Copaiba oil: Origin
Copaiba oil (Copaifera paupera, Copaifera officinalis) is a resin extracted from a tree of 20-30 m in height located in the Peruvian Amazon in the departments of Ucayali (Tahuania- Atalaya), Madre de Dios, Loreto and abundantly, in the lower Huallaga. In the Brazilian Amazon it’s in the vicinity of the Acre River.
The names for this plant is: Copaiba; Bonshish matisiati and Namboman tsacati (Shipibo-conibo); Bunxix (conibo); Capaúba, Copal, Cup- grapes; Cupiúba; Jatobamirim; Marimari; Oleo-branco.y Matisihuati and in its trunk oil (balm) is obtained.
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Copaiba Oil: Traditional use
Some of the various medicinal properties of Copaiba oil have been studied for their activities: antiseptic, antioxidant, healing and anti-inflammatory analgesic. Has traditionally been used as a natural treatment for some diseases, being first mentioned in 1534 in a letter to Pope Leo X, it was attributed wound healing effect, the use of copaiba oil is both ancient and much disseminated. Copaiba is the name commonly refers to the whole copaifera gender has an indigenous origin: "Cupayba" meaning "tree of deposit" the virtue of the oil it contains and the natives attributed its medicinal properties, the term Copaiba was first used by the German botanist Georg Marcgrave in 1628, and whose insights and notes served as a base because in 1760 the botanist and biologist the Austrian Nikolaus Joseph von Jacquin w performed mada a detailed study of the species for Marcgrav.
Benefits of copaiba oil:
Copaiba oil: Side effects and contraindications
Do not ingest higher than recommended doses.
not apply to eyes and mucous or on very large areas of skin.
How to Use copaiba oil:
- Laxative: This herb is used as a purgative and as a mild laxative; you should take 5-10 drops of essential oil diluted in half a glass of water at least three times a day.
- Healing: It is well-known in many places that copaiba balsam resin can be used on wounds and in specific treatments, for gonorrhea, pulmonary catarrh, bronchitis, fever, constipation, hidropepsia, hemorrhoids and skin disease in general. In Sitz baths 20 to 30 drops are used once or twice a day and it’s highly recommendable for reducing inflammation and pain relief and itching caused by hemorrhoids, cystitis, and vaginal infections.
- Skin Protector: For external use you should directly apply copaiba oil with friction and massage, and it is very effective and advisable in case of herpes, fungal dermatitis and where its properties stand out par excellence as a true and powerful antifungal.
Orally: For gastric ulcers: Drink 3-5 drops of copaiba oil dissolved in ¼ cup of water three times a day before meals.
For best results we recommend dissolving copaiba oil in warm water, potato or cassava (yucca or potato water): boil the water and oil , (cassava, yucca or potato).
In skin conditions: Apply directly carefully massaging the affected 2 times a day, morning and before bed area.
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The copaiba oil has different presentations according to their different processes, but has proven effective in each use:
Copaiba oil bottle 30 ml
Drums 20 lt