The essential oil (eo) copaiba is a stimulant oleoresin obtained from the trunk of several pinnate-leaved South American leguminous trees. The thick, transparent exudate varies in color from light gold to dark brown, depending on the ratio of resin to essential oil. Copaiba is used in making varnishes and lacquers.
Copaiba essential oil is obtained by steam distillation of the resin collected from four different species of Copaifera trees: Copaifera reticulata, C. officinalis, C. coriacea, and C. langsdorffii. All four of these trees are native to Central and South America. It has been described as having a spicy, woody aroma. The primary chemical constituent of Copaiba. essential oil is caryophyllene, a bicyclic sesquiterpene that is also found in Black Pepper. While caryophyllene is responsible for some of the bioactive properties of Copaiba, many other properties of the oil are attributed to diterpenes uniquely found in Copaiba.https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js
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