoo or conditioner it can help in hair care to help alleviate dandruff. 

Origin

  Morocco

CAS

 

Note

Base

Folk Names

 

Plant Part

Sawdust and stumps of the trees

Extraction Method

steam distillation of sawdust and tree stumps

Folk Powers

 

Aromatic Scent

woody and sweet aroma

Blends Well With

Bergamot,  Clary Sage,  Cypress,  Frankincense, Jasmine,  Juniper, Labdanum, Lavender,  Neroli,  Patchouli,  Rosemary, Sandalwood, Vetiver, Ylang Ylang

Emotions

Good calming and grounding oil,  combats negativity and is useful in meditation blends

Contraindications

GRAS (Generally Regarded as Safe). However, this oil should not be used during pregnancy. Do not use with high blood pressure or heart problems. May irritate sensitive skin.

Active Ingredients

ß-Himachalene, a-Himachalene, (E)-a-Atlantone, y-Himachalene, Deodarone, (E)-y-Atlantone, Himachalol, Isocedranol, (Z)-a-Atlantone, d-Cadinene, 1-epi-Cubenol, (Z)-trans-a-Bergamotol, Cedranone, Dehydro-ar-himachalene, a-Calacorene, ß-Himachalene oxide, y-Curcumene, ß-Vetivenene, Cadalene, a-Oxydohimachalene

Properties
Emotional Properties Good calming and grounding oil, combats negativity and is useful in meditation blends
Shared
Botanic Name Cedrus atlantica
Contraindications Non toxic. However, this oil should not be used during pregnancy. Do not use with high blood pressure or heart problems. May irritate sensitive skin.
Plant Part Sawdust and stumps of the trees
Extraction Method By steam distillation of sawdust and stumps of the tree
Description Atlas Cedar, also known as Atlas Cedarwood or Moroccan Cedarwood, is a large, aromatic tree that has been revered for millennia. It has been used as a medicine, a cosmetic agent and is considered to be one of the earliest incense materials. It is a great addition to skincare products to help treat acne conditions and dermatitis, and in hair care to help alleviate dandruff. Atlas Cedar essential oil is generally used in Aromatherapy. It is effective in lowering stress levels and reducing any pressure from nervous tension. It also acts as an aphrodisiac and combats negativity Atlas cedar wood essential oil is extensively used in the treatment of whooping coughs, bronchitis, arthritis, cystitis etc. Its aroma is masculine and appealing to men, and is said to be an aphrodisiac. Inhaled, it helps support the respiratory system and calms stress.
Uses Use in a water based diffuser to help with lowering stress levels and reducing any pressure from nervous tension. It also acts as an aphrodisiac and combats negativity. Used in the treatment of whooping coughs, bronchitis, arthritis, cystitis etc. Diluted to 1% or less in a carrier oil it can be useful for acne conditions and dermatitis. Blended into a shampoo or conditioner it can help in hair care to help alleviate dandruff.
Consistency Medium
Aromatic Scent woody and sweet aroma
Active Ingredients • ß-Himachalene, a-Himachalene, (E)-a-Atlantone, y-Himachalene, Deodarone, (E)-y-Atlantone, Himachalol, Isocedranol, (Z)-a-Atlantone, d-Cadinene, 1-epi-Cubenol, (Z)-trans-a-Bergamotol, Cedranone, Dehydro-ar-himachalene, a-Calacorene, ß-Himachalene oxide, y-Curcumene, ß-Vetivenene, Cadalene, a-Oxydohimachalene
Cautions Essential oils can be powerful so to avoid all risks do not use during pregnancy. Keep away from clothing or articles which may be affected by oil based products. Use sparingly and no more than 4 times per day. The information provided in these areas are for educational purposes only. Do not consider this information to be accurate or complete. We do not offer this information to diagnose or cure any disease or ailment, and it does not constitute medical advice of any kind.
Essential Oils
Origin Morocco
Note Base
Strength of Aroma Strong
Blends Well With Bergamot, Clary Sage, Cypress, Frankincense, Jasmine, Juniper, Labdanum, Lavender, Neroli, Patchouli, Rosemary, Sandalwood, Vetiver, Ylang Ylang

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