The Indian furnishes himself with cups and vessels of all sorts from the cuieira-tree (Crescentia cajeput).
Provence oil adulterated with sunflower oil and mixed with very small traces of camphor and cajeput, sassafras, and rosemary oils.
cajeput oil, in doses of 20 to 30 drops, every two or three hours.
Oil of cajeput is a powerful antispasmodic and diffusible stimulant.
The names which connect this tree with sassafras, spice and cajeput are based on odor and taste.
Oil of turpentine, four ounces; camphor, six drachms; oil of cajeput, two drachms.
Oil of cajeput, is prepared in the Moluccas, by distilling the dry leaves of the melaleuca leucadendron.