A healing and protective oil from the seeds of the Carapa guianensis tree for multiple applications
Traditionally used by the inhabitants of the Amozona region
- For medicinal purposes (skin injuries, irritations)
- For repelling insects
The oil is used by the Indians to help treat muscular tension and joint problems, and as a preventative against cellulite. It’s also used to protect against insects such as fleas, ticks and especially mosquitoes (gnats).
Links to blog articles about Carapa guianensis:
👉 Andiroba seed oil – The effect of the precious oil from the Amazon
👉 Andiroba oil against ticks – Can Andiroba oil for dogs be a natural wonder weapon?
👉 All vermin and tick repellents here