camphor oil


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Related to camphor oil: castor oil, eucalyptus oil, menthol
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oil distilled from camphor resin

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Injection of camphor oil and sodium camphosulfonate are prescribed in case of cardiac collapse.
Thirdly, the appearance of camphor oil by the late eleventh century, produced from the distillation of Blumea balsamifera, indicates that the competition for a slice of the Chinese market had by this time begun to include Southeast Asian areas where Blumea balsamifera occurred, such as large parts of Island Southeast Asia and the Philippines.
In bygone years, a lump of camphor would be kept in a bottle of brandy to revive the spirits of those exposed to freezing temperatures, and in warmer climates a liniment made from a few drops of camphor oil in a cup of olive oil would be used to massage those suffering from lumbago, fibrocitis, neuralgia and chest and muscle pain.
| BEAUTIFUL BABY GIRL: Leila Landim spent more than a week in intensive care after drinking camphor oil
The Valet barbers, in Croydon, offers an epic PS35 styling treatment for "weightier beards", including a geranium gel soak, a camphor oil wax and an application of sandalwood beard oil accompanied by a cold blow dry, to set the styling.
Aqua (spring water), menthol crystals, glycerin (vegetable derived), phenoxyethanol, capyrylyl glycol, chlorophensin, carbomer, triethanolamine, isopropyl alcohol, allentoin, aloe vera (aloe barbadensis) pure spearmint essential oil (mentha viridis), camphor oil (cinnamomum camphora), peppermint oil (mentha piperita), rosemary oil (rosmarinus officinalis), tea tree (melaleuca altemfolia) C.I.
Most herbal compounds used are with anti-inflammatory benefits such as licorice, green tea, oatmeal, lavender, chamomile, tea tree oil, and camphor oil. Some of these have proven benefits but some might aggravate rosacea.
Results obtained in this study show that the use of air saturated and laden vapor of the commercial brand of "Abu Faz" oil (menthol + camphor oil + methyl salicylate) 100% inhibited the growth of Paecilomyces lilacinus, Paecilomyces variotii and Penicillium purpurogenum.
Moreover, consumers look for substitutes such as fruit peel and camphor oil.
Camphor oil ([C.sub.10][H.sub.16]O) was chosen as the precursor due to its advantageous over any other precursor, as the single camphor molecule contains 9 [sp.sup.3] carbon atoms [12].