Bhimseni Camphor Benefit
Natural camphor also known as desi camphor, BHEEMSENI CAMPHOR is a natural product. This camphor is obtained from the leaves, bark and wood of the camphor tree in the form of white colored crystals by distillation. The biological name of the camphor tree is Cinnamomum camphora (Cinnamomum camphora). Shiny, smooth leaves are found on this tree, which when crushed gives the aroma of camphor. BHEEMSENI CAMPHOR(KAPOOR) has many benifits, Although the use of camphor is used in worship, but due to its many beneficial properties, it is also used in making curative medicine.
Many Bhimseni Camphor Benefit Are There
1. Rich in Antimicrobial Properties:-
BHEEMSENI CAMPHOR has anti-inflammatory properties, prevents bacterial infection in small wounds produced in the body, antibacterial and antimicrobial are found in camphor, due to which it is effective in treating wounds, boils or small injuries in the body. Due to its antibacterial and antimicrobial properties, it destroys the effect of fungus on our skin and is effective for skin related diseases.
2. Use in Havan Puja :-
In our India, mostly camphor is used for Havan worship, you can use Bhimseni camphor in Havan worship, by burning Bhimseni camphor in Havan worship, the atmosphere is pure, calm and its aroma is beneficial for our body.
3. Relief from cold :-
With the change of season, most of the people fall prey to cold and flu. Cold is such a problem in which no one feels like working due to the problem of runny nose, headache and phlegm. In this situation, mixing Bhimseni camphor with clove and taking its fragrance gives us relief from cold. Putting Bhimseni camphor in hot water and smelling the steam emanating from it, it is beneficial in diseases related to cough and cold.
4. Beneficial for hair :-
Bhimseni Kapoor removes the problem of hair, often due to dandruff on the surface of our scalp, the problem of hair weakening and hair fall starts, Bhimseni camphor mixed with coconut oil can be applied to the scalp. Applying on the surface removes the problem of dandruff
5. Can I eat camphor?
Not every type of camphor is edible. Edible camphor is used in Ayurvedic medicine to make medicine. Therefore, instead of using camphor directly, it is advisable to use it only as an Ayurvedic medicine after consulting an Ayurvedic doctor.