|Color||Light Yellow to Yellow Browinsh|
|Ingredients||100 % Pure & Natural Cinnamon Bark Oil|
|Botanical name||Cinnamomun Burmanii Blume|
|Common name||Cinnamon Bark|
|Extraction method||Steam Distilled|
|Common use||Cinnamon has been known to be hot and stimulating. Traditionally it has been used to generate warmth and relieve pain, also can be use for constipation, exhaustion, flatulence, lice, low blood pressure, rheumatism, scabies, stress|
|Blend with||Frankincense, Lavender, Orange, Lemon, Patchouli, Ylang-ylang|
|Strenght of aroma||Strong|
|Aromatic scent||Warm and spicy aroma|
|Caution||indicate that both the bark and the leaf oil are low risk for mucous membrane irritation, may inhibit blood clotting and pose a drug interaction hazard. Cinnamon Bark Oil may cause embryotoxicity and is contraindicated in pregnancy and breasfeeding. There is a high risk of skin sensitization with the bark oil, and Tisserand and Young recommend a dermal maximum of 0.07% for the bark oil.|
Cinnamon has an enlightening cinnamon aroma. Cool aldehyde. The content of cinnamaldehyde has the effect of heat and as a stimulant. Most are used by using a diffuser, just add 2-3 drops in the mixture (carrier oil), and can hardly be used for the skin, because it has a high level of allergies.
Cinnamon oil is distilled from new shoots of cinnamon bark inside the tree. Therefore this essential oil has properties that warm and generate energy for a moment. Especially when in a mood of being unpleasant.
Various cultures rely on cinnamon for internal use because it has antipasmodiac and anti-infectious properties that are well-known for its efficacy. In the tropics it is used for internal use to treat intestinal parasites.