|Botanical Name||Cedrus atlantica|
|Common Names||Cedar, Atlas cedarwood|
|Country of Origin||Australia|
|Color & Odor||Golden yellow to orange-brown liquid wit hmothballs, balsamic odor|
|Extraction Method||Steam distillation|
|Flash Point||215.00 °F|
|Solubility||Soluble in alcohol & oil, insoluble in water|
|Specific Gravity||0.92500 - 0.94000 @ 25.00 °C|
|Refractive Index||1.50600 - 1.51600 @ 20.00 °C|
|Blends With||It mixes well with Rosemary, Chamomile, Eucalyptus and Citrus Oils.|
|Constituents||It consists of terpenic hydrocabons, cedrol, sequiterpenes|
|Certifications||Indian Certified Organic (ICO) and Department of Agriculture.|
Preferred Buyer From
|Location||All Countries Except India|
Benefits & uses : The cedarwood oil can be used as massage oil or a vaporizer to relieve nervous tension, stress and mild anxiety. Also used as an inhalation, it helps to relieve from the symptoms of catarrh and temporary relief from coughs due to bronchial congestion. The woody scent of Atlas cedarwood is also known for its soothing, restful and harmonizing effect.
Description : Extracted from the atlas cedarwood, it is a yellowish to orange viscous oil with a slightly camphoraceous, sweet and tenacious woody aroma with a balsamic undertone. It is known for its tranquilizing and soothing effects and aids in restoring & revitalizing the energy that is lost after having a hectic schedule, thereby completely invigorating the body. Its seeds are organically cultivated and are “Indian Organic Certified”.