Copaiba Balsam Oil Safety
Organic Copaiba Balsam Essential Oil
Facts About Copaiba Balsam Oil
The copaiba tree has been growing natively in the Amazon region of Brazil since the 16th century.
The tree grows up to anywhere between 15 and 30 metres high.
There are 35 species of Copaiba. There are approximately 5 species; officinalis, reticulata, langsdorffii, coriacea and multijuga that are distilled into essential oils. All have similar therapeutic qualities. With reference to the therapeutic qualities they are referenced at our Copaiba Balsam eseential oil in our Pure & Natural section.
Organic Copaiba Balsam Essential Oil- Main Components
delta-Amorphene 2.90 %
Hazards: None known.
Contraindications: None known.
Tisserand, R., & Young, R. (2014). Essential Oil Safety: Second edition
Some essential oils may cause photosensitivity to the skin-Use diluted in Jojoba or other complete carrier oil.
Do not ingest essential oils.
Do not apply to eyes, sensitive areas or mucous membranes.
The information on this website is not intended to be used in the diagnosis, treatment or mitigation of any physical or mental illness. Ahimsa Oils offer no advice or recommendations only general information. No therapeutic claims are made within.
Pregnant women, nursing mothers and children should not use essential oils without first consulting an appropriately trained healthcare practitioner.
The statements on this website have not been evaluated by the TGA. David Bosley however worked for a long period however in consultation with the TGA to ensure correct labelling with reference to the Ahimsa Oil product range.