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- n. cajuput oil
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A highly stimulating volatile inflammable oil, distilled from the leaves of an East Indian tree (Melaleuca cajuputi, etc.) It is greenish in color and has a camphoraceous odor and pungent taste.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See cajeput.
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The name cajuput is derived from the native _Kayuputi_ or white wood.
The leaves, being fermented, are distilled, and yield an oil known as cajuput or cajeput oil, which is green, and has a strong aromatic odor.
A product called tiger Balm, which was originally developed in Myanmar and contains ingredients such as camphor, menthol, cajuput oil, and clove oil—has been shown to soothe muscular aches and pain, in part by chemically heating the area.
Take croton oil, aqua ammonia, f. f.f; oil of cajuput, oil of origanum, in equal parts.
They are as fond of cajuput-oil as cats are of valeriana.
Along the road were forests of _melalevca leucodendron, _ of the family of _myrtaceae, _ from which the famous cajuput-oil is obtained.
a strike among; outfit of travelling; engaged in gathering rattan; head-hunting raids on; umbrellas carried by; not in Upper Mahakam region; use of cajuput oil by; at Pengaron; and Dayaks; house of; at Belimbing; in Negara; paint used by women; lower portions of great rivers populated by; influence of, on Kahayan and Kapuas Rivers; of Sembulo; influence of, shown in folk-tales; intelligence of;
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