Buy Original Bhimseni Kapoor
Ayurvedic medicine since ancient times. Camphor is burnt in a display of the lamp naturally formed in the stems of dryobalanops camphora (Modern herbal camphor, Bhimseni Kapoor) Cinnamomum agasthyamalayanum in Indian language.
It does not leave any ash after burning.
Easy to burn long-lasting flame with a nice aroma and insect repellent fragrance.
Helps in respiratory-related disorder people with nice smell of desi Kapoor.
Bhimseni Kapoor or Camphor
Unlike synthetic camphor, is a Pacha Kapoor, i.e., edible camphor. It is derived from the Cinnamomum Camphora, i.e., Kapoor tree.
Food grade can be consumed in limited quantities only.
Infection and Insect natural repellent
Best Natural products help bring in positive energy at home and removes negative energy if burnt daily to the deity. Apart from spiritual benefits, it helps in keeping insects away.
We offer naturally made Bhimseni camphor. A task force, led by our founder, dedicated two years researching and touring the nation to find farmers who use traditional and natural techniques of production.
Easy to use
Bhimseni camphor is commonly used in making Ayurveda-based herbal medicines. In India, Bhimseni camphor is eaten in a ‘Paan.’
Bhimseni camphor has been an inseparable part of home remedies and Ayurveda-based herbal medicine for ages in our homes.
Bhimseni camphor helps relieve swelling, pain, toothache, and headaches.
It helps get rid of the fungus, precisely, nail fungus.
Bhimseni camphor is known to treat insomnia and skin rashes.
Traditionally, Bhimseni camphor has been used to counter head lice.
Bhimseni camphor helps manage pain and inflammation associated with eczema.
Gives freshness the whole day. Keep your fatigue away if put in water and taken a bath. It also helps keep infection away in current pandemics.
If put on Handkerchief helps in cold and cough.
Promotes hair growth and sleep if massage with coconut oil.
Desi Camphor is easily combustible and evaporates too soon. Therefore, storing Bhimseni camphor away from heat and sunlight in a cool, dry, airtight container is necessary.
Hypersensitivity to Bhimseni Kapur is a contraindication. If you feel Skin redness and irritation, then you should avoid it.
Kids with a history of fits (febrile convulsions) should avoid it.
Pregnancy and Lactation
There are no known harmful effects regarding the use of Bhimseni Kapoor during lactation or pregnancy. Always consult your doctor before use.