Cedarwood Atlas

Cedarwood Atlas
Latin Name: Cedrus atlantica
Country of Origin: Morocco
Extraction Method: Steam Distilled
CAS: 8023-85-6
Flash Point: 106 C

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The part of the wood used is from either the wood and stumps - or from sawdust which grows abundantly in the Atlas Mountains. AKA "Moroccan" CedarWood is a pine. Its soothing action is good for meditation. Use in massage oil & bath. Widely used in perfumery for it's fixative effect and unique odor.

Caution: Best avoided during pregnancy.

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