Country of Origin
Color & Odor
|:||Yellowish to Orange with a very distinctive warm, woody aroma.|
|:||Insoluble in water|
|:||0.910 - 0.945 @ 20°C|
|:||+34 - +54 @ 20°C|
|:||1.495 - 1.505 @ 20°C|
|:||Cedrol £-atlantone cedrene Himachalene|
Plant Part Used
Atlas Cedarwood Oil is obtained from weeping blue atlas cedar which is notable for its bluish green or blue needles with silver colored touch. The extracted oil is suitable to be used with other fragrant oils of rose, orange, ylang ylang, neroli and frankincense. It is used to treat cellulite problem, bronchitis and so on. This oil is also utilized as one of the prime ingredient of insect repellants.
The offered oil contains sequiterpenes, himachalene (5.1-8.6%), a-himachalene (7.4-16.4%), terpenic hydrocabons, cedrol, (E)-a-atlantone (5.2-29.5%) and ß-himachalene (23.4-40.4%).
Aromatic Summary / Note / Strength of Aroma:
Atlas cedar wood oil has distinctive sweet and woody aroma. Its middle note fragrance is more pungent than the aroma of Virginan cedar wood oil and it reminds the strong smell of mothballs.
Atlas Cedar wood Oil can be mixed with oils of citrus oils like grapefruit, bergamot clove, ylang ylang, neroli, rose, juniper berry, orange, frankincense, rosewood, herb and floral scents, lavender, bergamot, rosemary, cedar wood and clary sage.
This oil is also referred as Atlas cedar wood oil, cedar oil and Weeping blue atlas cedar oil
Atlas Cedarwood Oil is effective in curing bronchitis, acne and in reducing cellulite. It has high insect repelling properties.