|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|
|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.