cinnamon leaf essential oil

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Cinnamomum Zeylanicum

Cinnamon comes from a tropical evergreen tree that grows as high as 15 meters with strong branches, thick bark, and shiny-green leathery leaves. It produces white flowers and oval-shaped blue berries. Cinnamon is native to Sri Lanka, South India, Madagascar, and Indochina, and is used for a myriad of ailments, mostly related to fighting infections, rheumatism, and stomach issues.

Origin: India and Southern Asia

Method: Steam Distilled

Plant part: Leaves

Amount: 10mL (0.32 fl. oz.)

Therapeutic/Home uses for Cinnamon Leaf essential oil:

  • Skin Care: Lice, scabies, tooth and gum care, warts, wasp stings.
  • Muscle and Joint Pain: Poor circulation, rheumatism.
  • Digestive System: Anorexia, colitis, diarrhea, dyspepsia, intestinal infection, sluggish digestion, spasm.
  • Immune System: Chills, colds, flu, infectious diseases.
  • Nervous System: Debility, nervous exhaustion and stress-related conditions.

Other uses for Cinnamon Leaf essential oil:

It has been used for thousands of years in the east for a wide range of complaints including colds, flu, digestive and menstrual problems, rheumatism, kidney troubles and as a general stimulant.

Safety information regarding Cinnamon Leaf essential oil:

The leaf oil is relatively non-toxic, though possibly irritant due to cinnamaldehyde. Its major component, eugenol, causes irritation to the mucous membranes: use in moderation.

WARNING This oil is NOT meant to refill Corked electronic diffusers. Applying any essential oils dermally or topically should only be done with a diluted solution using a carrier oil. Do not apply essential oils straight to the skin without diluting them or contacting a physician for advice.



Cinnamomum Zeylanicum

Cinnamon comes from a tropical evergreen tree that grows as high as 15 meters with strong branches, thick bark, and shiny-green leathery leaves. It produces white flowers and oval-shaped blue berries. Cinnamon is native to Sri Lanka, South India, Madagascar, and Indochina, and is used for a myriad of ailments, mostly related to fighting infections, rheumatism, and stomach issues.

Origin: India and Southern Asia

Method: Steam Distilled

Plant part: Leaves

Amount: 10mL (0.32 fl. oz.)

Therapeutic/Home uses for Cinnamon Leaf essential oil:

  • Skin Care: Lice, scabies, tooth and gum care, warts, wasp stings.
  • Muscle and Joint Pain: Poor circulation, rheumatism.
  • Digestive System: Anorexia, colitis, diarrhea, dyspepsia, intestinal infection, sluggish digestion, spasm.
  • Immune System: Chills, colds, flu, infectious diseases.
  • Nervous System: Debility, nervous exhaustion and stress-related conditions.

Other uses for Cinnamon Leaf essential oil:

It has been used for thousands of years in the east for a wide range of complaints including colds, flu, digestive and menstrual problems, rheumatism, kidney troubles and as a general stimulant.

Safety information regarding Cinnamon Leaf essential oil:

The leaf oil is relatively non-toxic, though possibly irritant due to cinnamaldehyde. Its major component, eugenol, causes irritation to the mucous membranes: use in moderation.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Possible skin sensitivity. Keep out of reach of children. If you are pregnant, nursing, or under a doctor’s care, consult your physician. Avoid contact with eyes, inner ears, and sensitive areas.