Borneol offers many healing components, as well as enhancing the therapeutic effects of certain drugs, including for the brain, or to enhance certain cancer treatments. Native to Borneo, China and Japan, it is now found frequently in southeast Asia, and elsewhere as well. The Camphor Tree, having the highest amount of Borneol in nature, was first introduced in Florida in 1875. Borneol is also found in ginger, mint, mugwort, rosemary, thyme, and other plants. Its distinct menthol or camphor scent is hard to miss. 
Borneol’s use was first recorded in 659 BC to dispel pathogenic factors in the abdomen and chest. It's even used to repel insects, for colognes, perfumes, soaps, detergents, mosquito and parasitic related ailments and more. An amazing range of benefits! 

Borneol is added to various Jampha products to help the body heal from such ailments as: 
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