Brown camphor oil is one of the most demanded oil all across the world as it can be utilized for curing several ailments. It is slightly cool to touch, has penetrating odor and is intense. When topically applied, it numbs the skin and is absorbed by the skin. It is deemed to have numbing qualities, which is one of the most required characteristic of any pain reliever.
The resource of brown camphor oil is the tree that can grow up approximately 35 feet and this tree is native to China, Taiwan and Japan. It takes around fifty years before a camphor tree produces oil for extraction and hence, it is pricy. It is abundantly present in every corner of the tree. Once, it was used as remedy against the plague in Persia. In Iran, it is employed for embalming purposes.
Most of the brown camphor oil manufacturers have capitalized its cultivation worldwide as it is an invaluable remedy. The camphor is also known as Cinnamomum camphora and belongs to the Lauraceae family. It is also known as true camphor or gum camphor. This oil has a variety of therapeutic properties that have made it famous among the users.
|Botanical Name||Cinnamomum Camphora.|
|Origin||Camphor tree is native to china, Japan and Taiwan.|
|Method of Extraction & Part of Plant Used||The pure oil is steam distilled from the leaf of the plant.|
Brown camphor oil has fresh, clear aroma. Basically, three fractions of oils comprising white, brown and yellow are produced after rectification and distillation.
This oil has a clean, fresh, herbal, spicy and piercing scent.
|Integrants||The main components of this oil are methyl cinnamate, camphene, 1,8-cineole, a-pinene, b-pinene, eugenol, borneol, safrole, caryophyllene, terpinen-4-ol, piperitone, phellandrene, limonene, y-terpinene, p-cymene, terpinolene, furfural, camphor, linalool, geraniol, bornyl acetate, sabinene, and cinnamaldehyde.|
|Therapeutic Properties||This oil has several therapeutic properties such as vulnerary, analgesic, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, antidepressant, cardiac, diuretic, carminative, hypertensive, febrifuge, laxative, insecticide, rubefacient, stimulant, sudorific, and vermifuge.|
|Blends Well With||
This oil blends well with chamomile
The pure brown camphor oil can cause skin irritations. Being very strong, it should be used in very little amount.
Insect repellent: Due to its toxic properties, brown camphor oil is used in phenols to kill the germs of the floor. This oil is a great germicide, pesticide and an insecticide.
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