The majority of essential oil-based literature published in, or prior to 2013 include a profile on Atlas cedarwood (Cedrus atlantica G. Manetti) essential oil. The conservation status of Atlas cedar (C. atlantica) is never noted in these profiles, because there was no conservation status for this species until 1998, when it was then categorized as a species of Least Concern,
What is a Drop
When making an aromatherapy blend, most aromatherapists rely on the “drop” system. That is that there are 20 – 25 drops per ml. Although this is an “approved” method, it really isn’t accurate. There are many variables when determining how many drops there are per ml. This includes the viscosity of the essential oil and the size
Written by Dr. Kelly Ablard and copied with her permission.
Report Date: October 1, 2017
Rosewood (Aniba rosaeodora Ducke), also known as Cara-cara, Pau rosa, Bois de rose, Palo rosa, and Palo de rosa, is a tree found in Brazil (Amapá, Amazonas, Pará), Colombia, Ecuador, French Guiana, Guyana, Suriname, Venezuela, and Peru (Figure 1). It can reach a height of