Camphora Nasal Oil


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Product Description

A nasal application oil that can save you from virus-bacteria causing infections through its unique natural effective action of being antiviral- fumigant and antibiotic.

Ingredients –

Cold-pressed Coconut oil and Steam distilled essential oil of camphor leaves. The camphor essential oil is diluted in cold-pressed coconut oil.

How Camphor Essential oil benefits –

Steam distilled camphora leaves essential oil show evidence of a number of biological properties such as insecticidal, antiviral, antimicrobial, anti-tussive, etc.

Application

During times of cold cough & flu that is viral in nature and causes respiratory illness - apply oil with your index finger gently in the inner walls of the nasal passage when you go to bed, step out of the house, office or car to breathe easy and stay in comfort. You can apply 3-4 times a day as needed.

During these unseen times – if you feel you have been attacked by the virus- Apply the camphor oil in the nasal airways and take steam. Follow this 3-4 times a day but surely at the bedtime. Cover yourself and sleep. Follow this for minimum 5 days. Camphor is a strong skin penetrator and therefore application makes way to the body inside & may help recover. See the doctor if the condition do not improve.

Application on Children

Camphor or menthol has been in use as a topical anti-tussive on children above the age of 2 years. Hence the SNAANA camphora oil can be used on children to ease flu – congestion related symptoms.

For children below 2 years - apply 1- 2 drops on cloths near the neck and sleeves instead of applying in the nasal airways directly.

A coveted-traditionally used ingredient

Camphora oil was extensively used as a fumigant during Black Death times in Europe in the 14th century. Camphor is used in religious rituals to purify the air. It is a strong insecticidal.

Making of the camphor oil and sustainability

It is a sustainable and environment friendly. It is made with camphor tree leaves and not the camphor wood. It takes 85kgs of camphor leaves to produce 1 Kilogram of its oil and crystals.

Often the camphor available in the market is a synthetic made hence it is much cheaper than steam distilled plant leaves derived camphor oil.

Our human bodies connect easily with Mother Nature and hence natural plant derived oils are highly therapeutic than the synthetically made camphor oil.

Precaution and Care for the product

  • Do not use on patients that experience asthma or epilepsy disorders.
  • Do not ingest the oil. It easily gets absorbed in the body through the skin. The oil can be used to ingest under the guidance of a medical/ayurvedic practitioner.
  • Always airtight the bottle after use to retain the potency of the oil as camphor oil is highly volatile. Keep it away from sunlight.
  • Camphor is flammable so keep the bottle away from fire.

If you are allergic to camphor – avoid its usage. Though the product is absolutely free from chemicals and preservatives, we suggest you do a patch test before using it as a regular product.

Faq's

What are the benefits of using Snaana’s Camphora nasal oil?

SNAANA camphora nasal oil acts as an added precaution during the corona virus times. It is a natural antiviral and antimicrobial. Its aroma fumigates the air and purifies it. On applying the oil in nasal airways – the aroma repels the virus and hence can help keep the virus away from entering the nose. Camphor can be used to relieve muscular pain, itch, bronchitis- cold and cough, fungal nails and much more.

What all ingredients are used in the manufacture of Snaana’s Camphora nasal oil?

SNAANA camphora nasal oil contains camphora Cinnamomum leaves steam distilled essential oil diluted in cold pressed coconut oil.

Is Snaana’s Camphora nasal oil 100% organic?

Yes, the true intention of a manufacturer is above all certifications. The giant beautiful evergreen camphor trees are found in many Himalayan homes only for the ornamental purpose. SNAANA plucks the leaves after seeking approval from the household in return for decided amount.

What is the shelf life of Snaana’s Camphora nasal oil?

It is good to use for about a year and half to years since it is made. Always make sure to close the bottle tight after each use to ensure zero evaporation. Essential oils are highly volatile.

Is Snaana’s Camphora nasal oil safe for children to use?

Yes, it is safe to use on children above the age of 2 years. Camphor is even approved by FDA as a chest rub in concentration less than 11%. SNAANA camphora essential oil is made within the permissible concentration limits.

Is it effective in preventing coronavirus (covid-19)?

Camphor with its strong aroma is an effective antiviral which can help ward off respiratory concerns often caused by viral infections. Hence applying the oil in nasal air ways can help to prevent virus attack. Camphor is a strong fumigant and is used in religious rituals as an air purifier.

Is it effective in seasonal flu prevention?

Yes, camphor can help prevent and treat seasonal flu.

Is it effective in the common cold?

Yes, camphor can break and expectorate the cough, ease the congestion and help sleep comfortably.

What if someone drinks this oil? Is it fatal for health?

Yes, camphor in high doses is bad for human body. It easily enters human body through inhalation and topical application. Hence intake is not needed. Always consume the oil under the guidance of a medical/ayurvedic practitioner only.

Why SNAANA uses only camphor leaves and not its wood in the making of its essential oil?

SNAANA is a highly ethical brand and practice sustainability and believes only in environment friendly produce. Hence, we do not use wood.

What is the difference between SNAANA camphor oil/crystals and the usual market bought camphor tablets?

Camphor usually is synthetically made from turpentine oil. Synthically made products are cheap and economical. Plant derived pure steam distilled essential oils are expensive because these are time consuming, labour intensive and the yield per kg of the herb is very low. It takes about 85 kg leaves of camphor to produce 1 kg of camphor oil/crystal.

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Shubham Rawat - 25/05/2020

camphora nasal oil a very good preventive care for flu

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VOTE FOR CHANGE

SNAANA wants to drag your attention to the fact that we are still living in a legal framework that was adopted in British times and has not been amended at the pace synthetics/chemicals have come into use in skin care. Import, manufacture, distribution and sale of skin care/ beauty products are regulated by Drugs & Cosmetics Act 1940 and this law till date has not given a definite and uniform definition for usage of words on labels like natural and organic which is big-time responsible for misleading the consumers.

That is why what is packed in a bottle or jar in the name of natural, organic, ayurvedic is often not what it claims. Synthetic provide comfort and convenience to manufacturers in terms of making product cost effective and extending the shelf life but they harm our bodies. This is because we have never thought that these chemicals can make cause problems like migraine, cancer, hormonal disorders etc and much more in our bodies.

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