Camphene – Terpene Profile
Camphene is a terpene typically found in certain vegetables, fruits and herbs including carrots, pepper, dill, fennel, nutmeg, thyme and more. Commonly used in fragrances and as a food flavor additive due to its minty and citrus characteristic and spicy notes, Camphene is known for its ability to fight infections while reducing inflammation and stress. When applied, it has a cooling feeling and is known primarily for its therapeutic properties which include anti-inflammatory, antibiotic, antioxidant, analgesic, and antifungal effects.
Camphene, a Plant-Derived Monoterpene, Reduces Plasma Cholesterol and Triglycerides in Hyperlipidemic Rats Independently of HMG-CoA Reductase Activity
Nutmeg Oil and Camphene as Inhaled Expectorants
Plant derived antioxidants – Geraniol and camphene protect rat alveolar macrophages against t-BHP induced oxidative stress.
Antinociceptive Activity and Redox Profile of the Monoterpenes (+)-Camphene, p-Cymene, and Geranyl Acetate in Experimental Models
Effects of a Thiosemicarbazide Camphene Derivative on Trichophyton mentagrophytes.