Steam-distilled from wood shavings and sawdust of Cedrus atlantica. Atlas Cedarwood has a sharper, cleaner scent than the other balsamic relatives. Cedarwood oil has antiseptic properties and is considered a calmative, and in some cases, an aphrodisiac.  It is also said to have profound positive effects on respiratory function. Many skin ailments have been treated throughout history with Cedarwood because it is astringent in nature. A plethora of other reported effects of Cedarwood Atlas include it being : antifungal, antiputrefactive, diuretic, expectorant, an insecticide, regenerative, sedative and a general tonic. As always, all our essential oils come to you pure and uncut, ready for your own natural remedies.

Cedarwood (Atlas) essential oil 15 mL

  • Always check for skin sensitivity in a small area before topical application. If sensitivity results, do not use. Pure essential oils are of very high potency. Less equals more and often require dilution with a carrier oil like olive, almond or jojoba. Essential oils should never be taken internally unless under the care of a qualified, naturopathic medical practitioner. Always keep away from pets, children, pregnant women and sensitive areas such as eyes and mucous membranes.