Camphor Essential Oil

$10.00 Including GST

Extraction Method – Steam Distilled
Parts Used – Leaves
Common Names – Camphor, Camphor White, True Camphor
Botanical Name – Cinnamomum camphora
Country of Origin – China
Aroma – strong, penetrating




Camphor Oil has a wide variety of topical uses due to it’s antibacterial, anti-fungal, and anti-inflammatory properties. Lotions and creams containing Camphor Oil can be used to relieve skin irritation and itchiness and may help to improve the overall appearance of skin. The penetrating, medicinal aroma of Camphor Oil has a significant effect on supporting clear lungs and boosting circulation. It is often blended into balms, massage oils and creams to soothe the bodies of athletes. Camphor Oil is a primary ingredient in many commercial cough, cold and congestion products such as salves and vapor rubs for muscles and joints. This essential oil may also be used to repel flying insects or to refresh a musty linen closet.

Emotionally and energetically, Camphor Oil has a calming and refreshing odor that is often used to treat depression and reduce stress. This essential oil also has sedative and antispasmodic properties and may help soothe anxiety.

Camphor is a pungent decongestant and antimicrobial, used as an inhalation or in a chest rub to help ease tight coughs, nasal, sinus or chest congestion, and open up the airways. Used in a balm it helps with joint and muscle pain and stimulates circulation to ease stiffness. Its analgesic properties are also useful for neuralgia.

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