Botanical Name: Cedrus atlantica Botanical Family: Pinaceae Olfactive Family: Woody Country of Origin:North Africa Source:Waste wood Odour: Sweet, tenacious and woody with various floral hints Colour:Yellowish orange or amber Crop: March to November Process: Steam distillation
General Description: Thought to be the nearest cedar tree to the fabled Lebanon Cedar which is now a protected species. In fact there are more Lebanon cedars in Britain than in Lebanon. The country was once covered with cedars but they were almost totally destroyed when Solomon built most of his temples and palaces with timber. The oil is beautiful and widely used in perfumery
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All Essential Oils and Absolutes are independently tested. All Oils have a ‘best before date’. All Essential Oils and Absolutes are supplied in Child resistant closures. All enquires should be sent to the company’s research department.
Safety Notes: Essential oils are very powerful plant extracts and should always be treated with care. Always kep out of reach of children and only store in bottles with dropper inserts. They should not be ingested and should always be diluted in a suitable carrier oil before being used on the skin.
Allergens: See EFFA Sheet for Allergens) All ways do a patch test.