Indonesian cajeput oil is produced locally by farmers on the island of PULAU BURU in MALUKU and in some parts of Central Java
Trees yielding this oil are mostly found around the warmer parts of Indonesia, Vietnam, Brunei and East Malaysia where they are specifically found near the shorelines.
Indonesia is one of the largest producers of cajeput oil. It is also the largest consumer of cajeput oil. Primarily used in massage oils, it is also used for its remedial qualities in treating stomach aches, common cold, nausea and insect bites. More than 90% of the oil produced is consumed locally by the pharma industry.
Eucalyptus and Cajeput are very similar in their usage depending on where they are found. Eucalyptus is predominantly found and used in China and India. Cajeput is used in Indonesia, Vietnam, and other parts of Southeast Asia. Average Yearly Production Quantity: 325-350 tons per annum.
We get all our Cajeput Oil from local Indonesian farmers and accumulators who harvest and process the leaves through steam distillation to produce a crude form of Cajeput Oil.
CAJEPUT DISTILLATION IN 4 STEPS