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Cinnamon Essential Oil, Bark


Wild Harvested Madagascar



Cinnamomum Zeylanicum

Cinnamon bark essential oil is pungent, spicy and warming. Cinnamon nourishes and restores the body's healthy, natural immune system function and provides significant antioxidant support.



1/2 fl oz (15 mL)
Price: $36.00 
 


About Cinnamon Bark Essential Oil


When applied topically in extremely low dilution, cinnamon oil warms the body, nourishes and supports healthy muscle and joint function, and promotes healthy inflammatory response. This stimulating oil can also be used for increasing the appetite. Traditionally used in ground or powdered form as a spice in cooking, cinnamon is a digestive tonic, aiding nausea, diarrhea and flatulence. The spice has been revered for thousands of years for its ability to enhance blood circulation and to regulate metabolic activity. Cinnamon oil also enhances romantic moods and can be diffused for this purpose (always diluted with other essential oils). Diffusion of cinnamon enhances circulation in the brain, promoting calm and relaxation and supporting cognitive function.

How to Use Cinnamon Bark Oil


Note: Please see safety guidelines for cinnamon oil before use.

Cinnamon oil should not be applied directly to the skin as it is extremely dermo-caustic. It may be applied to the palms for direct inhalation, or used in a diffuser.

One drop of cinnamon in 0.5 oz carrier oil can be massaged into legs, arms and joints to warm and relax the body.

Diffuse a combination of cinnamon (one drop), and 6 drops mandarin oil to encourage relaxation and lift spirits.

Cinnamon Berry Oil Recipes:


Four Thieves Vinegar (supports immune system): 3 drops clove essential oil, 3 drops lemon essential oil, 2 drops cinnamon, 1 drop rosemary essential oil, 1 drop eucalyptus essential oil in 1/2 oz. carrier oil. Apply to bottoms of feet.

Deodorizing room spray: 1 drop cinnamon, 3 drops clove essential oil, 3 drops cedarwood essential oil, 6 drops tea tree essential oil, 6 drops lemon essential oil. Mix in 2 cups water and use in spray bottle.

Abundance blend: 1 drop cinnamon, 8 drops bergamot essential oil, 2 drops patchouli essential oil in 1/2 oz. carrier oil. Apply to bottoms of feet.

Interesting Cinnamon Bark Essential Oil Information


The ancient Egyptians used cinnamon as a foot massage oil and as a remedy for excessive bile. It has historically been used as an ingredient in both love potions and incense. As a spice, cinnamon has been harvested and traded throughout the ages and has been documented in early medicinal texts as a valuable digestive tonic.

Most often used as a flavoring agent in foods, cinnamon, especially in its powdered form, has been a staple of international cuisine for centuries. Cinnamon essential oil is commercially employed in toothpastes, breath fresheners and chewing gum and is also used extensively in perfumery. Cinnamon spice has been studied for its supportive effects in promoting healthy blood sugar balance and insulin response.

Safety Considerations for Cinnamon Bark Oil


Cinnamon oil is a mucous membrane irritant and strong skin sensitizer. Use only in very low dilution (less than 1%). Do not apply directly to delicate skin or near eyes or mucous membranes, even in dilution. Do not take cinnamon essential oil internally.

Aromatic Profile & Blending Information for Cinnamon Bark Essential Oil


Perfumery Note: Base to Middle
Odor: Spicy, woody, resinous, camphorous; rich and penetrating
Strength of Initial Aroma: Medium to Strong
Dry-out: sweet, delicate, spicy-herbaceous
Blends well with: spice and herb oils such as basil oil, clove oil, fennel oil, ginger oil, and marjoram oil; grass oils like gingergrass oil, vetiver oil, and palmarosa oil, also agarwood oil, cedarwood oil, davana oil, and nagarmotha oil

Product Details


Botanical Name: Cinnamomum zeylanicum
Family: Lauraceae
Composition: 100% Pure Cinnamon Essential Oil
Origin: Madagascar
Method of Extraction: Steam distilled
Cultivation/Harvesting: Wild harvest
Plant Part: Bark
Color: Golden yellow to yellowish brown
Consistency: Mobile
Yield: 4.5%
Bottle Size: 15ml

Why Floracopeia?

Floracopeia was established to help preserve and promote the use of botanical medicines as solutions to the widespread ecological destruction taking place in the world, and the loss of medicinal plants on which traditional medical systems depend. We provide our customers with the highest quality essential oils and other botanical aromatic treasures through the promotion of ecological sustainability, organic agriculture, and agro-forestry projects.

Our products are acclaimed for their therapeutic-grade, high quality at affordable prices. We provide artisanal quality oils produced by small family-based distillers. We buy directly from farmers and distillers, thus supporting the local economies in which the plants are grown. We do not buy oils from the world-brokers. Floracopeia is founded with a strong medical orientation and is involved in a number of global eco-projects based in grass roots health care, spirituality, reforestation projects, and the preservation and restoration of ethno-botanical culture.

Safety Guidelines:

Essential oils are potentially irritating to the skin and mucus membranes. Do not use essential oils directly on the skin undiluted. Do not take essential oils internally. If you are pregnant or nursing please see your health care provider before using essential oils.

Carrier oils and hydrosols are non-toxic to the skin, non-sensitizing, and can be used undiluted on the skin.