15 ml bottle of cedarwood essential oil
15 ml bottle of cedarwood essential oil
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Cedarwood Essential Oil

Cedrus atlantica is a subspecies of the Lebanon cedar, and was found originally in the Atlas mountains of North Africa, where it serves to create a natural habitat for a number of endangered species. Our cedarwood essential oil is steam-distilled from the wood of cedar grown in the USA.

Botanical Name: Cedrus atlantica
Country of Origin: USA
Extraction Method: Steam distillation
Plant Part: Wood
Aromatic Scent: Cedarwood Atlas Oil has a woody, sweet, sharper note than Virginian Cedarwood, slight aroma reminiscent of artificial mothballs, balsamic.
Blends Well With: Bergamot, Cypress, Copaiba, Cassia, Neroli, Jasmine, Rosemary, Ylang ylang
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Cedrus atlantica is a subspecies of the Lebanon cedar, and was found originally in the Atlas mountains of North Africa, where it serves to create a natural habitat for a number of endangered species. Our cedarwood essential oil is steam-distilled from the wood of cedar grown in the USA.

Botanical Name: Cedrus atlantica
Country of Origin: USA
Extraction Method: Steam distillation
Plant Part: Wood
Aromatic Scent: Cedarwood Atlas Oil has a woody, sweet, sharper note than Virginian Cedarwood, slight aroma reminiscent of artificial mothballs, balsamic.
Blends Well With: Bergamot, Cypress, Copaiba, Cassia, Neroli, Jasmine, Rosemary, Ylang ylang

Common Uses

Cedarwood essential oil is excellent for stress or to improve the appearance of dry or irritated skin. Diffuse or apply topically in a 2-10% dilution. Cedarwood can also be used to revitalize cedar chests that have lost their scent. Clean and dry exposed wood, then sand, brush, and buff the wood with cedarwood essential oil on a soft cloth for a beautiful finish and lasting scent.

Research

This Cedarwood originated in the Atlas Mountains in North Africa. In former times, linen chests were frequently crafted from this wood to keep moths out. To date, clothes hangers are frequently crafted from this wood. The ancient Egyptians already used this oil, namely to embalm, for cosmetics and perfumery.

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Certificates of Analysis – Cedarwood

Country of Origin – Cedarwood

Safety Data Sheet – Cedarwood

Process Flow Chart – Cedarwood

3rd Party Testing

GCMS – Cedarwood

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