Fresh cajeput tree leaves are steam distilled to create cajeput oil (Melaleuca leucadendra). This essential oil is used in huge medication and in food Industries.
There is no reliable scientific evidence to support the use of cajeput oil for illnesses including skin infections, soreness, headaches, toothaches, colds, congestion, or headaches in general.
Cajeput oil should not be confused with niaouli oil or tea tree oil (Melaleuca alternifolia) (Melaleuca viridiflora).
How to Make Cajeput Oil?
We AOS Products Private Limited is one of the Biggest Manufacturer of Pure and Natural Cajeput Oil in India. We use the best industrial process “Steam Distillation” to obtain 100% Pure and Accurate Oil. For more about our manufacturing process, Certifications, etc. visit our corporate website.
The leaves and branches of cajeput trees are distilled to produce cajeput essential oil. Cajeput trees are native to tropical areas of Australia and Southeast Asia and are a subtype of the melaleuca tree. In addition to these names, cajeput is also known as kajuput, melaleuca cajuputi, and Minyak kayu putih.
To check the purity of this amazing oil is the same as other types of Essential Oils. Let’s share some major steps to identify the purity of the oil:
We AOS Products manufacture 100% Pure and Natural Cajeput Oil in India and supply to worldwide for 3 emerging zones of FMCG like for Food, Pharma, and Cosmetic Industries.
It is effective at preventing infections and acts as a fungicide, antiviral, and bactericide. Cajeput oil is frequently used in cuisine, medicine, and as over-the-counter treatments for colds, sore throats, discomfort, headaches, etc.
In extremely small amounts, cajeput oil is used as a flavoring in foods and beverages.
Cajeput oil is used to create aromas for spray perfumes, cosmetics, soaps, and detergents. The oil has antispasmodic, anthelminthic, expectorant, carminative, and anti-microbial properties when used therapeutically.
Side Effects of Cajeput Oil:
➥ When administered orally: When used as a food flavoring, very little amounts of cajeput oil are LIKELY SAFE. There isn't enough trustworthy information available to determine the safety of taking cajeput oil in higher doses as medicine or what possible negative effects there might be.
➥ When skin contact is made: When applied to unbroken skin, cajeput oil is POSSIBLY SAFE for the majority of people. Some individuals may experience allergic responses after applying cajeput oil to their skin.
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