CedarWood Atlas Essential Oil

  • CEDARWOOD ATLAS, 'Steadfast and powerful'. A woody, sweet, slightly balsamic and camphorous, warm and soothing scent. Improves over time.

    Latin Name Cedrus atlantica
    Family Pinaceae
    Farming Method Certified Organic
    Extraction Method Steam distillation
    Plant Part


    Country of Origin Morocco
  • Used To

    CLEAR the air around you and the air throughout the respiratory system

    EASE coughs associated with cold/flu and bronchitis

    INDUCE relaxation and restful sleep

    ENCOURAGE healthy circulation and feelings of romance-used for centuries as an aphrodisiac

    DETER insects from pestering, including mosquitoes and head lice

    BALANCE oily hair and skin

    TREAT dandruff and eczema, urinary tract infections and fungal infections such as athlete's foot

    REDUCE inflammation in cases of, acne, arthritis and rheumatism; congestion, cystitis and PMS, as well as stress and anxiety

    Some Methods of Use include:

    Diffuse/Vaporize:2-4 drops in 100 ml (3-4 oz) water in your diffuser or in a pot of boiled water once removed from heat

    Steam inhalation: add 1 drop each of Cedarwood Atlas, Eucalyptus radiata and Lemon essential oils to a pot of hot water once removed from heat and with closed eyes, inhale the steam for 1-2 min. Cover your head and the pot together to contain the steam for a more intense inhalation.

    Add 1 drop Cedarwood and 2 drops Lavender to a make up remover pad, the round cotton disc type, and slip into your pillow case to help clear breathing and for a restful sleep.

    Add 2 drops Cedarwood, 1 drop Pine and 2 drop Sweet Orange essential oils to a cotton ball and pop into your vacuum bag for a lovely scent when cleaning your home.

    Hot compress: fill a bowl with hot tap water and add up to 4-5 drops in total of Cedarwood atlas and Fennel or Eucalyptus radiata. Lay a facecloth on the water then remove and squeeze out excess water from the cloth and apply to joints affected by rheumatism or arthritis. Allow the cloth to cool to body temperature and repeat. If skin is sensitive, first apply carrier oil to the area.

    Sitz bath: to help ease symptoms of cystitis: Add 5 drops Cedarwood 3 drops Juniper, 2 drops Bergamot 5 drops Frankincense and 5 drops Lavender to 4 C sea salts and mix well. Store in an air tight container, (glass jar with a tight fitting lid), in a cool, dark place such as a closet for at least 24 hrs. Mix again every time before use. Use 1/2 cup of the salts in a hip deep bath. Repeat as necessary. Be sure to seek medical attention as this is not a cure for cystitis.

    Add 2 drops to 1 teaspoon of unscented shampoo or hair conditioner to balance oily hair or to deter lice

    Topical application: dilute to 2% for full body massage-add up to 6 drops to 1 tablespoon, (15 mls) carrier oil  either with Cedarwood on its own or 3 drops cedar and 1 drop rose and 2 drops neroli  for a massage to enhance a romantic evening or encourage deep relaxation

    Blends well with

    Citrus essential oils such as Bergamot and Tangerine, Evergreens such as Pine and Cypress, Juniper Berry, Sandalwood, Rose, Clary Sage, Frankincense, Lavender, Rosemary, Jasmine and Vetiver

    Fragrance note



    Alantone, carophylene, cedrol, cadinene

    Safety Information:

    Avoid during pregnancy. May irritate sensitive skin, use in low dilution.

    Please read our 'How to Use' page for important information before using Essential Oils and for more detailed instructions.

  • CEDARWOOD ATLAS, 'Steadfast and powerful'. A woody, sweet, slightly balsamic and camphorous, warm and soothing scent. Improves over time

    100% PURE CEDARWOOD ESSENTIAL OIL, The strong, fresh scent of cedar trees has inspired travelers and adventurers for untold centuries, but only in modern times did we come to understand that cedar has a host of physical and mental benefits as well. Cedarwood essential oil, which allows us to unlock the hidden goodness of cedars, has been shown to confer all of the following health advantages:


    1. Cedarwood oil helps to combat eczema. Cedarwood essential oil (which is derived from the cedrus atlantica genus of cedar) is excellent for treating skin conditions. Unlike the harsh steroid and coal tar creams used in conventional medicine, cedarwood oil does not damage the skin or contain harmful toxins. It does, however, work powerfully to fight the redness, itching, and cracking of the skin that’s associated with chronic eczema. Cedarwood oil can be added to your bathwater (this also provides the benefits of aromatherapy—more on those below), mixed into lotions or soaps, or applied directly to the skin.


    2. Cedarwood essential oil promotes clarity of mind.Cedarwood earned a place in the Bible for its ability to inspire wisdom. Blends of essential oils containing cedarwood relieve tension, clear the mind, and promote insight. Even the popular natural health expert Dr. Axe has warm praise for cedarwood oil, noting that it’s “Known to bring people together and improve personal outlook and self-esteem. This may seem strange, but the soothing power of cedarwood oil has the ability to change a person’s perspective,” says Dr. Axe. “Inhaling cedarwood oil, vaporizing it or adding it to a body spray can have long-lasting therapeutic effects,” he adds.


    3. Cedarwood oil is an excellent topical antiseptic.Apply cedarwood oil directly to cuts and burns to clean away bacteria, promote healing, and prevent infection. (Note that this works best when the cedarwood oil is combined with a base oil, like coconut oil, which helps to slow absorption and create a protective barrier over the wound.) Cedarwood oil can also be used to treat existing fungal infections.


    4. Cedarwood oil reduces arthritis symptoms.One of the most powerful benefits of cedarwood oil is its unique ability to bring relief to arthritis sufferers. Cedarwood essential oil, when inhaled or applied directly to the skin, calms inflammation in the joints and tissues, leading to a reduction in pain and stiffness. For an added boost, mix 5-10 drops of cedarwood oil in a warm bath—the hot water will magnify the relaxing effects of cedarwood oil.


    5. Cedarwood oil is a potent anti-spasmodic.What do restless leg syndrome, respiratory seizures, and asthma have in common? They’re all spasmodic conditions—and they can all be minimized through the inhalation of cedarwood essential oil. Reducing spasmodic attacks helps prevent damage to the respiratory system, muscles, intestines, heart and nerves.


    Note that cedarwood essential oil should only be used as a topical agent or inhaled—it should never be consumed. Cedarwood oil is incredibly potent, so if it’s taken internally, it will cause nausea, vomiting, and discomfort. Stick to using cedarwood as an aromatherapy oil or skin balm to reap its many amazing rewards.


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