Cedarwood Atlas pure essential oil
It has a masculine, woody, balsamic aroma with smoky undertones. With a subtle hint of spice. Calming and soothing. Therefore, a popular choice for men!
Native to the Atlas Mountains in Morocco and Algeria. Around since biblical times. It is a holy tree. For Muslims, this is the pure wood. And gets its name from ‘cedrus.’ This is a derivative of the Arabic word ‘kedron’, meaning ‘power.’ For Christian believers, it is a holy tree. According to the Scriptures, Arz el-Rab “cedar of God,” is the only tree planted by God’s hands.
Cedarwood Atlas pure essential oil has a history of use in medicines and cosmetics throughout the ages. It is a good oil for meditation and creating sacred space. And the fragrance is calming. Perfect for meditation. Or just in your diffuser at home while working or relaxing. Some customers say it is good for insomnia.
Its rich fragrance symbolises abundance, fertility, and spiritual strength.
Blending Suggestions for Cedarwood Atlas Pure Essential Oil
Use Cedarwood in blends to help stabilise and calm a restless mind or spirit. Has such remarkable grounding benefits. And a good oil to add to your “look after me” arsenal of self-care.
For example. combine two drops of Cedarwood with three drops of calming Lavender on a tissue or handkerchief. Breathe the fragrance deeply at least once a day. Or, try this blend:
- 50% Lavender Oil
- 20% Clary Sage Oil
- 10% Orange Oil
- 10% Patchouli Oil
- 5% Cedarwood Oil
- 5% Litsea Cubeba Oil
And there are other blends of Cedarwood Atlas Pure Essential Oil that you can find.
Botanical Name: Cedrus atlantica
Plant part used: Trunk and branches
Method of Extraction: Steam distilled
Colour: Yellow to amber
Perfumery Note: Base