Latin name: Cinnamomum camphora cineoliferum

Botanical family: Lauraceae

Origin: Madagascar

Distilled part: Leaves

Aromatic molecules: Sabinene, 1,8 cineole, α-terpineol

The island of Madagascar is home to many medicinal species The Ravintsara is distinguished by its size and dense foliage adorned with red berries. Its name comes from Madagascar ravina leaf and tsara, good. The Ravintsara was sometimes confused with another nearby tree name, Ravensara. They are two different species.


  • Infection: exceptional antiviral
  • immune stimulant
  • expectorant
  • venous circulatory tonic and decongestant
  • skin regenerating
  • Stimulating the nervous system
  • Energizing

Application areas :

  • immune benefits: Fatigue and convalescence, viral or bacterial infection, room occupied by sick people (office, bedroom, etc.) (to limit the spread of viruses)
  • skin benefits: Boil, cold sores, skin infections (fungal infection, herpes zoster, chickenpox, measles, psoriasis, etc.), tired skin, problem skin,
  • joint and muscle Benefits: Muscle tension, aches, pains,
  • ENT and respiratory benefits: productive bronchitis, flu, ENT and respiratory infections with mucus, ear infections, nasal congestion, nasopharyngitis, sinusitis, cough,
  • cardiovascular and circulatory benefits: blood circulation, varicose veins,
  • Benefits on the psycho-emotional: Anxiety, anxiety, asthenia (and mental fatigue), concentration, self-confidence (lack), convalescence, creativity, seasonal depression, vacillating mood, spirit (lack), fatigue, insomnia, pessimism.