We export the Cedrus deodara and that is mostly used for applications. Cedrus deodara native to Western Himalayas, India, Southwestern Tibet, and Western Nepal.
It is widely found to grows in India such as the states are Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Sikkim and, Arunachal Pradesh, and the Darjeeling of West Bengal. Cedrus deodara is a member of the Pinaceae family.
Cedrus deodara mostly used in some applications such as cover soap perfumes, household sprays, floor polishes, and insecticide. And it is also used in a microscope work as a clearing oil.
This tree bark has large amounts of taxifolin, and wood has cedeodarin, ampelopsin, cedrin, CED inside, and deodarin.
It helps to avoid worm infestation, treats skin diseases, caught and cold, urinary tract disorders, diabetes, cure neurological conditions, and relieve pain, swelling, and inflammation problems.