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Organic Cedarwood Essential Oil

Organic Cedarwood Essential Oil is celebrated for its unique aroma, featuring woody and earthy notes with a subtle, sweet undertone. This versatile oil is free of chemical additives and synthetic fragrances. It is an excellent base for perfumery, imparting a long-lasting, grounding scent to body washes, lotions, and colognes. Beyond its aromatic appeal, it may offer anti-inflammatory benefits, making it a valuable addition to your skincare routine.
USDA Certified Organic Oil
This oil is certified organic by the United States Department of Agriculture, ensuring that it was grown, distilled, and packaged in a natural, planet-friendly process free from pesticides and other harmful chemicals.
100% Pure Essential Oil
Why Purity Matters Essential Oils are sourced from all over the world, and not every source is created equal. Some producers add dilutants, fillers, other oils, or even chemicals to their oils before they ship them out. Though all Wholesale Botanics oils are safe to use as directed, this 100% pure oil is the most natural version of Essential Oil possible, free of any additional substances.
Creates a grounded, focused, calm environment when diffused

Organic Cedarwood Essential Oil, with its warm and woody aroma, is a popular choice in aromatherapy for creating a grounding and calming atmosphere. Its soothing scent can enhance relaxation and promote a sense of well-being when diffused in living spaces or added to personal care products.

Cedrol and thujospene content cleanse and clarify skin and hair

Cedarwood Essential Oil, rich in cedrol and thujopsene, is a valuable addition to nearly any skincare and haircare routine. It can be blended into shampoos, conditioners, or carrier oils to support the scalp and hair, or added to skincare products for its clarifying properties. The warm, woody scent also enhances the overall sensory experience of personal care routines.

Wholesale Botanics essential oils are carefully distilled and evaluated to ensure aromatic and therapeutic potency.
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USDA Certified Organic

This oil is certified organic by the United States Department of Agriculture.

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Responsibly Sourced

We work with farms and producers in over 30 countries to support renewable harvest and grow practices.

100% Pure

Wholesale Botanics guarantees that this pure organic cedarwood essential oil is undiluted, unadulterated, and contains no additional ingredients beyond the oil itself.

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Oil Report

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Geographical & Botanical Breakdown of Organic Cedarwood Essential Oil

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Botanical Name
Cedrus atlantica
Essential Oil
CAS Number
Also Known As
  • Cedar Essential Oil
  • Atlas Cedarwood Oil
Grown In
  • Morocco
This essential oil is comprised only of natural plant material and contains no synthetics, fillers, or other harmful materials.
100% Organic Cedarwood Essential Oil

Oil Profile

Organic Cedarwood Oil’s potent practical effects are excellent for therapeutic use.
Extraction Method
Steam Distillation
Parts Used
Yellowish to brownish yellow liquid
Woodsy, warm, dry
Key Components
Cedrene, cedrol, thujopsene
Blends Well With
Cypress, frankincense, and vetiver essential oils
Mixes Well With
Marula, tamanu, or sweet almond carrier oils

Features & Benefits

Perfect as a base-note for DIY essential oil blends.

Earthy aroma may promote relaxation and grounding.

May calm minor irritation when diluted with a carrier oil and applied to the skin.

Organic Atlas Cedarwood Essential Oil is derived from the Cedrus atlantica tree, native to the North African Atlas Mountains, notably in Morocco. Its historical significance spans centuries, where the wood was used for sawing and charcoal production, while the precious oils were used in perfumery. This oil was also used in traditional medicine for its potential antifungal and antiviral properties.

Today, this oil has earned an important place in the fragrance industry, enriching perfumes, body sprays, and colognes with its deep and long-lasting woody aroma.