Copaiba Balsam Essential Oil
Copaiba Essential Oil is also known as Copaiba Balsam Essential Oil. Copaiba Essential Oil by Wild As The Wind is one of the most potent Copaiba Balsam Essential Oils available.
The Beta-Caryophyllene, (BCP), content of the Wild As The Wind Copaiba Balsam Essential Oil is approximately 50%. The BCP content varies dramatically between differing Copaiba Essential Oils and ranges from as low as 25% all the way up to 50%. The higher the BCP the more effective the Copaiba Balsam Essential Oil is. Wild As The Wind is one of a very small number of companies selling Copaiba Essential Oil in the UK and Europe.
Copaiba Essential Oil Versus Hemp Essential Oil
Copaiba Aromatherapy Oil is very similar to Hemp Essential Oil in many ways, but it is a fraction of the cost. Aromatically Copaiba is a lot less aromatic than Hemp Essential Oil, so a lot of people prefer using Copaiba Balsam Essential Oil when taking it internally.
Copaiba Balsam Essential Oil Versus Cananga Essential Oil
This feedback, (originally submitted via the review section of the Cananga Essential Oil page), vouches for the efficacy of both aromatherapy oils, but defines the subtle differences.
Cananga Essential Oil is a fantastic addition to the ‘Wild’ essential oil collection. It is very helpful for pain relief just like copaibia but with an uplifting mood effect as an added bonus for us.
The pain my wife suffers from is early osteoporosis and a frozen shoulder, I have a stiff hip that manifests after too much physical hard work.
My wife has really appreciated the massage oil, which has really aided her frozen shoulder, either made with 2 drops of copaibia essential oil or cananga essential oil. Both are as equally good as each other.
Also, when taken orally, 2 drops morning and night, we found that the copaibia essential oil is more calming emotionally whereas the cananga essential oil provides more of an up mood.
Thank you, again, Rachel
For: Amie, Dorchester, Dorset
Just like Cananga Essential Oil, Copaiba Balsam Essential Oil interacts with our Endocannabinoid system, pairing itself with the CB2 receptors located in our peripheral organs and immune system, particularly in the digestive track.
By contrast Hemp Essential Oil also interfaces with CB1 receptors which are mainly in the brain.
Nevertheless, Copaiba Balsam Essential Oil has been shown to positively affect mood and psychological conditions, along with a long list of other benefits. The real beauty of this aromatherapy oil is that it is so mild it is suitable for use with babies.
Discover more about Copaiba Balsam Essential Oil by visiting the Cananga Essential Oil page
Copaiba Balsam Essential Oil Health Benefits
Copaiba Balsam Essential Oil may have the following health benefits :: analgesic + antibacterial + anti-inflammatory + anti-fungal + anti-microbial + antioxidant + anti-parasitic + antiseptic + astringent + calmative + circulatory + diaphoretic, (induces perspiration) + diurectic + emmenagogue, (stimulates pelvic blood flow) + hepato-protetive, (protects the Liver) + stimulant + vulnerary, (wound healing).
Copaiba Balsam Essential Oil Most Common Uses
- Teething, gum infections & oral hygiene (has been shown to kill Strep)
- Arthritis + Rheumatism + Osteoporosis symptom relief
- Regulates urination & sweating
- Hormone balance
- Anxiety & depression
- Weight loss
- Respiratory infections
- Muscle & joint issues
- Immune-boosting + infection-fighting
- Dermal fungal + bacterial infections
- Reducing the signs of ageing
- High blood pressure
- Brain health – may heal cortex damage
Copaiba Aromatherapy Oil is often referred to as a magnifier or ‘driver’. It is thought that Copaiba Essential Oil will enhance the properties of other essential oils when they are used together. But, this is true of all essential oils. The potency of a blend of essential oils will always be more intense than the sum of it’s parts.
So, combining Copaiba Essential Oil with Sandalwood Essential Oil or Helichrysum Essential Oil may mean that a lesser amount of these expensive oils will be needed when compared to the larger amount required of these aromatherapy oils to achieve the same effect when they are being used on their own.
I take this daily and is the most incredible mood stabilizer amongst many other things!
I swear by your essential oils (and face oil No. 2). I have resolved all the issues with my baby using essential oils after none of the medications worked. If anything they made things worse. Only Copaiba helped my baby sleep. Nothing else worked.
Copaiba Essential Oil Directions For Use
Copaiba Balsam Essential Oil, like Hemp Essential Oil, can be taken internally to interact with our Endocannabinoid system.
Copaiba Balsam Essential Oil interacts with CB2 receptors found all around the body but not in the brain.
Hemp Essential Oil interacts with CB1 receptors in the brain as well as CB2 receptors in the body.
The adult dosage for Copaiba Balsam Essential Oil when taken internally is one or two drops with a heaped teaspoon of Coconut Oil in the morning followed by one or two drops with Coconut Oil in the evening.
However, everyone is different, so there’s no standard dosage for everyone. It’s always advisable to start out using a low dose of Copaiba Balsam Essential Oil and increase until you find the dosage which works for you.
*Do not exceed 12 drops per day. If using other essential oils do not exceed 12 drops of all of the different essential oils you are using.
**Do not heat the Coconut Oil, simply scoop it out of the jar, (it’s usually solid at room temperature in the UK),, drop the Copaiba Essential Oil on top and allow the Coconut Oil to melt in your mouth.
