Used in aromatherapy, Camphor Oil’s scent is known to offer relief to a congested respiratory system by clearing the lungs and addressing symptoms of bronchitis and pneumonia. It also boosts circulation, immunity, convalescence, and relaxation.
Used topically, the cooling effects of Camphor Essential Oil soothe inflammation, redness, sores, insect bites, itching, irritation, rashes, acne, sprains, and muscular aches and pains. With anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties, Camphor Oil is also known to help protect against contagious viruses.
Used medicinally, Camphor Oil stimulates and boosts the circulation, digestion, excretion metabolism, and secretions. It reduces the intensity of physical pain, nervousness, anxiety, convulsions, and spasms. Its refreshing and relaxing scent is also known to stimulate and boost the libido.
The main chemical constituents of Camphor Essential Oil are: a-Pinene, Camphene, Limonene, 1,8-Cineole, and p-Cymene.
PINENE is known to exhibit the following activity:
CAMPHENE is known to exhibit the following activity:
LIMONENE is known to exhibit the following activity:
- Nervous system stimulant
- Appetite suppressant
1,8 CINEOLE is known to exhibit the following activity:
- Increased blood flow
- Reduced tension headaches
- Cough suppressant
P-CYMENE is known to exhibit the following activity: