CopLan3 Copaiba Oil, Brazil

Essential Oils
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Botanical Name
Copaifera langsdorfii
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Class
Sesquiterpene
Country of Origin
Brazil
Method of Extraction
Steam Distillation
Part of Plant
Balsam
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Description
Dating back to 16th century Brazil, Copaiba Balsam oil has been used as a native folk remedy by native tribe. It was traditionally burned in ceremonies for physical and spiritual healing. Copaiba Balsam oil's balsamic, woody, characteristic aroma can be used a fixative in soaps, perfumes, and other fragrances. Copaiba oil typically ranges between 50% to 70% beta-caryophyllene. 
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