Country of Origin:
Brazil or El Salvador
Balsam from tree
Strength of Aroma:
Copaiba Balsam has a very delicate aroma. It is sweet, smooth and has a creamy-woody scent.
Blends Well With:
The reasons for using the oleoresin in aromatherapy are that it does less damage to the trees, and it contains more therapeutic compounds than the distilled oil. And unlike most other oleoresins, this one is oil soluble!
This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Bottles are filled by volume. Some bottle sizes may not be filled to the top, but do contain the volume of oil specified.
On June 30, 2014
I love this oil! I had never heard of ths particular oil until a month ago, when one of my friends had an oil \"class\", which is just a fancy way of saying an oil sale for an MLM company. I went, not intending to buy anything since their prices are so much higher. They had one synergy that was for stress, and it contained copaiba. It smelled so heavenly I decided to try to recreate the formula myself. I was heartbroken when I discovered Plant Therapy did not carry the copaiba. Well, a couple of days later, I was searching for something else on the Plant Therapy website, and over to the side there was an ad that said \"New! Copaiba\" I was so excited that I ordered it right away. It came very quickly, and I used it to make my blend. I think it smells even better than the other company\'s formula. I will be ordering the big bottle next time!
Melanie Van Pypen
On May 5, 2015
Wonderful product with such great healing properties fof inflammation. Ideal paired with frankensence.
On May 5, 2015
This oil is great for inflammation and pain. I use it in a blend for a pain/arthritis cream.
On December 20, 2015
Love this oil! It is different than what I anticipated. It's just lovely. Delicate, sweet fragrance!
On September 8, 2016
Great scent and works wonders for inflammation!