Cedarwood Atlas has been traditionally used in cedar chests and closets to deter moths. Many of us have a special mom or grandmother that passed down the cedar chest she received as a wedding gift.
I just love opening my mom’s cedar chest and smelling its wonderful aroma all these years later. Cedarwood Atlas essential oil is clear to yellow in color with a strongly aromatic scent that is both dry and slightly sweet, woody and with hints of both balsamic and spicy.
In blends, Cedarwood Atlas is considered to be a middle/base note.
|Botanical Name:||Cedrus atlantica|
|Country of Origin:||Morocco
|Extraction Method:||Steam Distilled|
|Strength of Aroma:||Strong|
|Aromatic Scent:||Dry woody aroma, slightly smoky, balsamic, and very subtle with a hint of spice|
|Blends Well With:||Bergamot, Clary Sage, Cypress, Frankincense Carteri, Jasmine Absolute, Juniper Berry, Neroli, Pine Scots, Rosemary 1,8-Cineole, Vetiver and Ylang Ylang Complete.|
HOW TO USE:
Cedarwood Atlas can be used as part of an insect blend along with Citronella, Lemon Eucalyptus, and Catnip Essential Oils. Cedarwood Atlas can help support healthy respiratory function; diffuse equal amounts of cedarwood and pine oils together to make a soothing aroma which can help with respiratory problems associated with pollen.
It can also be mixed with a carrier oil and rubbed on the upper chest to help ease congested breathing.
Also, to promote a healthy, flake-free scalp, add a few drops of Cedarwood Atlas to your favorite shampoo. Men especially love Cedarwood Atlas oil because of the crisp, masculine scent it gives to aftershave and other personal care products.
For topical application dilute to 1% for the face and 2-5% for body.
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