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Cedarwood Himalayan Absolute Oil  

[VRI/AB/06-012]

$ 29.91

Extraction Method - Steam Distillation

Certificate - GMP

Source - Wood

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Botanical Name:  Cedrus deodara Common name:  Himalayan Cedar Read More

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Botanical Name: 

Cedrus deodara

Common name: 

Himalayan Cedar

Plant family: 

Pinaceae

Genus: 

Cedrus

Appearance/Color:

A thin, golden yellow to orange or brown liquid.

Odor:

A middle note of strong aroma, cedarwood atlas oil has a woody, sweet, scent that is sharper than Virginian cedarwood, and slightly reminiscent of mothballs.

Blends With:

Rosewood, bergamot, cypress, cassia, jasmine, juniper, neroli, labdanum, frankincense, clary sage, vetive, rosemary, ylang-ylang.

Origin

Nepal

Source

Wood

Method of Extraction

Steam Distillation

 

Absolute oils are the essential oils which are highly concentrated and have high potency. These Concentrated absolute oils have high aromatic properties thus they are majorly preferred in cosmetics, perfumery, and aromatherapy. During the postproduction processes these oils are further concentrated to make their absolute.

Cedar trees in general have a long history of use for furniture and buildings as well as in various herbal remedies and aromatherapy preparations. According to the Old Testament, King Hiram of Tyre sent cedar wood from Lebanon to King Solomon for the construction of the Temple in Jerusalem. Cedar wood has also been used for centuries to line closets or make chests to protect clothing from moths. The fragrant wood was also used by Native Americans as well as the ancient Egyptians, Greeks, and Romans as an ingredient in incense blends.

 

There are several ‘cedarwood’ essential oils extracted from trees of the Cupressaceae family and traded in commerce, but these oils are not as commonly used in aromatherapy as the familiar ‘atlas’ and ‘virginian’ types. For example, Chinese cedarwood (Juniperus funebris), Texas cedarwood (Juniperus ashei) and Himalayan cedarwood (Cedrus deodara) are all used in the fragrance industry, but for various reasons they are not commonly used therapeutically.

Atlas Cedar plant is traditionally used to treat diseases like arteriosclerosis, water retention, lymphatic damage, etc in many parts of the world. In the United states, this plant is grown as ornamental plant and for landscaping purposes. In North Africa, it is used for production of essential oils (Cedarwood oil) and medicine. In Algeria and Morocco, the plants are left undisturbed as it prevents soil erosion and also used as medicine to treat skin and hair problems.

The antiseptic and fungicidal nature of Atlas Cedar it is effectively used against skin problems and hair problems. Essential oil derived from this plant is anti-spasmodic, insecticidal and sedative in nature and thus used to treat several diseases.

Atlas Cedar oil is used to treat acne, psoriasis and eczema. It is also used to smoothen skin. It is used to treat dandruff and prevents hair loss. The anti-bacterial nature is used against tuberculosis, bronchitis and gonorrhea. It also boosts respiratory system and can be used to treat cold and cough. It removes mucus from the respiratory tract and clears the system.

Atlas Cedar oil is also used to regulate menstruation and stimulates blood flow. The menstrual cramps can be relieved by this oil.

COMMON USAGE

·        Common cold.

·        Antiseptic and Antifungal

 

·        Use as an insect repellent.

Ingredients:

S. No

Key Constituents

Strength (%)

1

b-himachalene

8.0-13.0

2

a-himachalene

20.0-30.0

3

(E)-a-atlantone

4.2-7.4

4

g-himachalene

5.8-9.7

5

deodarone

4.2-6.7

6

(E)-g-atlantone

1.4-3.4

7

himachalol

1.7-3.7

8

Isocedranol

1.4-2.1

9

(Z)-a-atlantone

0.1-2.8

10

d-cadinene

0.4.2.6

11

1-epi-cubenol

2.1-2.5

12

(Z)-trans-a-bergamotol

0-2.05

13

cedranone

0.7-1.5

14

a-calacorene

0.4-1.6

15

b-himachalene oxide

0-1.6

16

g-curcumene

2.0-1.6

17

b-vetivene

0.3-1.4

18

Cadalene

0-1.8

19

a-dehydroar himachalene

0.6-1.23

 

TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION

Safety Summary

·        Hazardous No Data

·        Contraindications should be diluted before use as it might irritate the skin. It is not advisable to be used during pregnancy and breastfeeding. It should not be consumed orally.

Systemic Effects

·        Chronic toxicity: May cause allergic reactions on skin.

·        Inhalation: Inhalation of high concentrations of vapor may result in irritation of eyes, nose and throat, headache, nausea, and dizziness.

·        Skin contact: May cause skin irritation in some individuals.

·        Eye contact: Possible irritation should be prevented by wearing safety glasses.

·        Ingestion: Low order toxicity causing irritation of the stomach and intestines which results in nausea and vomiting

·        Repeated exposure: Repeated or prolonged contact may cause redness, irritation and scaling of skin (Dermatitis).

·        Aspiration toxicity includes severe acute effects such as chemical pneumonia, varying degrees of pulmonary injury or death following aspiration.

·        Aspiration Hazard: may be fatal if swallowed and enters airways (h304). Aspiration toxicity includes severe acute effects such as chemical pneumonia, varying degrees of pulmonary injury or death following aspiration

ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION

·        Toxic to aquatic organisms, may cause long-term adverse effects environment. Avoid any pollution of ground, surface or underground water.

·        Persistence and degradability Biodegradation is expected.

·        Bio-accumulative potential No Data available.

 

·        Mobility in soil Unknown 

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