Botanical Name Melaleuca Cajupati.
General Name Cajeput Oil
The highly enticing Cajeput Oil is thin and almost colorless liquid with slight shades of yellow or green and has spicy camphor medicinal scent and feels warm on touching. It is used as a prime ingredient in decongestants, inhalants or inflammation remedies. This oil is prepared through steam distillation process from the flowers and twigs of the cajeput tree (Melaleuca leucadendra). As a member of melaleuca family it contains antiseptic, decongestant, antibacterial, astringent, and stimulant properties. Cajeput is a small tree having alternate leaves, most frequently vertical and narrow- lanceolate.
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Method of Extraction and part of Plant Used It is extracted flowers and twigs of the cajeput tree through steam distillation method.
Properties Colorless to light yellow in color.
Bergamot, angelica, geranium, thyme and clove oils.
Aroma Spicy camphor medicinal odor
Integrant y-terpinene, a-terpinene, a-pinene, b-pinene, terpinolene, etc
Precautions Avoid during pregnancy.
Soluble in alcohol and oils. Insoluble in water.
0.900 - 0.921 @ 20 C
-4.0 - +1.0 @ 20 C
1.463 - 1.472 @ 20 C
48 C Tag Closed Cup
Cajeput Oil is used to alleviate pain and muscular aches which is caused due to arthritis and rheumatism. This essential oil is widely accepted amongst aged people who suffer from the joints pains. Due to its skin-friendly property, it is helpful in treating various skin problems such as acne, scars, pimples, signs of aging and many others. Moreover, it is a well-known insect repellent therefore helps you to keep at bay from bugs, lice and fleas.
The fascinating Cajeput Oil is obtained from the flowers and twigs of the cajeput tree through the process of steam distillation. Cajeput is also known as White Tea Tree oil. Earlier, it was used in Malay Archipelago, Australia, areas of Indonesia called Sulawesi for its analgesic and antiseptic properties. After its introduction to the Europe in the 17th century, Cajeput oil is prescribed for everything from urinary infections to the respiratory problems. Nowadays, it is widely used to treat colds and flu, nasal & sinus congestion.
Works wonderfully on skin★★★★★
I came to know about the benefits of cajeput oil while surfing the internet. Due to its powerful skin friendly properties, I purchased cajeput oil from Natural Indian Oils. The oil was of good and quality and delivered on time. It helped me to regain the actual moisture of my skin. Now, my skin is more soft and supple. Highly recommended!! By: Laurel