Borneol – Terpene Profile
Borneol has a sharp piney odor and has a wide use in the cosmetics and drugs industry. It’s been suggested that its burning taste is reminiscent of mint. Borneol has been identified in more than 250 essential oils from plants, herbs, leaves or bark and has been used in traditional Chinese medicine for thousands of years.
Identification of 1,8-Cineole, Borneol, Camphor, and Thujone as Anti-inflammatory Compounds in a Salvia of ficinalis L. Infusion Using Human Gingival Fibroblasts
Borneol, a Bicyclic Monoterpene Alcohol, Reduces Nociceptive Behavior and Inflammatory Response in Mice
The Antithrombotic Effect of Borneol Related to Its Anticoagulant Property
New insights on relaxant effects of (-)-borneol monoterpene in rat aortic rings.
(+)-Borneol suppresses conditioned fear recall and anxiety-like behaviors in mice.