Copaiba Essential Oil Amazon Forest 100% organic from Brazil | TUPAN
Tupan methods of extraction preserve the tree using sustainable methods that would preserve the tree for generations to come, avoiding deforestation.
Similar or better quality compared to: DoTerra and Young Living Copaiba oils.
Copaiba produces the oil to defend herself from attacks of bacterias, fungus, parasites, diseases and any other harmful elements in the forest, that’s why Amazon Forest copaíba trees are unique and can provide the best oil in the world. The copaíba oil from a tree that is not surrounded by a rich biosphere won't have the same healing properties as one in Amazon Forest.
- reduce inflammation
- improve immune system
- relieve certain types of pain.
Other indications are also known such as antiviral action, antidiarrheal, against rheumatism, psoriasis, haemorrhages, skin diseases, urticaria, pneumonia, eczema, paralysis, headache, snakebite, syphilis, leishmaniasis, as antitetanic, antiblenorrhagic, antileukorrheal and cercaricide, as well as antiulcerogenic, antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, and anti-cancer activity.
Copaiba has a wide range of ethnopharmacological indications, including for the treatment of: cystitis, urinary incontinence, gonorrhea; respiratory ailments, including bronchitis, strep throat, hemoptysis, and sinusitis; infections in the skin and mucosa, such as dermatitis, eczema, psoriasis, and wounds; ulcers and lesions of the uterus; leishmaniasis and leucorrhea; anemia. It is also used as an aphrodisiac, stimulant, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, anti-tetanus, antirheumatic, antiherpetic, anthelminthic, anticancer, antitumor (prostate tumors), and antiparalytic properties. In addition, it aids in the treatment of dandruff and acne.
It’s being used by Amazon Forest tribes and discovered by europeans colonies when they invaded Brazil. Warriors would use Copaiba to treat wounds after battles, knowledge learned by observing hurt animals in the forest that would rub themselves against the tree.
Copaiba oil has a high concentration of β-cariophileno ( Beta-CaryoPhyllene), which has proven anti-inflammatory, analgesic, antibacterial, antifungal and anti-edema action. Copaiba interacts directly with CB2 receptors improving immune system, reducing inflammation, and relieve certain types of pain.
When ingested, the BCP in Copaiba possesses strong antioxidant properties, promotes healthy cellular function, supports immune function, intestinal tract and colon.
Research shows Copaiba essential oil helps keep mouth, teeth, and gums clean and healthy looking. Applying Copaiba topically keeps skin clear while helping reduce the appearance of blemishes. A recent research study found ingesting Copaiba supports uterine health and ease menstruation.*
Much less expensive than CBD it's 100% drug-free with no risk of containing THC and it’s 100% legal worldwide. Not from the cannabis plant, so using Copaiba won't affect a drug test.
Ways to use Copaiba:
- The topical application of oil on the skin serves to heal wounds. It is used in massages on the head to cure paralysis, pains, and convulsions.
- In Brazil it is recommended to soak a cotton ball in oil and place on tumors, ulcers, or hives.
- The daily intake of two drops of oil mixed with one tablespoon of honey is indicated for inflammation, syphilis, bronchitis, and cough.
- The oil is used to prepare a patch that is applied to heal ulcers and wounds, and the decoction of the bark in the form of a bath is used to combat rheumatism, to wash infected wounds such as dog bites, and to use as an anti-tetanus.
- In northern Brazil, the practice of “embrocation” (applying oil directly to the throat) is common to treat throat infections.
- Add Copaiba to your toner or apply to your face. Doing so keeps skin clear while reducing the appearance of blemishes.
- Ingest by adding 1-3 drops to water, juice or tea. Or place drops under your tongue. Copaiba supports the cardiovascular, immune, digestive, nervous, and immune system.
Don’t overdose. A dose of 10 g may cause symptoms of intolerance, nausea, vomiting, colic and diarrhea, and exanthema. Prolonged use may cause kidney damage and topical reactions in susceptible individuals. Ingestion of high doses of copaiba oil can cause adverse side effects, such as gastrointestinal irritation, sialorrhea, and central nervous system depression