Friday, July 11, 2014

Young Living Copaiba Essential Oil

Today I want to tell you about Copaiba Oil.  I expect you've never heard of it. But like a lot of products that come out of the rain forests it's been used for years by the indigenous people to heal and maintain a healthy body.  Please read and let me know if you think this could help you

Using The Powerful Copaiba Essential Oil

From the heart of the Amazon jungles of Brazil, copaiba oleo resin is tapped directly from the tree. 

Copaiba oil, pronounced Co-pa-ee-ba,  has  diuretic, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, expectorant, disinfectant, and stimulant capabilities.
Healers and curanderos in the Amazon of Brazil rely on
copaiba to treat chronic pain, and it is used as a topical
anti-inflammatory agent for all types of skin irritations and
infections. They also employ the oil as a strong antiseptic
and expectorant for the respiratory tract (including
bronchitis and sinusitis) and as an anti-inflammatory and
antiseptic for the urinary tract (for cystitis, bladder, and
kidney infections).

In Peruvian traditional medicine, three or four drops of the resin are mixed with a spoonful of honey and taken as a natural sore throat remedy. Peruvian traditional medicine also uses copaiba in the treatment of a wide range of ailments, including urinary problems, stomach ulcers, stomach aches, gastritis, infections, bronchitis, herpes, tuberculosis, antiseptic, arthritis, cellular mutations, tumors, Fibromyalgia, and pain.

Of all essential oils studied, copaiba contains 55%,  the highest levels of a sesquiterpene known as beta caryophyllene, which exerts powerful anti-inflammatory action as well as anti-ulcer and gastroprotecive properties. And according to researchers at the University of Quebec, caryophyllene also has other biological properties, such as "antibiotic, antioxidant, anti-carcinogenic and local anesthetic activities.

In a 2004 review of over two dozen essential oils
published in the International Journal of Aromatherapy
copaiba was ranked second-highest in ability to block
a compound involved in systemic inflammation:
5-lipoxygenase. It ranked much higher than helichrysum
and German chamomile, two other potent
anti-inflammatory essential oils.
Marc Schreuder said that copaiba was helichrysum on steroids. He has been studying copaiba for eight years and says it is his number one favorite oil with frankincense coming in at number two.

I'm taking it as a supplement for Diabetes and Blood Pressure.  I just put the drops in some juice

How to use:
Dietary supplement:  Put 2 drops in a capsule.  Take 3
times daily or as needed.

Topical:  Apply 2-4 drops directly to desired area.
Dilution not required, except for the most sensitive skin.
Use as needed.

Aromatic: Diffuse up to one hour 3 times a day.

Copaiba  Amplifies the effect of any Essential Oil
Combining Copaiba for additive effects:
Peppermint + Copaiba = Peppermint  x4
Cypress + Copaiba = Cypress  x5
Thieves + Copaiba = Thieves  x3
Oregano + Copaiba = Oregano  x 4
Peace and Calming + Copaiba =  Slumber Party

Copaiba and Lavender are also great together.

Copaiba order code  #3431 at my Young Living website

Morphine Bomb Recipe - Pain Relief Recipe  created by Carla Green
5 drops Frankincense
5 drops Balsam Fir
5 drops Copaiba
Put each oil in a capsule and use as often as needed