Cedar, French Essential Oil
Living Libations French Cedar Essential Oil, also known as Atlas or Atlantic Cedar wood, is a rare, steam distillation from wild trees growing in France. French Cedar is a more refined fragrance than Moroccan Cedar Bark. Though they are both distillations from the same tree, French Cedar Essential Oil is a more precious distillation using only the finest pieces to distill. This brings a complexity and depth to the range of scents in this cedar bouquet. It has a deep, sustained effect rather than the sharper oils such as oregano as thyme. It has a calming centering influence and is beneficial to the skin.
Botanical Name: Cedrus atlantica
Botanical Family: Pinaceae
Extraction Method: Steam distilled
Part of Plant Distilled: Wood
Country of Origin: France
Cultivation Method: Organic
Composition: 100% Cedrus atlantica
Scent Description: An elegant, complex, and woody scent with a warm sweetness.
In Living Libations: Trees Please Cologne, Scared Sage Smudge
Blends well with: Blood Orange, Rose, Frankincense, Black Spruce, Balsam Fir, Bergamot, Sandalwood, Jasmine, White Fir, and Douglas Fir.
Uses: Majestic massage oil for centering, grounding and smoothing the appearance of skin tone. It is a hearty base note in colognes and ceremonial spritzes. Diffuse to harmonize the home and love the lungs.
May be added to blends and balms for calming and clearing. May also be used to anoint the crown and feet, or added to a spritzer or diffusor for a nice woody scent.
When one wants a woody scent to revitalize the senses, Cedar Bark Essential Oil is timely essence and fetching choice. Upon the skin, cedar essence has a stimulating and sustained effect rather than the sharper oils such as oregano and thyme. It also strengthens the spirit and smooths the appearance of the skin on the back of the legs and hips.
"What the lion is in the animal kingdom, the cedar is among trees...For many centuries, people came to pray and find comfort in the aura of these fragrant trees in the 'holy forest' on Lebanese Mountain slopes." Suzanne Fischer-Rizzi, Complete Aromatherapy Handbook
"Steadiness is the essence of cedarwood. It is the spirit of integrity, of stability,
of solidarity in all things." Valerie Ann Worwood, Aromatherapy for the Soul