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How to distinguish the natural form the sytheric ones. why choose Tangreens natural borneol? Natural borneol has the optical rotation, can be divided into D-Borneol and L-Borneol. Both of them are extracted from natural leaves.

Synthetic borneol has no optical rotation, is mainly used camphor, turpentine as the main raw material by chemical processing and synthesis, out of the camphor also contains a large number of isoborneol. Isoborneol is the epimers of borneol. Natural borneol mainly contains borneol, but synthetic borneol mainly containing borneol and isoborneol.

Why to choose Tangreens Natural Borneol? Extracted from natural fresh leaves of camphor, not contain the isoBorneol which has toxic side effects. Choose Natural Borneol, Choose Healtier.
The difference among CAS No. 464-43-7, CAS No. 464-45-7 and CAS No. 507-70-0 The molecular structure are the same, but different optical rotation, similar pharmacy function, but because of different sources of impurities, byproducts are different.
CAS No. 464-43-7: D-Borneol (Dextro), is natural borneol, extracted from the fresh leaves of camphor. Purity is higher than L-borneol and more enviromental friendly.
CAS No. 464-45-7: L-Borneol (Latvo), derived from lychee plants ornithic resin processing products or from camphor transformants.
CAS No. 507-70-0: Borneol (synthetic borneol), which has toxic side effects.

Here is a form which shows the details of the comparison among D-Borneol Natural, L-Borneol Natural and Synthetic Borneol. Please click this link: http://www.tangreens.com/Article/thecomparisona.html
Borneol: Another Powerful Cancer Killing Terpene Borneol is one of the 200 aromatic terpenes that may appear in a particular example of the more than 6,000 strains of cannabis on the market. Like other terpenes, it is characterized by a strong medical efficacy. Borneol has been found to relieve pain, slow bacterial growth, reduce inflammation, and even inhibit fungal growth. In addition, it's an anti-oxidant, and even functions as an anticoagulant, meaning it helps prevent strokes. But that's not all.

Borneol: Aroma + medicine

Borneol has been used as a medicine for thousands of years. Chinese doctors have employed it for millennia in acupuncture. Experimentation with borneol in western medicine was first conducted by Dr. Ralph Stockman at Edinburgh University in 1888.

Like all terpenes, one of Borneol’s primary functions is the conveyance of aroma. This special terpene carries an herbal, woody scent that is often described as resembling camphor or balsam.

The odor produced by all terpenes is an evolutionary defense on the part of the cannabis plant to protect it from predators and pests, most of which find it to be toxic or offensive (which is excellent, because it means more sun grown organic cannabis for the humans).

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