doTERRA Copaiba Touch essential oil 10mL
dōTERRA Copaiba Touch Copaifera
doTERRA Copaiba Touch is a topical roll-on product derived from the resin of Copaifera trees in Brazil and other parts of tropical South America and diluted with fractionated coconut oil.
Copaiba essential oil has the highest concentration of beta caryophyllene in the doTERRA essential oil range.
Description - doTERRA Copaiba Touch essential oil
doTERRA Copaiba Touch essential oil is derived from the resin of the copaiba tree, which can grow upwards of more than 30 metres and is found in tropical South America. Copaiba oil is widely used in cosmetic products including soaps, creams, lotions, and perfumes. Since the 16th century, copaiba essential oil has been utilised in traditional health practices by the natives of north and northeastern Brazil.
Similar to Black Pepper essential oil, Copaiba is soothing and calming to the emotions, and in this 10mL roll-on bottle can be applied topically to promote the appearance of a clear, smooth complexion.
- Promotes a clear and smooth-looking complexion.
- Assists natural skin hydration.
- Supports healthy-looking skin.
- Helps manage minor skin lesions.
Apply topically to help keep skin clean and clear. Roll on to help moisturise skin.
Directions for Use
Topical Use: Apply to desired area. See additional precautions below.
Possible skin sensitivity. Keep out of reach of children. If you are pregnant, nursing, or under a doctor’s care, consult your physician. Avoid contact with eyes, inner ears, and sensitive areas.
Copaiba essential oil, Fractionated Coconut oil
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Where does doTERRA Copaiba essential oil come from?
doTERRA sources its Copaiba essential oil in direct partnership with the growers in Brazil. The oil is shipped to doTERRA in the United States, tested, then bottled in Pleasant Grove, Utah.
doTERRA Education Page: https://www.doterra.com/US/en/education/pe/copaiba-oilPrintable information pages Australia
doTERRA product page: https://www.doterra.com/NZ/en_NZ/p/copaiba-touch-oil
doTERRA Spotlight page: https://www.doterra.com/US/en/blog/product-spotlight-copaiba-more-than-caryophyllene
Dr. Hill Discusses CBD vs. Copaiba
Published: 2019-05-22 ⏳ 13m 25s 113,470 views
Dr David Hill discusses the merits of Copaiba essential oil, compared with CBD oil products. He covers the direct and indirect effects on the CB1 and CB2 receptors as well as relative purity, potency and price.
Dr Hill and Dr Osguthorpe discuss CBD vs Beta Caryophyllene
Dr. Hill discusses Copaiba and Cannabinoid Benefits
Published: 2018-06-15 ⏳ 11m 53s 195,224 views
Dr. David K. Hill D.C., Founding Executive, Chief Medical Officer, and Chairman of the Scientific Advisory Committee at doTERRA talks about the science behind Copaiba oil. He specifically discusses the endocannabinoid system and how Copaiba oil interacts with this important system of the body.
Source to You - dōTERRA Copaiba Touch essential oil
Published: 2018-03-12 ⏳ 7m 31s 157,958 views
In early 2018, Emily Wright and Dr. David Hill traveled to Brazil to meet some of dōTERRA's sourcing partners. The first days was spent getting to know Rosimar, Josafa and Jocimar, who are second and third generation Copaiba harvesters.
The main collection season is between January and June when the water gets high enough for the harvesters to travel to the trees by boat. They then walk miles into the jungle to check on their trees and extract resin. During this trip Rosimar took Emily, Dr Hill and Ben Platt to a brand new tree, that was ready to be tapped for the first time. On the first tap, Rosimar was able to extract maybe half a litre of copaiba oil. The yield after distillation is about 50% of this.
Published: 2018-04-11 ⏳ 5m 40s 55,793 views
On Day 2 of their Copaiba sourcing trip to Northern Brazil, Emily and David Hill meet Jocimar and his family, a 3rd generation Copaiba harvester.
Behind the Bottle - dōTERRA Copaiba Touch essential oil
Published: 2019-10-29 ⏳ 3m 14s 83,067 views
Last updated 1 year ago by Richard
doTERRA works with harvesters, many of whom live along the Amazon River, who use a tree-tapping method, similar to how maple syrup is harvested, to collect the copaiba resin.
On a recent trip to the Amazon, Dr. Hill and Emily Wright were able to spend some time with the harvesters and their families. On getting to know them, it was obvious there was a need for better dental care.
One year from that visit, doTERRA works to help provide permanent care for more than 100 people in 11 different communities.