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Camphor notes

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(Summary description)Camphor oil is an oil that is often applied externally to treat minor diseases. It is easily absorbed by human skin and has relief from itching and discomfort. The active ingredients of camphor oil are believed to have the effect of soothing and cooling the skin. In addition, this ointment has a slight anesthetic effect, so it can also be used as an antibacterial agent.

Camphor oil

In 1980, a decree issued by the US Food and Drug Administration prohibited the use of camphor oil, camphor wipes and other words on product labels. In addition, the content of camphor in all consumer products must not exceed 11%. Currently, the United States allows the use of topical camphor drugs as long as powder and ointment. However, other countries have different restrictions on camphor oil.

In addition to being a powder and ointment ingredient, camphor can also be found in antitussive drugs. It is also often added to indoor evaporators to help increase decongestion of water vapor. Camphor ointment is usually applied to the patient's chest to relieve congestion. Some doctors recommend taking camphor ointment in small amounts to treat minor heart problems and occasional fatigue.

In addition to extracting from camphor tree, camphor can also be synthesized with turpentine oil. In addition to its medicinal value, camphor also has the functions of cooking, corpse preservation and insect repellent. It can expel moths, snakes and creeping animals. Crystallized camphor can also be used to expel pests in boxes and books.

Indian religious etiquette has the custom of burning camphor during rituals. Since it does not leave any residue after extinction, it represents religious understanding. Although today's Hindu temples no longer burn camphor indoors, it is still used in outdoor religious ceremonies.

Camphor has been used as a condiment in the cuisine manufacturing of many countries. However, it should be clarified according to the application, otherwise it will easily cause neuromuscular hyperactivity, restlessness, convulsions and disorders and other poisoning reactions. Of course, they are also sometimes a bad reaction to topical camphor oil.

Although camphor is good, pay attention to the above safety matters.

Camphor notes

(Summary description)Camphor oil is an oil that is often applied externally to treat minor diseases. It is easily absorbed by human skin and has relief from itching and discomfort. The active ingredients of camphor oil are believed to have the effect of soothing and cooling the skin. In addition, this ointment has a slight anesthetic effect, so it can also be used as an antibacterial agent.

Camphor oil

In 1980, a decree issued by the US Food and Drug Administration prohibited the use of camphor oil, camphor wipes and other words on product labels. In addition, the content of camphor in all consumer products must not exceed 11%. Currently, the United States allows the use of topical camphor drugs as long as powder and ointment. However, other countries have different restrictions on camphor oil.

In addition to being a powder and ointment ingredient, camphor can also be found in antitussive drugs. It is also often added to indoor evaporators to help increase decongestion of water vapor. Camphor ointment is usually applied to the patient's chest to relieve congestion. Some doctors recommend taking camphor ointment in small amounts to treat minor heart problems and occasional fatigue.

In addition to extracting from camphor tree, camphor can also be synthesized with turpentine oil. In addition to its medicinal value, camphor also has the functions of cooking, corpse preservation and insect repellent. It can expel moths, snakes and creeping animals. Crystallized camphor can also be used to expel pests in boxes and books.

Indian religious etiquette has the custom of burning camphor during rituals. Since it does not leave any residue after extinction, it represents religious understanding. Although today's Hindu temples no longer burn camphor indoors, it is still used in outdoor religious ceremonies.

Camphor has been used as a condiment in the cuisine manufacturing of many countries. However, it should be clarified according to the application, otherwise it will easily cause neuromuscular hyperactivity, restlessness, convulsions and disorders and other poisoning reactions. Of course, they are also sometimes a bad reaction to topical camphor oil.

Although camphor is good, pay attention to the above safety matters.

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Camphor oil is an oil that is often applied externally to treat minor diseases. It is easily absorbed by human skin and has relief from itching and discomfort. The active ingredients of camphor oil are believed to have the effect of soothing and cooling the skin. In addition, this ointment has a slight anesthetic effect, so it can also be used as an antibacterial agent.

Camphor oil

In 1980, a decree issued by the US Food and Drug Administration prohibited the use of camphor oil, camphor wipes and other words on product labels. In addition, the content of camphor in all consumer products must not exceed 11%. Currently, the United States allows the use of topical camphor drugs as long as powder and ointment. However, other countries have different restrictions on camphor oil.

In addition to being a powder and ointment ingredient, camphor can also be found in antitussive drugs. It is also often added to indoor evaporators to help increase decongestion of water vapor. Camphor ointment is usually applied to the patient's chest to relieve congestion. Some doctors recommend taking camphor ointment in small amounts to treat minor heart problems and occasional fatigue.

In addition to extracting from camphor tree, camphor can also be synthesized with turpentine oil. In addition to its medicinal value, camphor also has the functions of cooking, corpse preservation and insect repellent. It can expel moths, snakes and creeping animals. Crystallized camphor can also be used to expel pests in boxes and books.

Indian religious etiquette has the custom of burning camphor during rituals. Since it does not leave any residue after extinction, it represents religious understanding. Although today's Hindu temples no longer burn camphor indoors, it is still used in outdoor religious ceremonies.

Camphor has been used as a condiment in the cuisine manufacturing of many countries. However, it should be clarified according to the application, otherwise it will easily cause neuromuscular hyperactivity, restlessness, convulsions and disorders and other poisoning reactions. Of course, they are also sometimes a bad reaction to topical camphor oil.

Although camphor is good, pay attention to the above safety matters.

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