• Woody, earthy and "pencil-like" smell, the first essential oil to be extracted. Used by Egyptians for cosmetics/perfumes
• Calms anxiety
• Relieves itching & astringent for acne, oily skin, as well as for hair & dandruff
• Ease condition of respiratory, general tonic of mucus membranes
• Values in case of arthritis & rheumatism
Characteristic & Properties:
The Atlas Cedarwood tree is an evergreen tree which grows up to 131 feet in height; it is shaped like a pyramid, has oval cones and gray-green needles. The wood of the Atlas Cedarwood is very aromatic and it is from the wood that the essential oil is extracted and distilled. It is used for its antiseptic and astringent properties.
Cedarwood is frequently used in meditation and is capable of balancing the mind and relieving anxiety.
Cedarwood essential oil can be used as an alternative to the more expensive sandalwood essential oil.
A remedy for treating urinary tract and bronchial infections
Due to its fragrance was useful as an insect, ant and moth repellent
Multipurpose Liquid (1ml/1ml)
Massage: 4 drops to 10 ml carrier oil
Bath: 5 drops in full drawn bath.
Vaporiser: 9-10 drops in a bowl of vaporizer
Not to be taken.
Do not apply directly to skin
Keep out of reach of children
User Guide / Precautions:
Cedarwood essential oil should not be used in pregnancy or with young children, due to its toxicity. Cedarwood should be used with care.
Store below 30°C
100% Certified Organic Cedarwood Essential Oil.
Certified by ACO