***Heating cold pressed oils damages the nutrient content.
****Copaiba Balsam Essential Oil is one of several viscous oils that are quite thick and slow running when cold. This is because Copaiba Balsam is an aromatherapy oil made from a resin, like Benzoin Essential Oil and Myrrh Essential Oil etc.
Because of this it is very difficult to get your Copaiba Balsam Essential Oil to pour / drop out of the bottle when it’s cold. To get the oil moving quicker, and to make it flow more easily through the dropper, just roll the bottle vigorously between your hands, whilst the lid is on, to warm the oil up a little.
When you feel the temperature of the bottle has increased a little you can try to pour the oil out through the dropper again. If the essential oil is warm enough it will pour properly.
Do NOT microwave your essential oil or place it in boiling water. Your viscous essential oil should be gently warmed in your hands as described above.
Copaiba Balsam Essential Oil For External Use
Copaiba Essential Oil can also be applied topically after it has been properly diluted. Adults can use varying dilutions and should experiment to find their optimal dilution for best results. It’s recommended you start by applying a 1% dilution to the affected area. This can be increased incrementally up to a maximum of a 5% dilution, or until you find the optimal dilution for you as an individual, whether this be a 2%, 3%, 4% or 5% dilution. (We are all different.)
Properly diluted essential oils enter the bloodstream of the body very quickly and have an almost immediate effect.
Whether taken internally or applied topically your Copaiba Essential Oil with your chosen carrier oil will find it’s way into your body to be employed where it is needed most.
*Carrier oils are also known as base oils.
Should I Take Copaiba Balsam Essential Oil Internally Or Externally?
Adults are free to to choose how to use Copaiba Essential Oil based on their personal preference. If you would prefer to apply Copaiba topically, then do that. But, if you prefer the convenience of taking your Copaiba orally, then all well and good.
However, if you don’t get the desired results from experimenting with different dilutions then may be it’s time to switch the way you are using your Copaiba Oil.
Copaiba Essential Oil Is Suitable For Children & Babies
Copaiba Balsam Essential Oil is one of the safest aromatherapy oils for use with babies and children. However, it is important to use all essential oils at lower dilutions for babies and children than you would for an adult. Please read Essential Oil Safety For Babies & Children for usage instructions.
Copaiba Essential Oils Cautions
Not advised for internal consumption for children under the age of 10 years of age.
Topical application, after being properly diluted in a good carrier oil, should be more than adequate to deliver all of the desired healing benefits.
Copaiba Balsam Essential Oil Mixes Well With
- Amyris Sandalwood Essential Oil
- Benzoin Essential Oil
- Bergamot FCF Essential Oil
- Black Pepper Essential Oil
- Cardamom Essential Oil
- Carrot Seed Essential Oil
- Cedarwood Virginia Essential Oil
- Cedarwood Atlas Essential Oil
- Chamomile Roman Essential Oil
- Cistus Essential Oil
- Clary Sage Essential Oil
- Clove Bud Essential Oil
- Clove Leaf Essential Oil
- Coriander Essential Oil
- Coriander Leaf Essential Oil
- Coriander Seed Essential Oil
- Cypress Essential Oil
- Elemi Essential Oil
- Frankincense Carterii Essential Oil
- Frankincense Serrata Essential Oil
- Geranium Essential Oil
- Geranium Rose Essential Oil
- Ginger Essential Oil
- Gingergrass Essential Oil
- Guaiacwood Essential Oil
- Gurjun Essential Oil
- Hyssop Essential Oil
- Iary Essential Oil
- Juniper Berry Essential Oil
- Juniper Needle Essential Oil
- Lavandin Super Essential Oil
- Lavender Spike Essential Oil
- Lavender High Altitude Essential Oil
- Lavender Maillette Essential Oil
- Lavender True Essential Oil
- Manuka Essential Oil
- May Chang Essential Oil
- Naiouli Essential Oil
- Nutmeg Essential Oil
- Opopanax Essential Oil
- Patchouli Essential Oil
- Patchouli Light Essential Oil
- Patchouli Dark Essential Oil
- Peru Balsam Essential Oil
- Pine Essential Oil
- Plai Essential Oil
- Ravensara Essential Oil
- Rose Essential Oil
- Rosewood Essential Oil
- Sandalwood Essential Oil
- Yarrow Essential Oil
- Ylang Ylang Essential Oil
Wild As The Wind Essential Oils
Wild As The Wind Essential Oils are premium quality, therapeutic grade aromatherapy oils. Professional therapists use Wild As The Wind Essential Oils, including Osteopaths and Massage Therapists. Wild As The Wind Essential Oils are also used domestically, for home remedies as well as in green cleaning products etc.
Wild As The Wind Essential Oils Are Suitable For:
- diffusing & nebulising
- diluting to make body & bath oils (1% dilution)
- using in your household first aid kit (average 2% dilution)
- adding to your shampoos, conditioners & liquid soaps (5 drops per 100ml)
- diluting to make face oils (2% dilution)
- formulating effective household cleaners & sanitisers (average 5% dilution)
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Wild As The Wind Essential Oil Availability
Wild As The Wind Essential Oils are available in the UK & Europe.
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Wild As The Wind essential oils are cruelty free & vegan friendly. They are also some of the purest, most bio-active essential oils in the world.