4 Things You Should Know About Copaiba Oil
Are you looking for an all-natural remedy for pain relief? Copaiba Oil has been known to help relieve a variety of health issues. If you are looking for a Cannabis free product, Copaiba Oil may be the perfect fit for you! Read below to learn more about Copaiba Oils' uses and benefits.
1. What is Copaiba Oil?
Copaifera langsdorffii, also known as the Copaiba or Diesel tree, is a tropical rainforest tree native to Brazil, that is a member of the Fabaceae (formally Leguminosae) botanical family. The essential oil is produced by steam distilling the balsam/oleoresin that is obtained by drilling holes into the trunk of the tree.
2. What are the benefits of Copaiba Oil?
Copaiba Oil is best known for its anti-inflammatory and pain relief properties. Our Copaiba Oil has over 68% beta-caryophyllene! Beta-Caryophyllene is a sesquiterpene. This chemical component is found in most plants including Cannabis, offering similar benefits as CBD oil. If you are looking for an all-natural, Cannabis free method for pain relief, Copaiba Oil may be the perfect alternative for you!
Our Beta-Caryophyllene 90% and 99% have been known to help our customers relieve joint, lower back, and hip pain. If you are looking for an even more potent pain relief component, check out our Alpha-Humulene 90%.
3. How do I use Copaiba Oil?
We recommend that you apply Copaiba Oil topically with a Carrier Oil to help relieve pain or inflammation. Try making a blend with Marjoram Oil and Roman Chamomile Oil, and properly dilute in a lotion or carrier oil, for a soothing massage after a long workout.
4. Which Essential Oils blend well with Copaiba Oil?
Copaiba Oil has a mild scent with notes of mushroom. It blends well with a variety of other essential oils. Experience the therapeutic benefits of Copaiba Oil by diffusing and blending it with:
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