Cedarwood Atlas e.o. – 30 ml
The Cedarwood Atlas e.o. (essential oil) has a dry scent. Despite this, it smells rich and woody.
The wood of this evergreen is hard. It is also strongly aromatic. It is due to a high percentage of oil it contains. The essential oil is obtained by steam distillation.
The Cedarwood Atlas e.o. was used by the Ancient Egyptians. They used it for embalming, cosmetics, and as a fragrance.
The oil was also used in the east. There, the essential oil was famed for its medicinal properties. It was used to help treat infections. It was also used as a preservative and as an incense.
There are many medicinal properties of the Cedarwood Atlas oil. These include:
- as an antiseptic.
- as an astringent.
- as a diuretic.
- as a fungicidal.
Many deem this oil to be perfect in fighting against infections.
The Cedarwood Atlas e.o. is also a great aid for skin-related ailments. It can aid in the treatment of:
- fungal infections.
The oil can also be used in aromatherapy. It can help in the relief of stress-related ailments. For instance, it can help relieve nervous tension and anxiety. It can also aid in curing depression.
The essential oil is also said to boost the body’s immune systems. It is due to its decongestant nature. It also has anti-infection properties. Its anti-inflammatory nature is also good for certain ailments. These include rheumatism and arthritis.
There are also other uses of the Cedarwood Atlas e.o. . It can also be used to purify the air. It can also help treat asthma, bronchitis, and coughs. Just add 2-3 drops of the ail in a steam inhalation.
Note: Although remedial, people with major health ailments like cancer, or epilepsy should avoid use. Non—toxic, non—irritant, possible sensitization in some individuals. Not to be used while pregnant.