English name: Atlas Cedar-wood essential oil
Scientific name of the plant: Cedrus atlantica
The family of the plant: Pinaceae
Description: It is obtained from needle leaves, bark and cones by steam distillation method.
Color: Light golden yellow
Fragrance level: Medium-strong
Consistency: Medium to oily
Composition: Terpenic hydrocarbons, sesquiter-terpenes and small amounts of cedrol
Habitat: Algeria, Morocco
Compatible oils: With all essential oils; especially rose, lavender, neroli and bergamot
EFFECTS, APPLICATIONS AND USAGE
- 1 kg of essential oil is obtained by steam distillation from 30 kg of cedar.
- Physically, it has antiseptic, antiseboeric and moderate vasoconstrictor properties. It strengthens the defense system.
- It is preferred in the treatment of acne and acne.
- It is effective on the urinary system and is preferred in the treatment of cystitis.
- It is used in vaginal infections and discharges.
- Emotionally, it is effective in relieving fear, obsession, distress and sadness.
- Expectorant, cough suppressant, relieves chest infections.
- It has anti-itching properties.
- In scalp problems; It is effective in eczema, dandruff and hair breakage.
- It can be used with skin tightening products.
- It helps in removing fleas, ticks and moths.
- It is used in cologne and aftershave lotions.
- Before use, it should be applied to a small spot of the skin and applied to the skin if no reaction occurs.
- It should not come into contact with the eyes. In case of contact, the eyes should be washed with plenty of water.
- It should not be used during pregnancy and lactation.
- It should be kept out of reach of children.
- Consult your veterinarian before using on cats, dogs or other animals.
It should be stored in tightly closed non-plastic containers, in a cool environment protected from heat, light and moisture.