Atlas Cedarwood essential oil is known for its many properties which make of it a major and unavoidable essential oil.
Diluted in a vegetable oil, Atlas Cedarwood essential oil constitutes a care on the pleasantly perfumed skin.
Atlas Cedarwood essential oil has been known since antiquity for its therapeutic virtues. The wood of the Cedar Tree is repellent of insect and pests: the Egyptians used this wood to preserve the mummies.
Atlas Cedarwood essential oil is mainly used by mixing it with a neutral oil to apply on the skin.
It is known to provide a solution to the problems of mycosis, fatty hair, overweight, cellulite, depression
Fluidifies mucus: fight against colds, clutter, bronchitis
Disinfects respiratory tract
Better regulate your rhythm:
Stimulates circulation and fights water retention
Antifungal (fungal care)
Promotes hair growth
Fights oily hair and dandruff
Sleep and Energy:
Stimulates immune defenses
Anticellulite, it helps to drain and destock fat
Examples of uses
Mix 4 drops of Atlas Cedarwood essential oil in 20ml of vegetable oil and massage the thighs and/or the belly
Other examples of uses:
Mix 5 drops in your dose of shampoo and wash the hair letting act a few minutes (to do only on hair with greasy tendency).
Mix 3 drops in vegetable oil and apply to areas with fungal infections.
Against the cold: 1 drop of essential oil on each wrist and to breathe peacefully, it can also fight stress, nervousness, depression
Routes of administration
Dermal: to be mixed in a vegetable oil
Dry Inhalation: Yes
Botanical Name: Cedrus atlantica
Part of plant: Wood
Extraction Method: Steam Distillation
Chemical composition: Beta-Himachalene, alpha-Himachalene, gamma-Himachalene
Origin: Atlas Mountains, Morocco
Color: Dark yellow
Storage: sheltered from light
Synergy with the following oils: Clementine, Eucalyptus, Lemon, Lavender, Orange, Pine, Clary sage, Geranium, Lavender