Product Description - Amazon Therapeutics Copaiba Oil Sustainable Harvest 1 fl. oz.
Copaiba Copaifera officinalis (Fabaceae)
Many species of this genus, from bushes to trees contain the valuable oleoresin, which is extracted from incisions made in the base of the tree. It exhibited moderate cytotoxic activity against four cancer cell lines (University of Bio Organics, Spain). For inflammation, it is applied directly to the site(3, p81; 8, p21). A decoction of the bark for baths is made in Venezuela for rheumatism(2, p224). Copaiba oil is mixed with honey and swallowed for throat ailments(3, p81; 2, p224), for stomach ulcers(2, p224;3, p81), sinusitis(2, p224; 8, p21), inflammation of kidneys and cystitis(2, p224), for urinary incontinence, as a diuretic and laxative. There is also reference to it as antirheumatic, expectorant and contraceptive.(2, p224)
Suggested UseLiquids:Use 5-10 drops mixed with water one to two times daily or as recommended by a practitioner.
Cautions:Use under care/advice of a medical practitioner. Not intended for long term therapy. Do not use more than recommended.
Contraindications: May cause irritation if applied to the skin or taken internally. Can irritate mucus membranes in some people. Not intended for long-term use. Not intended for pregnant or nursing women. Keep out of the reach of children.
Ingredients:100% Copaiba oil extracted from the trunk.
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|Product Type||Herbal Extract|
|Days of Use||15|
|Country of Manufacture|
|How Many Drops?||1 fl. oz. = 450 Drops|
|How Many Teaspoons?||1 fl. oz. = 6 teaspoons|
|How Many Tablespoons?||1 fl. oz. = 2 Tablespoons|
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