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Atlas Cedar (Cedrus atlantica) Pure Essential Oil

Atlas Cedar (Cedrus atlantica) Pure Essential Oil
Product Code : VRINEO0006008
Botanical Name Cedrus atlantica
Country of Origin Morocco
Solubility Insoluble in water
Specific Gravity 0.92500 - 0.94000 @ 25°C
Optical Rotation Not Applicable
Refrective Index 1.50600 - 1.51600 @ 20°C
PlantPart wood
Bland With Rose, frankincense, neroli, cedarwood, ylang ylang, orange, bergamot clove, lavender, rosewood, rosemary, juniper berry, clary sage, herb and floral scents, bergamot, citrus oils especially grapefruit.
CAS No 8000-27-9
Flash Point above 200°F
Extraction Method Steam Distilled


Atlas Cedar is a distinctive evergreen plant with silvery blue to bluish-green needles. Weeping blue atlas cedar, it can be used with Rose, frankincense, neroli, cedarwood, ylang ylang, orange and finds application in treating varied problems related to Bronchitis, Cellulite Reduction and others. It is also used as a constituent in the making of Insect Repellents.


The sacred Cedars of Lebanon and the Atlas Mountains became victim of their own popularity a long time ago. The decimation started in pre-Biblical times and still continues. At one time these grand forests of lofty Cedars must have been overwhelming in their awe-inspiring beauty. Lebanon and Atlas Cedars are large, regal trees that can live up to 2000 years. But despite their sacredness they were not protected: King Solomon ordered vast tracks to be cut down for the construction of his temple and palace and even long before his time, the Gilgamesh epic tells the story of another misguided adventurer, who abused the majestic trees for his own glory. Although he failed on account of the glory, he managed to decimate the wonderful forests. Subsequent grazing by farm animals have prevented the forest's recovery and today little of it remains in tact. A similar fate is in store for Atlas Cedar, which became the substitute for Lebanon Cedar and which at present is becoming threatened in its own habitat

Color & Aroma

Color : Yellowish to Orange with a very distinctive warm, woody aroma,

Aroma : It has a woody aroma with some camphoraceous smell.


a-himachalene (7.4-16.4%), ß-himachalene (23.4-40.4%), himachalene (5.1-8.6%) and (E)-a-atlantone (5.2-29.5%), terpenic hydrocabons, cedrol sequiterpenes.


It finds application in treating ailments like Acne, Bronchitis and Cellulite Reduction. Further, it is also used as a Insect Repellent.

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