The Leaves are Wild Grown and Steam Distilled.
|Distillation Method:||SD (help)|
|Agro Class:||WG (help)|
|Principle Uses:|| ROOM FRAGRANCE: Not exactly a pleasant fragrance, but camphor is an excellent insect repellent, ideal for deterring the small flies who’s grubs destroy the roots of houseplants. A few drops of the oil on a stone placed on the soils surface is ideal, however the oil must NOT contact the plant.
INHALATION: 2-3 drops placed on hot water and the vapors inhaled may help: colds, influenza, bronchitis and any difficult breathing, BUT NOT FOR YOUNG CHILDREN. It must only be used for short term treatment as regular use can cause inflammation of the nose and throat.
BATHS: NOT RECOMMENDED FOR USE IN BATHS.
MASSAGE: Primarily as a local application for muscular aches, joint pain and fibrositis. For application on areas affected by neuralgia and possibly it may help cold sores and shingles. This oil is only suited to local application rather than general body massage.
This oil should never be used neat (undiluted), or for more than a few days without a break, as there are several dangers associated with its prolonged or excessive use. Camphor preparations should not be used on or near the nose of babies and infants. Not advisable for use during pregnancy. Keep this essential oil well away from children and pets. Especially keep it away from the eyes.
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