The small + product :
- Practical format with its dropper system.
- Premium quality essential oil.
Part of the plant used:
alpha cedrene, beta caryophyllene
Method of extraction:
Hydrodistillation of wood (crushed trunk and roots)
Organic Atlas Cedar essential oil
A bit of culture:
The Atlas Cedar is a majestic tree 25 to 50 meters high from the Pinaceae family native to the Atlas (as its name suggests) mountain range in North Africa. It can live for hundreds of years.
It will appear in Europe in the 19th century.
The name cedar means "power" in Arabic.
Essential oil (EO) is obtained from the distillation of wood. It takes about 35kg of wood to obtain 1kg of essential oil.
It is mainly used in diffusion for meditation and promotes relaxation of body and mind where it is often used in addition to incense or other essential oils such as lemon or white grapefruit.< /p>
100% Atlas Cedar Essential Oil*
*From organic farming
- Smell: characteristic, woody, pleasant
- Appearance: slightly viscous liquid
- Colour: light yellow to orange-yellow
- Flash point: >100°C
- Density: 0.936
Possible ways of use:
Skin contact :
To be diluted at 20% in vegetable oil
Precautions for use:
Keep out of the reach of children. Do not use in pregnant and breastfeeding women. Do not use in children under 6 years old. Being neurotoxic, the EO of Cedar Atlas is strictly prohibited for ingestion. It cannot be used in people with epilepsy. Do not use in case of estrogen-dependent disease. Please note this essential oil is abortifacient.
This essential oil does not contain any allergens.
EO is irritating to the skin, so it must be diluted to 20% in vegetable oil for any skin application.
Keep essential oils in a dry, cool place, away from light. Make sure the bottle is always tightly closed.
- Biological origin
- Native country
- Type of closure
- Child Safety
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