How to use Copaiba Essential Oil

How to use Copaiba Essential Oil

Copaiba oil comes from trees in the genus Copaifera. These are leguminous trees, and are common  in Amazon rainforest in South America.  Copaiba may be relatively new to the rest of the world, but traditionally, it has been used by the native people for at least 4 centuries.

These trees have tall trunks and branch out only at the top. They secrete a sticky, viscous liquid ( called oleoresin ). This transparent resin is then used to extract Copaiba essential oil using steam distillation process.

how to use copaiba essential oil

 

 

How do I Use Copaiba Essential Oil?

Use diluted – 50:50 dilution (one part essential oil: one part of vegetable oil). Then,

  • Apply several drops (2-4) on location
  • Apply to chakras/vitaflex points
  • Directly inhale,
  • Diffuse, or

I use Copaiba Vitality internally to support my wellness routine and the topical version as a driver with other oils to maximize their benefit.    This can enable you to use less of another more expensive oil or get larger benefits from a different oil that you are using.

Topically

Use directly on the skin NEAT (or diluted 1:1) to desired area.   Apply to VitaFlex Points – this is very effective! Dilution is not required, except for the most sensitive skin.

 

Aromatic 

Diffuse up to 1 hour three times daily

Copaiba offers security and grounding.  After researching a bit more on this oil, I just discovered this!  Always learning more – so will be diffusing more often in my home.

Did you know that the Copaiba Tree has to be at least 30 years old to produce therapeutic grade oil? It is said the optimal years are between 30 and 50.

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