CAJEPUT OIL

Uses:

Nasal congestion relief, pain relief ointments, antifungal medication, Studies have proved that the oil combines well with convectional antibiotics. This oil helps to maintain a healthy digestive system.

Countries where it’s found:

The Cajeput tree is predominantly found in the Malay Archipelago, Spice Islands, South East Asia, Sulawesi, and hotter parts of the Australian continent.

Harvest Information:

The leaves of the Cajeput tree are harvested under dry and hot weather conditions. This ensures maximum yield.

History of the Plant:

The name Cajeput is derived from the Indonesian name, “kayu putih” meaning white wood. The tree is highly regarded through the East and has many therapeutic and herbal uses.

Extraction Process:

The plant leaves are collected on a hot dry day and macerated in water. Later, the mixture is distilled after fermenting for a whole night. The extracted oil is colourless to pale yellow in colour with a pungent odour and bitter minty taste.

Commonly known Benefits:

Medicinal Benefits:

Cajeput oil is well known for its antibiotic and anti-fungal properties. It acts as a mild analgesic, diaphoretic, insecticide, and expectorant.

The essential oil of Cajeput kills or inhibits the growth of microorganism.

It is also used as a medicine to relieve aching joints and stiff bones.

The oil’s anti-bacterial properties clear congestion, cold, and cough. It acts as a good inhalant for sinus infections.

The oil’s anti-neuralgic property reduces muscle pain and rheumatism.

Cajeput oil is an excellent and a natural deterrent for fleas and head lice.

Its antimicrobial properties prevent septic infections and promote quick healing of cuts, bruises, and wounds.

The oil is often used in the form of ointments and also to treat toothaches and earaches.

Cajeput oil’s anti-inflammatory properties aid in relieving burns, dyspepsia and influenza.

The essential oil of Cajeput aids in maintaining a healthy digestive system.  It prevents constipation and digestive tract infections.

It also applied to treat indolent tumors.

Its anthelmintic properties eliminate intestinal worms while its carminative properties prevent flatulence.

Cajeput oil is an effective sedative. It relaxes irritable nerves thereby reducing the feelings of anger and depression. It also induces sound sleep.

This oil acts as an effective remedy when treating for diarrheas, nervous vomiting, and stomach cramps.

This oil is a good astringent.

The oil in diluted state is used in the treatment of eczema, scabies, and colic.

The Cajeput oil consists of a chemical called cineole that prevents yeast infections. This chemical relieves pain and skin irritation.

It is used to treat ringworm lesions and athlete’s foot infestations.

The oil benefits the respiratory system, nervous system, relieves skeletal disorders, a diuretic, and a powerful stimulant.

Employments:

Nasal blockage help, relief from discomfort balms, antifungal medicine, Studies have demonstrated that the oil joins well with convectional anti-toxins. This oil keeps up a solid stomach related framework.

Nations where it’s found:

The Cajeput tree is prevalently found in the Malay Archipelago, Spice Islands, South East Asia, Sulawesi, and more sweltering parts of the Australian mainland.

Collect Information:

The leaves of the Cajeput tree are collected under dry and sweltering climate conditions. This guarantees most extreme yield.

The name Cajeput is gotten from the Indonesian name, “kayu putih” which means white wood. The tree is exceedingly respected through the East and has numerous restorative and home grown employments.

Extraction Process:

The plant leaves are gathered on a hot dry day and macerated in water. Afterward, the blend is refined subsequent to aging for an entire night. The separated oil is lackluster to light yellow in shading with an impactful scent and severe minty taste.

Ordinarily known Benefits:

Restorative Benefits:

Cajeput oil is notable for its anti-infection and hostile to parasitic properties. It goes about as a gentle pain relieving, diaphoretic, bug spray, and expectorant.

The fundamental oil of Cajeput slaughters or represses the development of microorganism.

It is additionally utilized as a medication to diminish hurting joints and solid bones.

The oil’s enemy of bacterial properties clear clog, chilly, and hack. It goes about as a decent inhalant for sinus diseases.

The oil’s enemy of neuralgic property lessens muscle torment and ailment.

Cajeput oil is a great and a characteristic obstruction for bugs and head lice.

Its antimicrobial properties avoid septic diseases and advance speedy mending of cuts, wounds, and wounds.

The oil is frequently utilized as balms and furthermore to treat toothaches and ear infections.

Cajeput oil’s calming properties help in diminishing consumes, dyspepsia and flu.

The fundamental oil of Cajeput helps in keeping up a solid stomach related framework. It anticipates stoppage and stomach related tract diseases.

It additionally connected to treat lethargic tumors.

Its anthelmintic properties wipe out intestinal worms while its carminative properties counteract fart.

Cajeput oil is a powerful calming. It loosens up crabby nerves in this manner lessening the sentiments of resentment and sorrow. It likewise prompts sound rest.

This oil goes about as a powerful cure while treating for bowel issues, apprehensive spewing, and stomach spasms.

This oil is a decent astringent.

The oil in weakened state is utilized in the treatment of skin inflammation, scabies, and colic.

The Cajeput oil comprises of a substance called cineole that counteracts yeast diseases. This concoction mitigates agony and skin aggravation.

It is utilized to treat ringworm sores and competitor’s foot invasions.

The oil benefits the respiratory framework, sensory system, eases skeletal clutters, a diuretic, and a ground-breaking stimulant.

Cajeput Essential Oil

Botanical Name                : Melaleuca Cajuputi

Common Name                : Cajeput essential oil, White tea tree essential oil, Melaleuca cajeputi

CAS #                                 : 8008-98-8, F.E.M.A. : 2225

Plant Parts Used              : Leaves & Twigs

Extraction Method          : Steam Distillation

Color & Odor                    : Colorless to pale yellow @22C with eucalyptus like, camphoraceous odor

Description :

Cajeput essential oil is produced by steam distillation of the fresh leaves and twigs from a tall evergreen tree up to 30 meters high, having thick pointed leaves and white flowers.

Constituents & Specifications :

Cajeputene hydrate, eucalyptol, cajuputol, solid terpineol

Specific Gravity : 0.910 – 0.919 @ 72°F

Refractive Index : 1.4670 – 1.470 @ 72°F

Properties :

IMildly analgesic, anti microbial, anti neuralgic (pulmonary, urinary, intestinal), anthelminthic, diaphoretic, carminative, expectorant, febrifuge, insecticide, sudorific, tonic

Benefits & Uses :

  • Clears and stimulates the mind, aiding in concentration. Spiritually used to elevate the spirit and encourages the creation of new pathways.
  • Use in chest rub to bring down high temperatures and encourage the expulsion of mucus and congestion.
  • Use in massage oils or salves (liniments) to relieve pain in muscular aches, arthritis, and rheumatism.
  • It is used for chronic laryngitis and bronchitis, cystitis, rheumatism and to expel roundworm.
  • Used in dentistry and pharmaceutical work as an antiseptic; in expectorant and tonic formulations, throat lozenges, gargles, etc.
  • Used as a fragrance and freshening agent in soaps, cosmetics, detergents and perfumes.
  • Occasionally employed as a flavor component in food products and soft drinks.