Camphor Oil

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TAG: TREATS COLD & COUGH, TREATS DULL SKIN, PAIN RELIEF, MOOD UPLIFTING, ANTI-INFLAMMATORY, INSECT REPELLENT, ANTI-CANCER, ANTI-SEPTIC.

A tall, handsome, evergreen tree, up to 30 metres high, not unlike the linden. It has many branches bearing clusters of small white flowers followed by red berries. It produces a white crystalline substance, the crude camphor, from the wood of mature trees over fifty years old.

While its aroma is strikingly similar to that of eucalyptus, this essential oil does not cutthrough the drowsiness. Instead, it does the exact opposite, inducing a deep sense ofcalm and an overwhelming desire to hit the sacks.

Many experts suggest that due to its analgesic properties, the ability of this oil to alleviatepain is second to none. But, what is truly extraordinary is its power to reach the deepestrecesses of the human mind and brain.

Add to this the anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties of this oil, and it is easy to understand why it often gets used in pain balms aswell as congestion-relief blends. Did you know that it is one of the main active ingredientsin L’orpur pain relief blend.

CAMPHOR-Camphora officinarum, Cinnamomum camphora Insect repellant, used for fevers, hysterical

complaints, ,rheumatic pains and gout. Used externally as a wash of liniment for bruises, sprains, strains,

pains, for nervousness, toothache, headache. Used as an antiseptic, and in cold treatments.

Analgesic, antidepressant, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, antispasmodic, antiviral, carminative,

diuretic, rubefacient, stimulant (adrenal glands), tonic

Borneol camphor should only be used in small amounts since it can cause an

overstimulation of the adrenal glands. Exercise caution when using this essential oil.Camphor exhibits a number of biological properties such as insecticidal, antimicrobial, antiviral, anticoccidial, anti-nociceptive, anticancer and antitussive activities, in addition to its use as a skin penetration enhancer.

Analgesic, antidepressant, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, antispasmodic, antiviral, carminative, diuretic, rubefacient, stimulant (adrenal glands), tonic

Vapors open the sinus and breathing passages

Mood uplifting

Adrenal stimulant

AROMATHERAPY/HOME USE White camphor may be used with care for: Skin care: Acne, inflammation, oily conditions, spots; also for insect prevention

(flies, moths, etc). Circulation Muscles And Joints: Arthritis, muscular aches and pains, rheumatism, sprains, etc.

Respiratory System: Bronchitis, chills, coughs.

Immune System: Colds, fever, ’flu, infectious disease.

OTHER USES: White and brown camphor are used as the starting material for the isolation of many perfumery chemicals, for example safrol and cineol. White camphor is used as a solvent in the paint and lacquer industry, and for the production of celluloid. Fractions of white oil are used as fragrance and masking agents in detergents, soaps, disinfectants and household products.

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