What is a cedar?

The "cedar" is the name that French regions use to designate the Thuya Occidentalis, from the north-east of North America. Cedar is a Cupressaceae conifer family with scale-like dark green leaves and cracked trunk from top to bottom. It is used to make two types of essential oils: cedar leaves oil, which is particularly sought in perfumery and pharmaceutical, and cedar wood which is mainly used to revive closets and cedar chests.

In addition, it is important to know the difference between a cedar and a juniper since we only recycle cedar.

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