is Copaiba Essential Oil commonly known as the Magnifier (Driver) Oil?
Basically, scientifically, how does it magnify the oils previously
Copaiba contains the highest amounts of beta caryophyllene (BCP) (~55%) of any known essential oil.
Also, one of the main constituents found in black pepper and gives the spiciness of black pepper.
In 2008, German researchers discovered that beta-caryophyllene also
acts as a cannabinoid by binding to cannabinoid pathways in the body.
some compounds like THC activate both cannabinoid pathways -- CB1 and
CB2 receptors -- beta-caryophyllene specifically targets
CB2 receptor/works on the CB2 cannabinoid pathway, which does not
produce a high feeling associated with marijuana use (which is the
B-caryophyllene is not just any cannabinoid, but one that acts specifically on the body's CB2 cannabinoid pathways.
On the other hand, the pathways responsible for the marijuana high, CB1 receptors, aren't affected by BCP.
BCP is also used as a "dietary cannabinoid," a food-stuff which acts as a cannabinoid and binds to CB2 receptors.
possess properties such as local anesthetics, anti-anxiety, antioxidant
and anti-inflammatory. This makes Copaiba be a calming, grounding,
essential oil physically and emotionally, it helps to support and
maintain normal and healthy cellular functions.
allows energy to be lowered and also has a high frequency. Usually
calming and grounding oils such as rose has a super high frequency.
Frequency is the measurement of how quickly foundational cells are circulating and regenerating within the body.
The greater the movement within the cells, the freer your body is to self-heal.
Due to this, Copaiba allows the previously oils applied to be better experienced and absorbed and felt for healing.
In this case, they are being magnified and exemplified due to the properties of BCP and Copaiba's high frequency.