nanoemulare insecticide. This invention concerns the field of agriculture and environment, drugs and therapies, biotechnology and micro-and nanotechnology. more specifically, this invention refers to a nanoemulare insecticide from plants of the lauraceae family. the wording allows the incorporation of essential insoluble oil into aqueous means through a stable, fine and elegant formulation. the possibility of solubilising apoldiary substances in aqueous means allows the formulation to be used for dispersion of biocidal lipophilic substances, such as the essential ocool elegans oil, with potential insecticide action in thematic use formulations. the incorporation of essential oil into a nanoemulare increases bioavailability of essential oil and protects it against deterioration and demoralisation.