Recent research is unlocking the medical potential of cannabis. CBD oil use is growing fast in the USA as states begin to acknowledge the research and will of the people as they ease laws surrounding cannabis use and production. However, not every state has caught up as of date. Luckily, there is a legal in all 50 states alternative, Copaiba essential oil. That is because like CBD, it contains beta-caryophyllene (which makes cannabis therapeutic). It even has more of it as it possesses 55% while CBD oil only has 35%.
Growing up to over 100 feet in tropical regions of South America, the Copaiba tree gives off a resin that is used in a variety of soaps, creams, lotions and perfumes. It has also been used for hundreds of years on regions of brazil medicinally as it is a powerful anti-inflammatory substance. More effective than Ibuprofen and even Cortisone.
Use Copaiba essential oil for the following ailments
Pain Relief: Works well on headaches and even migraines. It is also effective for treating wounds and injuries to the skin. It treats headaches and migraines best when used in aromatherapy or can be applied directly to muscles in pain or injuries.
Fights Infection: BCP significantly boosts immune and endocrine functions. Copaiba oil can be used topically to prevent bacteria growth in open wounds or taken internally to fight internal infections.
Improves Mood: Works great when used in aromatherapy to improve mood, reduce stress and fight anxiety.
Oral Care: Because copaiba essential oil is safe for consumption and is a powerful antibacterial agent, it can be used in the mouth to combat strep-throat (streptococcus) and other bacteria’s, tooth decay and cavities.
How Best to Use:
Topically: For acne, psoriasis, eczema and other topical applications add a few drops to a cotton ball then to the affected site.
Ingestion: It is recommended to add a few drops to an empty capsule rather then taken directly.
Aromatherapy: diffuse or inhale directly using the cupping method (a few drops in your hands and cup them over your mouth).