It is my honor and privilege to introduce to you Copaiba oil. I want to take a moment to highlight this oil because it got screams of joy at the doTERRA conference. This oil got so many screams because it’s a high-cannabinoid essential oil, meaning it brings a lot of potent chemistry to the table. If a miracle oil existed this may very well be the closest we would get.
For centuries, South Americans have used copaiba resin to promote the health of the respiratory, digestive, urinary, cardiovascular, and immune systems. As reported by the first European settlers of Central and South America, the indigenous American Indians utilized the soothing properties of copaiba oil-resin by applying it both to their newborns and to warriors coming home from battle.1 Current research offers an explanation for the traditional use of Copaiba oil, suggesting that Copaiba essential oil is calming, soothing, and supportive to the skin and nervous system.*6,10,16-22
Copaiba essential oil soothes anxious feelings, reduces blemishes, supports the health of the cardiovascular, immune, digestive, nervous, and respiratory systems.*
Without jumping into the complicated science of it all let’s briefly discuss some of the ways to use Copaiba oil. You can diffuse it and breathe in the aroma periodically throughout the day to calm and soothe emotions and neurological activity. Copaiba can be combined with the citrus oils to elevate your mood or with Siberian Fir to trigger some relaxing vibes. Take this oil orally in a vitamin capsule morning and night for increased cellular support.
There is no such thing as a miracle oil but Copaiba sure comes close. To read more about Copaiba HERE! This oil is also available now.
doTERRA Science blog articles are based on a variety of scientific sources. Many of the referenced studies are preliminary and further research is needed to gain a greater understanding of the findings. Some articles offer multiple views on general health topics and are not the official position of doTERRA. Consult your healthcare provider before making changes to diet or exercise.