Pachakarpooram(Cinnamomum camphora)-200gm

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Paccha karpooram

Camphor tree whose botanical name is “Cinnamomum camphora

Common name: Camphor Tree, Camphorwood, Camphor laurel

Hindi:  Kapur

Kannada: chandara, davala, dhavala, kappara, kapura

Malayalam: chutakkarpuram, ghanarasam, himamsu, himavaluka

Tamil: chukantamaram

Telugu: candramu, candrasanguyamu

DESCRIPTION:

Camphor Tree is a large evergreen tree that grows up to 20-30 m tall. The leaves have a glossy, waxy appearance and smell of camphor when crushed. Alternately arranged 1-4 in long oval leaves dangle from long stalks. Each leaf has three distinct yellowish veins. The outer margins of the leaves tend to be somewhat wavy and turn upward. The new foliage starts out a rusty burgundy color, but the leaves soon turn dark green on the upper sides and paler green underneath. New branches emerging from the shallowly fissured grayish brown trunk are smooth and green. Twigs are usually green, but may be tinged with red when young. The inconspicuous tiny cream colored flowers are borne in the spring on branching 3 in flower stalks. They are followed by large crops of fruit, comprised of round pea sized berries attached to the branchlets by cuplike little green cones. The berries first turn reddish, then ripen to black. Camphor tree can be readily identified by the distinctive odor of a crushed leaf. Camphor Tree is native to China, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, and adjacent parts of East Asia. It is now cultivated in many parts of the world.

BENEFITS:

It helps to Reduces Nervous Disorders

It helps to Reduces Arthritis Pain

It helps to Relieves Congestion

Assist in Preventing Fungal Infection

It helps to Prevent Respiratory Diseases

It helps to reduces Digestive Problem

 

 

Description

Paccha karpooram

Camphor tree whose botanical name is “Cinnamomum camphora

Common name: Camphor Tree, Camphorwood, Camphor laurel

Hindi:  Kapur

Kannada: chandara, davala, dhavala, kappara, kapura

Malayalam: chutakkarpuram, ghanarasam, himamsu, himavaluka

Tamil: chukantamaram

Telugu: candramu, candrasanguyamu

DESCRIPTION:

Camphor Tree is a large evergreen tree that grows up to 20-30 m tall. The leaves have a glossy, waxy appearance and smell of camphor when crushed. Alternately arranged 1-4 in long oval leaves dangle from long stalks. Each leaf has three distinct yellowish veins. The outer margins of the leaves tend to be somewhat wavy and turn upward. The new foliage starts out a rusty burgundy color, but the leaves soon turn dark green on the upper sides and paler green underneath. New branches emerging from the shallowly fissured grayish brown trunk are smooth and green. Twigs are usually green, but may be tinged with red when young. The inconspicuous tiny cream colored flowers are borne in the spring on branching 3 in flower stalks. They are followed by large crops of fruit, comprised of round pea sized berries attached to the branchlets by cuplike little green cones. The berries first turn reddish, then ripen to black. Camphor tree can be readily identified by the distinctive odor of a crushed leaf. Camphor Tree is native to China, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, and adjacent parts of East Asia. It is now cultivated in many parts of the world.

BENEFITS:

It helps to Reduces Nervous Disorders

It helps to Reduces Arthritis Pain

It helps to Relieves Congestion

Assist in Preventing Fungal Infection

It helps to Prevent Respiratory Diseases

It helps to reduces Digestive Problem

 

 

Additional information
Weight 200 g