"Kusunoki" is known as "insect repellent tree".
It is said that "smell" and "medicine" were the origins of "kusu" because of its unique fragrance.
It is called camphor in Dutch and has been used for various purposes around the world since ancient times, such as raw materials for medicines, fragrances, and celluloid.
Kusunoki has a refreshing aroma with a refreshing sensation like menthol or eucalyptus, which has been used as an insect repellent since it has a repellent effect.
A natural insect repellent called camphor is obtained by extracting and crystallizing cedar wood chips by steam distillation.
Because of its high volatility, the scent of camphor is firm when taken out of the costume case, but it disappears when exposed to air or the sun.
Because it does not contain any chemicals, it is a friendly insect repellent for people who are sensitive to the environment.
Natural camphor used to be an industry that once played a part in the national interest as a monopoly item.
* Do not use with other insect repellents. May cause discoloration of clothing.
* When using camphor oil (camphor oil), add it to a soft cloth soaked with oil, apply it to the block, and let it dry for about 10 minutes before use. Please note that using the wet block may cause discoloration and stains on the clothes.
* Camphor oil is a highly pure essential oil. Do not drink undiluted solution or apply directly to skin.
* When the temperature drops, the camphor component of the oil crystallizes and a white precipitate is formed, but there is no problem with the quality.
* Do not use if you have high blood pressure, asthma, epilepsy, allergies, sensitive skin, pregnant women, infants, etc.
* If you feel sick during use or if you feel strong irritation to your eyes or nose, immediately stop using and replace the air.
* After opening the oil, use it within one year.