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Camphor is extremely pungent. When diffused with care, camphor can be useful as a cardiac stimulant and to open blocked respiratory passages. The aroma of camphor seems to be very effective for a particular type of nervous depression where great agitation precedes a loss of energy and stamina and a feeling of deep despair. Camphor has been used, in dilution, to stimulate circulation, metabolism, and digestion. Camphor has a reputation as anti-inflammatory and as a pain reliever. Considered by many to be too strong to use alone.

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Camphor Essential Oil

Ingredient In: LeIntensity
Available In: Essential Oil
Botanical Name: Cinnamonum camphorum
Country of Origin: Not Given
Extraction Method: steam distilled
Part Utilized: leaves
Plant Family: Lauraceae
Aroma: Camphor is extremely pungent. Diffused with care.
Cautions: Camphor is considered by many aromatherapists to be too strong to be used effectively, especially as a single oil. A small amount of camphor taken internally could easily prove fatal. Overdose, even topically, has been known to cause convulsions and vomiting. Pregnant women and people with epilepsy or other seizure disorders should certainly avoid its use altogether.
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