CAJUPUT MALUKU | Melaleuca Cajuputi | KAYU PUTIH AMBON
Size : 2 ml
Price : $0.73
- Brand: DDistillers
- Product Code: BA00821
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Size : 2 ml
Price : $0.73
- Cajeput essential oil is used as an expectorant to treat cough, colds and headaches.
- People apply it to the skin for mites and fungal infection.
- It is used as an ingredient in skin formulations.
- This oil is useful in many end products or conditions. It is supplied by the established cajeput essential oil bulk manufacturers.
- Any kind of dental problems like gum disorders, toothache, bad breath, and sensitivity can be treated with use of Cajeput essential oil.
- When applied during rheumatism, it can alleviate joint or muscle pain.
- It has anti-inflammatory properties and hence can give relief during headache, sprains, and minor cuts.
- It protects the body from every kind of fungal infection as it has antifungal properties.
- Cajeput essential oil can also be very beneficial during tumours by eliminating harmful toxins from the body.
Distillation at multiple temperatures : https://e-journal.politanisamarinda.ac.id/index.php/jurnalloupe/article/view/255
Chemical composition and antibacterial activity : http://litbang.kemenperin.go.id/biopropal/article/view/6509
Inhibitory activities of COVID-19 : https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7300966/
Chemical constituents and the composition of Cajeput essential oil
differ according to the places of production. The major compounds
present in cajeput essential oil include: 1,8-Cineole (41.1–70.8%),
a-Terpineol (6.5–8.7%), p-Cymene (0.7–6.8%), Terpinolene (0–5.9%),
g-Terpinene (1.2–4.6%), (þ)-Limonene (3.8–4.1%), Linalool (2.7–3.6%),
a-Pinene (2.1–3.2%), b-Caryophyllene (0.7–2.5%), b-Myrcene (0.9–2.0%),
a-Caryophyllene (0.5–1.6%), b-Pinene (0.8–1.5%), Terpinen-4-ol
(0.6–1.5%), b-Selinene (0–1.5%), a-Selinene (0–1.5%), and Guaiol
(0–1.2%). The 1,8-Cineole content primarily determines the biological
activity of the cajeput essential oil.
Renowned for its beautiful foliage, exotic flowers, and attractively fibrous white bark, cajeput essential oil is one of the best-kept secrets in aromatherapy. Reached for this oil for its piercing and clarifying scent to help re-enliven the mind, improve concentration, and awaken the senses after activities in a long day. It’s also one of must-have oils in homemade sore muscle balms and salves as it soothes tension, tightness, and soreness in the muscles and has been especially helpful in controlling sciatic pain. Whatever your reason, whether it be mental, emotional, or physical, cajeput essential oil is sure to alleviate what ails you.
This information is only for the use of education and is not meant for
replacing any prescribed medicines or professional medical advice or for
diagnosing any kind of health conditions.
Never ingest essential oils and do remember to dilute them in appropriate carrier oils like Jojoba or Coconut oil. This is due to the fact that organic and unadulterated essential oils are highly concentrated liquids and direct application of essential oils on the skin may lead to allergic reactions. Due care should be taken if you are a nursing mother or carrying. Keep out of reach of children.
Discussion with your healthcare practitioner before taking your call on the suitable essential oils for your state of health and unique individual constitution.
Halal Certificate: 15240067741220
Export Documents: COO, COA, GCMS, MSDS, Phitosanitary
Cajeput essential oil is made by extracting oils from fresh leaves and twigs through steam distillation method. The oil is rich in anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, analgesic, anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties which make it a natural substitute to treat severe body disorders.
Extraction Method: Steam distillation
Source of Material: Leaves and twigs
Main Constituents: 1,8-Cineole
Color: Colorless to yellow clear
Odor: Fresh, robust, fruity, and camphor-like
Solubility: Soluble in alcohol
Well Blending: Thyme, Cedarwood, Clove Bud, Rosemary, Origanum, Labdanum essential oils.
Origin: Indonesia (Ambon)
Various: Cajeput Maluku
Downstream Products: Herbal remedies for coughs, colds and headaches, telon oil, rubbing oil, massage oil, insecticide, anti-fungal & bacterial, nasal sinusitis mucus, aromatherapy inhalation relief, prevention and relief of Covid symptoms.
Volume: 2 ml, 5 ml, 10 ml, 50 ml, 100 ml, 500 ml, 1 L, 2 L, 5 L, 20 L, 30 L
Packaging, Weight, & Size: Attached
Product Category: Single Essential Oil Pure 100%
Product Code: A-015-SBI-DD-SEO-CPL
Vernacularly called Cajeput or White Samet, Melaleuca Cajeputi is a large tree which grows up to 100 ft. Cajeput trees are evergreen and can reach up to 30 meters in height. They usually have a whitish, spongy bark with a crooked trunk. This evergreen tree of myrtle family is indigenous to Indonesia. It blooms white, cream, or pale yellow coloured flowers at the tip of every branch.
Indonesia is one of the largest producers of cajeput oil and is also the largest consumers. It can be found close to shorelines on the island of Pulau Buru in Maluku and in some parts of Central Maluku. Indonesia produces around 325 - 350 MT per annum, making it one of Indonesia's largest produced essential oils by volume.
Primarily used in massage oils, it is also used for its remedial qualities in treating stomach aches, common cold, nausea and insect bites. More than 90% of the oil produced is consumed locally by the pharma industry. Cajeput is Indonesia's answer to China's Eucalyptus. Both used across similar applications cajeput is also common in other South East Asian countries.
In Malaysia and other Indonesia islands, cajeput was considered a valuable treatment for cholera, colds, flu, headaches, rheumatism, throat infections, toothache, sore muscles, and for various skin conditions. It was highly regarded for its antiseptic, carminative, and analgesic properties.
Australian aborigines used it thus: Cajeput has been used by the aborigines on Groote Eylandt for the treatment of aches and pains. The leaves are crushed in the hand and rubbed on. Sometimes, young leaves and twigs are crushed and steeped in hot water, the liquid is used to bathe the affected area, and the rest is poured over the head. Crushed leaves are sniffed to cure headache.
Cajeput was first introduced to Europe in the 17th century, and the oil was an expensive and rare commodity until the Dutch gained territory in the Moluccas (the believed origin of cajeput).
It is thought that cajeput was first mentioned in The Natural History of Simple Drugs by Dr. G Guibourt in 1876. He described the properties of cajeput as antiseptic for intestinal issues, dysentery, enteritis, urinary complaints, cystitis, and infections of the urethra.
Nowadays, cajeput essential oil is widely used for respiratory conditions to alleviate respiratory discomfort and distress, especially nasal and chest congestion. It is also used as an effective topical pain reliever for injury, arthritis, gout, back pain, sciatica, neuralgia, and neuritis.
|Source of Material||
Source of Material: Leaves and twigs, Origin: Indonesia (Maluku/Ambon)
Color: Colorless to yellow clear Odor: Fresh, robust, fruity, and camphor-like
Soluble in alcohol
|Level of note||
Thyme, Cedarwood, Clove Bud, Rosemary, Origanum, Labdanum essential oils.; Thyme, Cedarwood, Clove Bud, Rosemary, Origanum, Labdanum essential oils.
|Downstream product application||
Herbal medicine for coughs, colds, and headaches, telon oil, rubbing oil, massage oil, anti-insect lotion, antifungal & bacterial, sinusitis mucus gurah media via nose, aromatherapy respiratory lozenges, prevention and relief of Covid symptoms.
Keep the essential oil in amber dark glass bottles. Store them in cool place and keep away from sunlight and heat.
|Allergies and general precautions||
General Precautions :