Camphor or Borneo (Pacha Karpuram) - 50g - Natural and Edible – Nirvapate
Camphor or Borneo (Pacha Karpuram) - 50g - Edible Nirvapate Agro Private Limited

Camphor or Borneo (Pacha Karpuram) - 50g - Edible

Nirvapate Agro Private Limited

  • Rs. 220.00
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Camphor or Borneo is also called as pacha karpuram is extracted from camphor tree, is a powerful herb being used in Ayurveda. This is served as Panchamritam in temples.

Health Benefits:

  • Mosquito repellent: Soaking a bit of cloth within camphor oil as well as leaving it in the corners of the house. It helps drive away mosquitoes as well as flies. 
  • Skin Itching: Camphor oil application is good for skin and also removes skin itching, rashes and also inflammation.
  • Joint Pains: Warm sesame oil with camphor and massaging the body with this oil just before a Hot water bath will give relief to the aching body. Camphor is actually a rubefacient as well as energizes the dilation of capillaries.
  • Fungal nail: Camphorated oil may be used locally to cure fungus-infected toe nails.
  • Burn scars: Water mixed with a bit of camphor should be applied regularly on burn scars till it disappears.
  • Head lice: 10grams of camphor is dissolved in 100 ml of warm coconut oil and allowed to cool. This is applied on the scalp at night. Next day morning wash the hair. It is helpful in destroying the head lice.
  • Chest congestion: 5grams of camphor added in 100 ml of warm sesame oil and dissolved. This is applied over the chest followed by hot water fomentation over the chest to relieve the congestion in chest
  • Pain Relif: When Menthol, Thymol and Camphor are mixed together it converts into liquid form, which is used for pain relief. 

Minimum Order Quantity (MOQ): 50 grams

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Best before 12 months.

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