100% pure and naturalThe ravintsara has the botanical name cinnamomum camphora and in French the camphor. The word ravintsara literally means the good leaf, which has long been used in Madagascar for its medicinal properties. Ravintsara essential oil was first extracted in 1775. This tree with reddish brown bark 20 to 30 m high grows in the Central Highlands of the island.
- Antiviral ++++ (α-terpineol, 1,8-cineole (eucalyptol)): it is the essential antiviral oil par excellence… the most effective and the safest for all ages! It is both anti-infectious and antibiotic and limits the risk of superinfection.
- Immunostimulant ++++ (α-terpineol): Ravintsara essential oil stimulates the adrenal glands, responsible for the immune response.
- Broad Spectrum Antibacterial +++ (α-terpineol, 1,8-cineole (eucalyptol), sabinene): the essential oil of Ravintsara is antibacterial and anti mycobacterial. Its spectrum of action is very broad.
- Expectorant +++ (1,8-cineole (eucalyptol)): it facilitates coughing, that is to say the expulsion of what obstructs the bronchi.
- broad spectrum antifungal
- brain tonic
- physical tonic
- muscle relaxant
- Latin name: Cinnamomum camphora L.
- Botanical family: Lauraceae
- Distilled part: leaves
- Country of origin: Madagascar
- 1,8-cineole (eucalyptol): 50 to 60%
- sabinene: 10 to 18%
- α-terpineol: 5 to 11%
- Density at 20 ° C: 0.900 to 0.920
- Refractive index at 20 ° C: 1.460 to 1.470
- Rotary power at 20 ° C: -25 ° to -15 °
- Flash point: + 50 ° C
- Appearance: limpid mobile liquid
- Color: colorless to light yellow
- Odor: fresh, spicy, sweet, eucalyptol, balsamic
- Viral infections of all types, especially the respiratory tract (flu, cold)
- Hepatitis, mononucleosis, shingles, gastroenteritis
- Great physical and mental fatigue
- Sleep problems
In case of respiratory or skin viral infection, use 6 to 8 drops of essential oil of ravintsara 4 times a day in massage or friction.
For the prevention of viral diseases, apply 2 pure drops of essential oil of ravintsara on the wings of the nose during the day, under the arch of the foot and on the thorax in the evening, to be done 4 or 5 times a day but not to exceed the 2 months of use. In case of fatigue or convalescence, apply 4 to 6 pure drops of essential oil of ravintsara along the plexus or the spine morning and evening. You can also add 3 drops of ravintsara essential oil previously diluted in milk, salt or vegetable oil in your bath. You will find better sleep.
For viral diseases, nervous disorders and general fatigue, swallow 2 pure drops of essential oil of ravintsara in a teaspoon of honey, to be repeated 3 times a day.
Prepare a mixture of 2 drops of ravintsara essential oil with other oils to diffuse for 15 to 30 minutes.
Take 3 drops of ravintsara essential oil in a bowl of hot water by inhalation 2 times a day.
By the cutaneous route, 3 drops of Ravintsara on the wrists and to breathe deeply, in prevention, once a day, during the periods at risk. Take a week break after three weeks of use.
Same use as above, but by diluting Ravintsara essential oil at 10% in a vegetable oil, ideally hazelnut oil (1 dose of essential oil + 9 doses of vegetable oil).
Please seek medical advice before using Ravintsara essential oil for people with asthma.
Please seek medical advice before use for people with epilepsy because of the high dose epileptogenic risk it presents.
Beyond several days of use, pay attention to possible drug interference.
There is a risk of addiction during prolonged use.
Ravintsara essential oil contains few allergenic biochemical components.
- limonene (≤ 2%)
- linalool (≤ 0.5%)
- geraniol (≤ 0.5%)
Note: It is best to test the essential oil before using it (two drops in the crook of the elbow for at least 24 hours to check that there is no reaction).