Copaiba Essential Oil

How do you even describe what copaiba does? It barely smells like anything, some people say it is the same as CBD, but really?

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Copaiba essential oil comes from the resin of the Brazilian Copaifera reticulata tree. It has a gentle, woody aroma that combines well with a variety of other essential oils. From soothing irritation to facilitating emotional clearing, this is an essential oil everyone needs in their collection.

What It’s For

Copaiba essential oil eases the muscles of the respiratory system and helps to thin mucous. It also supports kidney and liver health and helps flush excess fluid from the body. Many people also love to add it to their skin care routine to help reduce blemishes and soften skin. Finally, copaiba is excellent for assisting with emotional clearing while providing grounding and protection.

Constituent Highlight

Copaiba essential oil contains high levels of beta-caryophyllene, which helps create a relaxing atmosphere when diffused or applied topically. It also acts as a powerful antioxidant and can even relieve muscle tension and soreness. Learn more about beta-caryophyllene here.

Who Should Use Copaiba Essential Oil?

This mild essential oil is suitable for children, adults, children, and even pets. It’s relaxing attributes can be enjoyed by diffusing or applying topically. You may also want to try copaiba for reducing topical irritations and soothing sore muscles.

Companion Products

For persons wanting to amp up their after-workout care, check out Cool Azul Pain Relief Cream. You can also diffuse it with cinnamon bark or cedarwood to create a warm, inviting space.

Don’t Have Copaiba Essential Oil?

If you’re looking for another essential oil to replace copaiba, try good old frankincense. While it doesn’t have beta-caryophyllene, it is another essential oil that is steam distilled from a resin and has some similar properties.

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