Cajuput e.o. – 30 ml
The scent of the Cajuput e.o. (essential oil) is sweet and camphor-like. The smell of the oil is quite strong.
The Cajuput oil comes from an Indonesian tree. The tree is also called a swamp tree. It produces an aromatic oil. The oil comes from the tree’s leaves and twigs. The colorless oil has a therapeutic value. Still, it is often adulterated with other oils.
This essential oil should only be used externally. Also, it should not be used by pregnant women. It is used in herbal medicine in the tropics. It is used to get relief from skin infections.
When smelling the Cajuput e.o., it can aid in the relief of colds. It can also improve resistance to the ailment.
Other uses of the Cajuput e.o. include:
- treatment for painful menstruation.
- mixed with a carrier oil, it can be rubbed to aching joints.
- soothes skin eruptions.
- mixed with a carrier oil, it can be applied on wounds. This is to prevent infections.
The essential oil is also a known antiseptic. This property is said to be its most redeeming one. It is very efficient in fighting off bacteria. It can also fight off virus and fungi. When used on wounds, it can help against tetanus, influenza, and other infections.
The oil can also be used as an insecticide. It is efficient in driving away, or even killing insects. This property is also quite strong for the Cajuput e.o.. When diluted, the oil can be sprayed over an area. It can even be placed inside a vaporizer. It can drive away mosquitoes, ants, and many other insects. A diluted mixture can also be applied to the body to keep insects away.
Note: Although remedial, people with major health ailments like cancer, or epilepsy should avoid use. Non—toxic, non—irritant, possible sensitization in some individuals. Not to be used while pregnant.