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Other names for Copaiba oil

The terminology of Kopaiba or Copaiba can be confusing because every Seller seek to grab a piece of the pie and give them a other Name, sometimes even invented names. The customer believes in it and thinks it’s right. But most of the times it is a commercial trick. We come now to the hard facts of Names for Copaiba:

1. Botanical name

  • Main-Group: Copaifera
    • Copaifera aromatica
    • Copaifera baumiana
    • Copaifera bracteata
    • Copaifera brasiliensis
    • Copaifera bulbotricha
    • Copaifera canime
    • Copaifera cearensis
    • Copaifera chodatiana
    • Copaifera coriacea
    • Copaifera depilis
    • Copaifera duckei
    • Copaifera elliptica
    • Copaifera epunctata
    • Copaifera glycycarpa
    • Copaifera guyanensis
    • Copaifera gynohirsuta
    • Copaifera jacquiniana
    • Copaifera jacquinii
    • Copaifera jussieui
    • Copaifera laevis
    • Copaifera langsdorffii
    • Copaifera lucens
    • Copaifera luetzelburgii
    • Copaifera magnifolia
    • Copaifera majorina
    • Copaifera malmei
    • Copaifera marginata
    • Copaifera martii
    • Copaifera mildbraedii
    • Copaifera multijuga
    • Copaifera nana
    • Copaifera oblongifolia
    • Copaifera officinalis
    • Copaifera panamensis
    • Copaifera paupera
    • Copaifera piresii
    • Copaifera pubiflora
    • Copaifera religiosa
    • Copaifera reticulata
    • Copaifera rondonii
    • Copaifera salikounda
    • Copaifera trapezifolia
    • Copaifera utilissima
    • Copaifera venezuelana

The deduction from Copaifera is then in logical consequence Copaiba which may be attributable with the Portuguese / Spanish linguistic usage. When we looks at the world-wide referred to English usage, linguistic and lexical rules is C derived from the Copaiba or Copaifera by an K. In plain language: With international practice it should be called corrected as:

KOPAIBA.


2. General trade names of Copaiba

Kopaiba Oil

International general linguistic use

Copaiba Oil

Alternative international general usage

Copaiba Balsam

The epithet ‘Balsam’ comes from a Peruvian ointment of the nineties. The ointment consisted largely of Kopaiba Oil and since the oinment became widely known world-wide, some of the reseller has taken the name. However, the usage are not known on brasil or in the whole of South America. Some people or reseller only use the name without any background-knowledge and don’t even know exactly that “Copaiba Balsam” was a ointment.

Copaiva Oil

The name was chosen in 1760 by Carl von Linné in his book “Species Plantarum, Editio Secunda, 1, 557”. However, the year 1760 is over and Copaiva was also at this moment only a synonym.

Cupayba or Copayba

Sounds and reading like a own Name creations after a bottle of wine. However, neither biology or other science knows the name of Copeiva. We say: Cheers!

The unknown Secret of Copaiba + Andiroba

A well-kept secret was only known by the Natives and a handful of scientis or research companies is the combination of Copaiba Oil and Andiroba Oil. Both oil interact and thus multiply or mutually reinforce one another. The interesting thing is that the Andiroba Oil contains bioactive substances which – when used preventively – should prevent the formation of cellulite by enzymatic blockade on his inhibitory action on the enzyme G6PDH. In turn, Copaiba strengthen the effectiveness of Andiroba and both can be used as solid foundation for preventive Cellulite formulations, innovative drugs and pharmaceutical products.

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