Camphor White Essential oil is a steam distillation of the bark of the conventional Cinnamomum camphora tree. Camphor White Essential Oil is one of many oils that are extracted from the Cinnamomum genus. You will also find Camphor Yellow, which should be avoided in Aromatherapy, and personal care product lines. Also from the Cinnamomum tree are: HoWood which is distilled from the resin and Ravintsara which comes from the leaf. The scent of Camphor White Essential Oil is similar to Ravintsara. Nothing that comes from the Cinnamomum tree should be confused with Cinnamon which does also come from the Cinnamomum genus but is of the Zeylanicum species and is spicy versus camphoraceous. All of these oils are fairly similar in their use and fragrance, with the exception of HoWood, which is much closer to other resins than any of the camphor type oils. The scent of Camphor is clean and crisp with great applications in insect control for the environment and pain control in therapeutic treatments. Due to its high camphor content it also makes a great clearing oil in skin care.
Like most of the oils containing camphor, Camphor White Essential oil is a powerful therapeutic aid and is used in Aromatherapy to treat conditions of pain and inflammation, as well as chronic acne.
In blending, Camphor White Essential Oil can add that clean note that is desirable in household blends and insect repellents. It blends well with all of the Cineol's and any wood oils, especially: Pine Sylvester; Spruce Black; Eucalyptus Globulus
||Clear NonViscous Liquid
Skin Care: oily, acne
Physiological: stimulating, clarifying to the skin, pain relief
Sharp, clean, powerful
Blends well with Cineol's, camphoraceous oils, wood oils and lemon
Adds a clean camphoraceous scent to blends
- for an uplifting, stimulating blend try combining with eucalyptus and rosemary
- try combining with lavender and lemon to cleanse congested skin and spot treat acne
- try combining with lemongrass, eucalyptus and geranium to repel insects
- an excellent choice for your pain relief treatments, especially combined with kunzea or ginger
CAUTION:: Avoid During Pregnancy