Copaiba Oil

Copaifera Officinalis Resin Oil

Traditional Use & Properties*

Inflammation, Antioxidant, Oral Health,
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Copaiba Oil

Copaiba oil is an oleoresin or liquid tree resin extracted from the tree trunk of the genus Copaifera. The resin is a mixture of volatile, non-volatile and aromatic compounds and is used by indigenous people as a natural antibiotic, for severe inflammation, stomach, intestinal and urinary tract infections and parasite infestations. Fresh copaiba has the same consistency as most vegetable oils and is therefore popularly called balsam or copaiba oil rather than resin.

Copaiba: The magnificent container of magic ingredients

Copaiba: The magnificent container of magic ingredients Our Copaiba oil is completely natural, it is not diluted, and the bottling takes place directly after the harvest in our factory. It is exactly the same oil that the forest and indigenous people have been using for centuries and not the low active ingredient essential copaiba oil. Thus, unlike the essential oil, our copaiba oil contains all the terpenes and the high content of copalic acid – a basic requirement for the synergistic activity.

Copaiba oil

Copaiba Oil Our Copaiba oil comes from sustainable wild collection and is only tapped by experienced collectors. In the process, a hand drill is used to drive an opening to the center of the tree. A drip tube is placed inside and the oil that flows out is collected in food-grade containers. The pipe is then removed and the hole is sealed with clay or a charcoal-earth mixture to prevent infestation by fungi and other pests. The adult copaiba tree produces about 4 to 5 liters of the unique resin per year

Advantages of Copaiba Oil:

– Bioactive pharmaceutical grade
– Significantly higher β-caryophyllene content than hemp products.
– It is considered antiseptic, anti-inflammatory and analgesic.
– Therefore, it is perfect for dermatology and dermo cosmetics.

*All statements are based on literature references or the basis of oral tradition by indigenous peoples and are informal in nature or merely describe traditional use in the state of Amazonas. They may be derived from in vitro or animal studies and therefore, according to the EU, not proven on humans. The claims have not been evaluated by competent authorities and they do not refer to finished products. The marketer of a finished product containing AMANACI raw materials as an ingredient is responsible for ensuring that the product claims are legitimate and comply with the applicable laws and regulations of the country in which the product is sold.