100% pure and naturalCinnamon essential oil is extracted from Cinnamonum zeylanicum, also known as C. verum and Laurus cinnamonum from the Lauraceae family. Madagascar cinnamon is cultivated on the eastern coasts of the big island. The production of cinnamon in Madagascar is the fruit of great patience, from the removal to the rolling of the bark to have the good products used in the production of essential oil and gastronomy.
- Anti-Infectious ++++: Cinnamon essential oil will destroy the responsible fungi
- lung infections and candidiasis. It is effective against respiratory, intestinal, digestive, urinary and gynecological infections.
- Antiparasitic ++++: Cinnamon essential oil is effective against lice and nits and also against intestinal parasites (worms).
- Antispasmodic + (eugenol): Cinnamon essential oil controls smooth muscle spasms. It is especially effective on intestinal spasms.
- Tonic, Stimulant ++: Cinnamon essential oil is a sexual stimulant (aphrodisiac). It is also sympathico-tonic.
- reducer of stomach activity
- Latin name: Cinnamomum zeylanicum
- Botanical family: Lauraceae
- Distilled part: leaves
- Country of origin: Madagascar
- cinnamyl acetate: 2 to 7%
- eugenol: 70 to 85%
- Density at 20 ° C: 1.052 to 1.070
- Refractive index at 20 ° C: 1.600 to 1.614
- Rotary power at 20 ° C: -1 ° to 4 °
- