EO-21-Cinnamon pure Essential Oil.10ml bottles.This pure,fine Essential Oil is sourced from Sri Lanka. Latin: cinnamomum zeyfanicum.
Cinnamon Essential Oil
Rich in colour and smell, a powerful, deliciously agreeable spicy oil with warming and stimulating properties. Excellent for exhaustion, weakness and muscular aches, particularly resulting from flu. Particularly good for the elderly during winter for prevention as well as speedy recovery. Useful for coughs and colds and correcting imbalances resulting in flatulence, diarrhoea, colic and sluggish digestion.
Blends well with: Basil, black pepper, cajeput, cinnamon, ginger, lavender, lemon, Spanish marjoram, nutmeg, orange, peppermint, rosemary, thyme.
Aromatherapy cinnamon oil comes from the leaves. Never put other cinnamon oils (from the bark) onto the skin. Use in low concentrations (1%).
Origin: Cinnamon has been used for thousands of years in the East for a variety of complaints and is traditionally associated with use as a cooking spice. It is produced by a tropical evergreen tree which grows up to 15 metres high with strong branches and thick bark. It has shiny green, leath-ery leaves and small white flowers.
Source: The cinnamon tree is native to Madagascar and parts of South East Asia. It is also cultivated in Jamaica and parts of Africa.
Skin Care: It can be used for lice, scabies, warts, wasp stings and for tooth and gum care. Use only a small amount of the oil diluted in base oil or water.
Circulation, muscles and joints: Because of its warming qualities it can be very useful as a
massage for poor circulation, aches and rheumatism.
Digestive System: Cinnamon is antispasmodic and helps with many digestive factors including stomach cramps, sluggish digestion, flatulence, nausea and diarrhoea.
Immune System: As it has warming qualities it is very helpful to relieve the aches and chilling in the early stages of colds and flu and the feeling of debility that often remains. It is helpful for convalescing after any illness.
Genito-urinary System: It can be helpful with menstrual cramps especially if mixed with Clary Sage and can be used for scanty and painful periods.
Mixing Oils: It mixes well with Ylang Ylang, orange, mandarin and benzoin.
WARNING: Do not purchase Cinnamon bark for use on the skin. Care must be taken if using this oil on elderly people. USE ONLY IN SMALL QUANTITIES. Never use during pregnancy