camphor oil


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camphor oil

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The oil obtained by steam distillation from the wood of the camphor tree and used to produce natural camphor.
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Noun1.camphor oil - oil distilled from camphor resin
oil - a slippery or viscous liquid or liquefiable substance not miscible with water
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They include Calming Balm, which has lavender and tea tree oil to induce relaxation; Muscle Balm, which includes peppermint and camphor oil to soothe aching joints; Recovery Balm, which is meant for overnight, long-lasting application; and Shea Butter Citrus Balm, which delivers bright, fruity aromatherapy.
Last year they stuck burning candles in my ears and rubbed camphor oil into my buttocks, but the washing machine still didn't work.
[15,17] Camphor oil as analgesic if applied locally, it possesses actions such as Daf'e Ta'affun (anti.septic), Muharrik (stimulant), and Khushk kunanda (dessicant); therefore, dilates the blood vessels if applied locally.
In 1078, camphor oil featured as a tribute item presented by Srivijaya to the Chinese court.
The whole tree provides camphor oil, which causes convulsions in mammals.
But if you want to take it a notch higher, add some coconut and camphor oil to the concoction and let your hair soak it in overnight before washing off.
Leila Landim spent more than a week in intensive care, hooked up to apparatus to help her breathe, after grabbing and drinking camphor oil which is used in chest rubs.