The Atlas cedar is native to North Africa. In a distant past, he also lived in Europe in the natural state. It supports very well the cold and its port is more erect and slender as the cedar of Lebanon. Its needles are bluish, and its branches are ascending and shorter than those of the other cedars ; its bark is light gray and cracks in aging ; its cones are 6 cm long, with a small hollow in the center.
Tips & Tricks:
In the absence of Everlasting Italian to treat bruises and bumps, the Atlas Cedar can be replaced with a highly efficient, real but less spectacular : 3 drops HECT Atlas Cedar + 3 drops HV Calophyllum inophylle. Several applications in the hour following the trauma and then 4 applications per day until improvement is noticeable.
Massage a few drops diluted in a vegetable oil for local application.
Aerial distribution: ++
Inhalation aerosol: -
+++++ = highly recommended (!) use with caution
Strongly not recommended to patients with a diagnosis of cancer oestrogéno-dependent. ?Keep out of reach of young children. ?Unless authorized advice, do not use during pregnancy and lactation and in children under 3 years of age. ?Keep away from any source of heat and light. EXTERNAL USE