doTERRA Copaiba Softgels 60pcs

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NZ$ 53.00

dōTERRA Copaiba Softgels Copaifera

Copaiba Softgels provide a daily dose of Copaiba Essential oil in a convenient easy-to-swallow softgel. When taken internally, Copaiba essential oil may help support the nervous, cardiovascular, immune, digestive, and respiratory systems.

Description - Copaiba Softgels

Traditionally, Copaiba has been administered orally to promote the health of cardiovascular, immune, digestive, respiratory, and nervous systems.* When taken internally, Copaiba essential oil may be calming, soothing, and supportive to the nervous system.* Antioxidant support of Copaiba essential oil promotes healthy immune function and response, while supporting cellular health and function.* The many benefits Copaiba Softgels provide to the body also include supporting the healthy functioning of the circulatory system and soothing anxious feelings.* Copaiba Softgels are easy to swallow and provide a convenient way to receive the internal benefits of Copaiba essential oil.

Directions for Use

Take 1 softgel as needed.

Cautions

Keep out of reach of children. If you are pregnant, nursing, or under a doctor’s care, consult your physician. Store in a cool, dry place.

Primary Benefits

  • Convenient, easy-to-swallow softgels deliver the internal benefits of Copaiba
  • Supports cardiovascular, immune, and digestive systems*
  • Powerful antioxidant*
  • Soothes and supports the nervous system*
  • Supports the health of lungs and respiratory system*

Key Ingredients

  • Copaiba Resin

Other Ingredients

Extra virgin olive oil, Modified tapioca starch, Glycerin, Purified water, Maltitol.

Additional information

Weight46 g
Dimensions3 × 33 × 51 mm
Bottle Type

2 reviews for doTERRA Copaiba Softgels 60pcs

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  1. Tracey M. (verified owner)

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    A great product for arthritic pain.

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Printable information pages (N.Z.): https://media.doterra.com/nz-otg/pips/copaiba-softgels.pdf
Printable information pages (產品資訊): https://media.doterra.com/us/zh/pips/copaiba-softgels-古巴香脂軟膠囊.pdf
dōTERRA NZ product page: https://www.doterra.com/NZ/en_NZ/p/copaiba-softgels
dōTERRA US product page: https://www.doterra.com/US/en/p/copaiba-softgels
dōTERRA Spotlight page: https://www.doterra.com/US/en/blog/spotlight-copaiba-softgels


Source to You - dōTERRA Copaiba Softgels

Published: 2018-03-12 ⏳ 7m 31s 135,681 views
In early 2018, Emily Wright and Dr. David Hill traveled to Brazil to meet some of dōTERRA's sourcing partners. The first days was spent getting to know Rosimar, Josafa and Jocimar, who are second and third generation Copaiba harvesters.

The main collection season is between January and June when the water gets high enough for the harvesters to travel to the trees by boat. They then walk miles into the jungle to check on their trees and extract resin. During this trip Rosimar took Emily, Dr Hill and Ben Platt to a brand new tree, that was ready to be tapped for the first time. On the first tap, Rosimar was able to extract maybe half a litre of copaiba oil. The yield after distillation is about 50% of this.
Published: 2018-04-11 ⏳ 5m 40s 51,839 views
On Day 2 of their Copaiba sourcing trip to Northern Brazil, Emily and David Hill meet Jocimar and his family, a 3rd generation Copaiba harvester.



Behind the Bottle - dōTERRA Copaiba Softgels

Published: 2019-10-29 ⏳ 3m 14s 68,133 views
doTERRA works with harvesters, many of whom live along the Amazon River, who use a tree-tapping method, similar to how maple syrup is harvested, to collect the copaiba resin.

On a recent trip to the Amazon, Dr. Hill and Emily Wright were able to spend some time with the harvesters and their families. On getting to know them, it was obvious there was a need for better dental care.

One year from that visit, doTERRA works to help provide permanent care for more than 100 people in 11 different communities.
Published: 2020-01-15 ⏳ 3m 3s 8,720 views
The main collection season for copaiba is between January and June when the water gets high enough for the harvesters to travel to the trees by boat. They then walk miles into the jungle to check on their trees and extract resin. During this trip Rosimar took Emily, Dr Hill and Ben Platt to a brand new tree, that was ready to be tapped for the first time. On the first tap, Rosimar was able to extract maybe half a litre of copaiba oil. The yield after distillation is about 50% of this.



Last updated 2 months ago by Richard