White Camphor Essential oil is produced using crude camphor steam distilled to give resultant extracts namely white camphor, yellow camphor, brown camphor, and blue camphor, out of which white camphor is used for medicinal and aromatic purposes. Brown and yellow camphor have toxic substance safrole in them and should not be used.
Crude camphor is extracted from Cinnamomum camphora (Camphor tree’s wood) found natively in the forests of Taiwan and Japan. Camphor has medicinal properties and was used to treat cold, cough, vomiting, and diarrhea. It is also known to be a very good muscle relaxant, relieving muscle aches and pains, hence used in one of our must-have first aid blends called deep blue muscle relief.
Camphor oil is known for its strong scent, taste, and its ability to get absorbed in the skin with ease. Research has shown that rub made using camphor oil has been an all-round solution for night cough, relaxed sleep, and breathing wellness. It is also known to be a very good muscle relaxant, relieving muscle aches and pains, hence used in one of our must-have first aid blends called Deep Blue Muscle Relief.
|Country of Origin:||Japan|
|Botanical Name:||Cinnamomum camphora|
|Extraction Method:||Steam distillation|
|Parts of Plant used:||Wood|
|Odour:||Fresh, Intense, Woody & Sweet|
|Bottled in the UK|
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BENEFITS AND USES
Aids Digestion: It contains natural cooling properties and simply massaging the diluted essential oil on the frontal core, can soothe internal irritation, eliminate gas, and improve digestion.
Room freshener: With its cool and mild fragrance, Camphor oil also acts as a room freshener and perfect to use in aromatherapy.
Medicinal uses: Camphor oil is also used as a vapor rub to fight against cold and flu, like an inhaler to act as a facilitating agent in case of respiratory problems, boosts internal strength and immunity.
Local anesthetic: Camphor oil also acts as a local anesthetic with its properties to numb areas of bodies going through pain therefore ideal to used for muscle aches and cramps.
Aromatherapy and decongestion:: Simply adding 2-3 drops of Camphor Oil to a diffuser can effectively tackle congestion. To intensify the effectiveness, Ravensera, Eucalyptus, and Chamomile oils can also be added.
Baths: Adding 2-3 drops of oil to a bathtub filled with warm water can give a rejuvenating bathing experience with its invigorating essence. Sandalwood and Eucalyptus can be added for making new enhanced blends.
Tackling airborne bacteria: To clean indoor environment from pollutants and bacteria, Camphor and Pine oils can be added in a dark glass bottle and diffused to give a fresh experience.
Massage: If you have sore muscles after a long workout at the gym or just feel tired after a long day at work, use our Deep Blue Muscle Relief Blend that contains Camphor essential oil and say goodbye to muscle pain and cramps.
Camphor essential oil is primarily used only for external purposes and can have toxic effects if consumed internally.
Consulting a medical expert before the application is always advisable.
Not suitable for pregnant women with expert advice as it can secrete certain hormones that can affect the growth of children.
Persons suffering from asthma and respiratory problems, diabetes, and heart-related problems, cancer, and epilepsy are always required to take prior expert consultation.
Sometimes camphor oil can have adverse effects on the skin also if the skin type is not found compatible.
The information provided is general and should not be taken as medical advice. Neither Ecodrop essential oils nor associated business entities guarantee the accuracy of the information. Please consult your doctor, especially if being used during pregnancy, before using this product. You are also encouraged to test the product to ensure that it meets your needs, before using for mass production.