Cinnamon Essential Oil

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Uses

Antibacterial, Antiviral, Antifungal: kills fungus viruses and bacteria. Antimicrobial: reduces the growth of various microbs including bacteria, molds, fungi, dermatophytes ect . Anti-Parasitic: kills parasites naturally. Anti-infectious: fights infections. Immune Stimulant: boosts the immune system Antiseptic: helps kill facial bacteria effectively Antidepressant:Assists to combat anxiousness, stress, and anger to bring clearing and peace Antioxidant: reduces free radical damage and slows the aging process. It is ranked #7 by OTAC of all foods, spices and herbs across the world with the most concentration of antioxidants.

Cultivation/Extraction Method

Steam Distillation

Historic Benefits

The Arabs created limited supply of Cinnamon. They kept their trade routes difficult and their source a secret. This maintained a high price and made it a status symbol during the Middle Ages. It was sought after to inhibit the growth of bacteria, on meat and also to mask the smell and taste. European explorers claimed to have found its source in the New World. The Portuguese eventually found it in present day Sri Lanka. It is said that cinnamon has been used in perfumery for thousands of years and that Queen of Sheba used cinnamon in her seduction of King Solomon.

Blends With

Cassia, Clove, Frankincense, Lavender, Lemon, Oregano, Orange, Patchouli, Rosemary, Thme, Ylang Ylang

Precautions

Cinnamon is not a gentle essential oil and must be diluted. Best to diffuse.


Country of Origin Madagascar
Botanical Name Cinnamomum zeylanicum
Plant Part Bark
Note warm dry herbal spice

 

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Availabililty: In Stock
Size: 15ml