Cedarwood Essential Oil Atlas
The scent of Cedarwood Atlas can be described as being warm, sweet, and tenacious, with a balsam
ic aroma. The Oil is a yellowish to orange-yellow or deep amber-colored. It is steam distilled from the wood, stumps, wood chips or sawdust of the tree.
The Aromatherapy Place offers a variety of Cedarwood essential oil
s to suit your preference. Cedarwood Atlas is different from Cedarwood Virginian, chemically and from the standpoint of its scent. The tree C. atlantica is a pine, not a cypress such as the Virginian cedarwood. However, Atlas Cedarwood is related to Cedarwood Himalyan, which grows at high altitudes in the Himalyan Mountains. Over time, treat yourself to a special sensual experience by trying and comparing the qualities of all our Cedarwoods:
There are slight variations in odor, color, and the levels of constituents within each oil. However, the oils are similar and can be used in place of one another.Why Auroma 100% pure and natural, therapeutic grade Cedarwood Atlas essential oil from The Aromatherapy Place:
Some dishonest Companies combine botanical species to create a cheaper version of an essential oil
. As an example, the most common Lavender type comes from Lavadula angustifolia. There is also a cheaper version which comes from Lavandula X inTerm
edia. The two oils are combined, unbeknownst to you, resulting in a cheaper version of Lavender. Auroma guarantees the botanical species origin for each essential oil
through testing and analysis, and states it on their product label – so quality and origin are always assured.Please note:
Some essential oil
s, such as Aniseed, Cedarwood and Peppermint Arvensis will solidify in the cold. This is normal, they will melt and dissolve if gently warmed. At The Aromatherapy Place we immerse the whole sealed container in warm water.
Safety information for Cedarwood Essential Oil Atlas
Please visit our General Essential Oil Safety Information
page for important safety guidelines on using essential oils.Specific Safety Information:
Cedarwood essential oil
is non-toxic, very mildly irritating to the skin, & non-sensitising. See essential oil
Safety by Robert Tisserand and Tony Balacs, published by Churchill Livingstone in 1995 page 204.