Atlas Cedar – Cedrus atlántica
Sawdust and stumps of the trees
steam distillation of sawdust and tree stumps
woody and sweet aroma
Blends Well With
- Clary Sage
- Ylang Ylang
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. Helps with cardio-vascular system issues and lymphatic drainage. 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.
- 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.
Good calming and grounding oil, combats negativity and is useful in meditation blends
This oil is suitable for diffusion but may cause skin sensitivity.
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