Legend: Cedar Trees have long been used in the Old Testament of the Bible to symbolise fertility, abundance and spiritual strength, as a result King Solomon’s temple was said to be built of cedarwood. Ancient Egyptians built ships and temples out of Cedarwood because it is fungus and insect repellent. Later for the same reason clothing wardrobes, chests and moth balls where made out of Cedarwood to discourage moths and silverfish from eating the clothing.
Heal your Body: When used for haircare, use a massage blend of Cedarwood to encourage hair growth in baldness and alopecia, dandruff, seborrhoea of the scalp and strengthening of the hair. Cedarwood Atlas is great for massages as it encourages lymphatic drainage and stimulating the breakdown of accumulated fats. It’s mild diuretic effect may really help with the treatment of cellulite and oedema. Cedarwood is also good for treating coughs and chronic bronchitis.
Botanical Name: Cedrus atlantica
Place of Origin: Morroco
Plant Part: Wood
Colour: Light Golden Yellow
Strength of Aroma: Medium-Strong
Aromatic Scent: Woody, sweet and balsamic.
Common Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled
Directions: There are many ways to use essential oils, such as burning them in an oil burner, but remember never apply neat to the skin unless it has been mixed with a carrier oil such as jojoba first. For more ways to use essential oils please visit our Methods of use section.
Warnings: Not for internal use. Avoid contact with eyes. Not to be used neat on the body. Always dilute. Adults Only. Keep out of reach of children. If symptoms persist consult your healthcare practitioner. Avoid: whilst pregnant; or if you have epilepsy; or if you have heart problems.
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