More about Camphor (Cinnamomum Camphora)
Camphor is the white crystalline substance obtained from the Cinnamomum camphora tree, native to China, Japan and adjuntas parts of East Asia, its penetrating and fragrant odor is a preventive known of moths and other insects, such as Woodworm.
The wide variety of uses off Camphor. It has been, and is still used in the Mahashiva Ratri celebrations of Shiva, India. It burns cold without leaving a residue of ash. In the 19th century, there was a great demand for him in the use of celluloid. Other modern uses include moth repellent and other anti-insect products, embalming, fireworks. Is is an active ingredient in vapor-steam products.
The fragrance from Camphor is said to increase the flow of Prana, open up the senses and bring clarity to ones mind, and awakens perception. Powerful and penetrating are two words to describe its unique fragrance.
The fragrance increases the flow of Prana, opens the senses and brings clarity to the mind, and awakens perception. Powerful and penetrating are two words to describe the unique fragrance of Camphor, but beware! It is poisonous if ingested in large quantities.