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Latin names: Cinnamomum camphora CT foliae 1,8-cineole (Madagascar)
French names synonyms : camphor cineol CT leaves 1,8-cineole (Magadascar)
English names: Ravintsara, Ravintsara, Camphor leaves CT 1.8 cineole (Madagascar)
Distilled part: Leaves
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The Camphor (Ravintsara) is a tree of the laurel family, which has the distinction of being extremely adaptable. We also found almost everywhere on the planet. In Madagascar, it grows near a tree which also is taken of the essential oil ... which has a very similar name: the Ravensare.
The Ravintsara (Camphor tree) has leaves of pale green, not shiny and are called acuminate. That is to say, they are relatively sharp at the end. It is a petite size tree (rarely more than two meters) and with a very thin trunk.
Where Camphor tree grows, it shows the effort to adapt it provides. Indeed to survive in different conditions, it produces singular molecules. So when we take leaves or bark of Camphor a chemist, it can tell you where it comes from on the planet.
And that signature is in its essential oil. When you open your Gedane vial that you place it in your nose and as you inhale, the Madagascar comes out of the bottle.
This is very important with this than with another tree. The molecules it produces when it grows elsewhere have some toxicity in general. This is what has earned the name "Ravintsara" be kept for its essential oil. This helps differentiate the camphor something toxic that come from elsewhere.
Give a boost.
Cleans cellular memories.
Activate the third eye, opening the door to "invisible" dimensions.
Opens the doors of its internal know-feeling that is often hidden by bringing a holistic vision.

Anticatarrhal, Mucolytique, Expectorant
Anti-infectieux général
Immunostimulant, Stimulant immunitaire
Tonifiant, Tonique, Stimulant
Antifongique, Antimycosique
Fébrifuge direct, Diminue la fièvre
Stimule la concentration, Améliore les facultés mentales
Insectifuge, Eloigne les insectes
Antiparasitaire, Vermifuge

Grippe ORL, Pneumonie, Bronchite, Bronchiolite, Toux grasse, Sinusite
Catarrhe, Mucus
Maladie infectieuse, Faiblesse immunitaire, Immunodéficience
Fièvre, Etat fébrile
Herpès labial, Zona
Boutons, Folliculites, Furoncles, Anthrax, Abcès, Escarre
Fatigue générale, Coup de pompe, Surmenage
Moustiques et insectes volants
Manque de concentration, Inattention
Cystite, Infections urinaires, Candidose vaginale
Dépression, Déprime, Coup de blues
Rhumatismes, Arthrite, Arthrose
Courbatures, Douleurs musculaires
Inflammations, Tendinite, Ligamentite, Arthrite
Parasites intestinaux, Vers intestinaux, Amibiase, Ascaridiase, Oxyurose
Mycose unguéale, Mycose cutanée

Vata refocuses

Makes efficient Pitta

decreases Kapha

monoterpene oxides (1,8-cineole 50-70%)

Monoterpenes (sabinene 12-15%, 2.5-10% alpha-pinene, beta-pinene 2.5-5%, 0.5-1% limonene)

Sesquiterpenes (beta-caryophyllene 0-3%)

monoterpene alcohols (3-11% alpha-terpineol, terpinene-4-ol 1-4%)

Phenol methyl ethers: none (this is one of the Ravintsara markers)

Ketone: none

Furanocoumarins: none

Batch RAVINS56A001  (PDF, 294 Ko, French)

By inhalation of high concentrations can increase a tendency to bronchial constriction.
Not always well tolerated by the stomach when it is swallowed by mouth.
No known toxicity physiological dosage.
Keep out of reach of children.
Children, pregnant women: no contraindications within physiological dosage.
Access to job Limitations page of essential oils. 

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