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Melaleuca cajuputi, a tree species within the family “Myrtaceae”, is an important economic tree in southern Thailand. It is a multipurpose tree in that every part is usable, and the local people have been recognized its usefulness for a long time. Stems of M. cajuputi are used for structural post, fuel wood, charcoal production, fence, platform, fishing rod, agricultural pole and stake etc. Wood is used for construction and bark is for siding, roofing, boat-sealing material and dying etc. Leaves are used as medicinal purposes and sources of cajuputi oil, which is an essential ingredient in the production of balm, shampoo and insect repellant lotion.
Cajeput oil is also used to treat colds, headaches, toothache, and tumors, to loosen phlegm so it can be coughed up (as an expectorant), and as a tonic. Some people apply cajeput oil to the skin for mites (scabies) and a fungal infection of the skin (tinea versicolor).
For your muscle and joint pain: The soothing anti-inflammatory, muscle relaxant and sedative qualities of Cajeput Oil enhance the effectiveness of our miraculous Cannabis Sativa Hemp Balm.