While the Food and Drug Association hasn’t officially approved the classification of Isoborneol as medicinal yet, many eastern medicines have embraced it long ago. The Japanese medicinal practice called moxibustion involves burning mugwort, a plant heavy in Isoborneol, near the skin. The Chinese use Isoborneol flakes as Bingpain, an extensively studied therapeutic. Other traditional Chinese medicines appear in many products; essential oils, topical salves, creams, etc. These serve a vast range of purposes; soothing stomachs, reducing inflammation, and assisting in skin healing. This terpene has the powerful scent of a mix between cinnamon and menthol.

 Piney  Camphor

    • Name- Isoborneol
    • Other Names-  
    • Sources- Camphor 
    • Organoleptics (taste & smell)- cinnamon, mentholic 
    • Therapeutic Uses - Anti-coagulant,  anti-inflammatory 
    • Organic - Yes 
    • Solvent Free- Yes
    • Kosher- Yes
    • Halal- Yes
    • Food Grade- Yes
    • Fillers- None