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Camphor oil (464-43-7)

The essential oil of camphor is obtained during the process of extraction of camphor from two types of camphor trees.
The first one is the Common Camphor tree (Tangreens get from it), bearing the scientific name Cinnamonum Camphora, from which the D-borneol is obtained. The second variety is the Borneo Camphor tree, which is where Borneo Camphor is derived; it is scientifically known as Dryobalanops Camphora.

SPECIFICATION SHEET

Product Name Camphor oil (D-borneol essential oil)
CAS No. 8008-51-3
Botanical source Fresh leaves of cinnamonum camphora
Active ingredient D-Borneol, caryophyllene etc.
Purity ≥95.0%
Extraction Type Distillation and Solvent Extraction
Properties Light yellow volatile oily liquid, cool pungent odor, aromatic and pleasant, refreshing

Density (20/20℃)

0.915~0.960

Refractive Index (20℃)

1.470~1.480

Optical Rotation (20℃)

+10°~+35°

PACKING AND STORAGE

Packing: 25kg/drum in plastic drum,180kg/drum in galvanized steel drum or as customer’s requirement.

Shelf Life: 24 months.

Storage:

1. Stored in a cool and dry well-closed container and in ventilated area.

2. Kept away from moisture and strong sun light or high temperature.

APPLICATION

In pharmaceutical

> Applied to the affected body, can blood circulation, myogenic itching, swelling and pain, the peripheral nerve tip of the analgesia is particularly evident;

> Applied to the temple or philtrum, can be refreshing, inspiring, improve learning, work efficiency;

> Applied to the skin, can remove the old dead cells, promote collagen production, dilute the melanin, soften the scar tissue, prevent nail fork, maintenance of skin mild whitening, to prevent wrinkles, increase skin luster, dilute freckles;

In Perfume

For aromatic oil, applied to scarves, skirts, fragrant and elegant;

In Parasiticide

Camphor oil is an excellent disinfectant, insecticide and germicide.


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