Cajeput Oil Uses & Benefits

 

The key use of cajeput is to relieve stiff, aching joints caused by rheumatism. Cajeput oil is traditionally mixed with camphor as an external rub for arthritis and gout.Cajeput is antibacterial and clears congestion making it a good inhalant oil for colds and sinus infections. The sweet scent of cajeput is uplifts the spirit while it cleanses the air.

Apply the cajeput oil externally as first aid for burns, cramps, colic, earache, headache, muscle pain, and toothache. Cajeput is an astringent oil that can benefit oily skin and help clear eczema.In short Cajeput can be used in as many applications as the closely related Melaleuca alternifoliateatea tree oil, but with more caution as it is more irritating to the skin in high doses and cannot be applied undiluted.

Preparation Methods & Dosage :Cajeput oil is to be used externally. Use in low concentrations, and always dilute before applying to skin. Apply cajeput oil externally for burns, cramps, colic, earache, headache, muscle pain, and toothache. Cajeput is an astringent oil that can benefit oily skin and help clear eczema. Diffuse in aroma lamps to purify the air, and in body sprays as an insect repellent.

Aromatherapy products from Pure Cajeput Oil:

Pure Essential Oils (Cajeputi) (Vol:10ml) – RM35 / 12 USD

It great to treat digestive and skin problems. it helps to balance and stimulating the mind. Greatest antiseptic properties for the respiratory tract and pain relieving properties for headaches, gout and rheumatism. Just used 2-3 drops, the scents will help to reduce the pain and more relaxing.

Aromatherapy Handmade Soap (Cajeput) (80g) – RM12 / 4 USD

It has a antiseptic properties and soothing effect on the skin. It can use from head to toe.

Common Uses:* Aromatherapy * Arthritis * Bladder Infection (UTI) * Bronchitis * Colds * Congestion * Cough * Eczema * Gout * Insect Repellent * Lice * Pain Relief * Rheumatoid_arthritis * Sinus * Sore Throat

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