Camphor or Karpooram is a must-have in every Indian home. Burning Karpooram is believed to remove negativity from any space while perfuming the air and pleasing the Gods. It is symbolic of peace and positivity. Hence, it is essential to always use pure camphor or Pacha Karpuram.
Pacha Karpooram is extracted from pine trees and burns without leaving any residue or ash. This is the best way to test the purity of Karpooram. Since it is 100% natural, it is safe to use inside your home. Many people burn Pacha Karpooram simply because they like the fragrance. Pacha Karpuram can be burnt in a Kapur Dani or an aroma burner.
Types of Karpooram
There are two types of Karpooram available in the product range offered by the House of Mangalam: Camphor and Bhimseni Camphor. Both varieties of Kapooram are 100% natural with no fillers or synthetic ingredients. The difference lies in the structure of the camphor.
Camphor, which is available in the form of small tablets, is usually used for morning pujas and other religious rituals. On the other hand, Bhimseni Camphor takes the form of irregular crystals and is typically used as a room freshener.
If you are finicky about the products you choose to use at home, the House of Mangalam offers a wide range. Products made of camphor are available in jars as well as in the form of soaps, cones, pouches, liquid vaporisers, sanitizers, handwash bottles, spray cans, sticks, and more. And if you are scouting for the perfect gift this festive season, you can win brownie points with a Celebration Gift Box from the House of Mangalam. For instance, the CamPure Christmas Advent Calendar Air Freshener Box containing seven camphor cones in different scents will surely win hearts and spread cheer.
Works as a room freshener
Dispels negativity and drives away evil spirits
Can you burn Pacha Karpooram in the bedroom?
Burning Pacha Karpooram in the bedroom can help create a calm, peaceful environment that lets you fall asleep quickly.
How is Pacha Karpuram supposed to be burnt?
You can place Pacha Karpuram in a Kapur Dani and burn it directly or place it in the oil dish of an aroma diffuser and light a candle underneath it.
Does Pacha Karpuram leave ash?
Pure Pacha Karpuram will not leave any ash or residue after burning.
What is the colour of Pacha Karpooram?
Pacha Karpooram is a white, waxy substance.
Can Pacha Karpooram repel insects?
Pacha Karpooram can be used to repel mosquitoes, ants, cockroaches and many other insects.