Kafoor - Camphor Meaning in English

Camphor (Kafoor) is a white colored (sometimes transparent) solid material with a powerful aromatic odor. It is also waxy and flammable. Chemically, it is a terpenoid. It is taken from the wood of Camphor Laurel tree from some Asian countries (Indonesia and Sumatra). Moreover, it is also taken from kapur tree from same countries.

It is used to keep things from getting smelly. In Pakistan, it is used with bed quilts and blankets to keep them odor-free. In India, it is used as a cooking ingredient for its scent. It also has medicinal and religious uses in some countries. For beauty, it is used for skin and hair care. It is also used in funerals in Muslim communities.


Reviews & Comments

Good repellant for mosquito.If mix with ASMAN TARA.and AJWINE KA PHOOL.The liquid also usef for curing agent for head ech and joint pain applying externally.

Sep 24, 2019 MAHEVI ASHRAF Malegaon Maharashtra.INDIA.

Camphor has been produced as a forest product for centuries by passing steam through the pulverized wood of the relevant trees and condensing the vapours.

Mar 01, 2019 Rehana Karachi

Camphor is very beneficial to repel insects from different places. Some people put them in suitcases to protect the clothes. Please mention their price also.

Feb 07, 2019 Humera Karachi

Good. But where I can purchase easily

Sep 21, 2018 A. K. Abdul Salam Riyadh

Kafoor or camphor is a very useful ingredient for food and for keeping bad scent away.

Aug 28, 2018 najia lahore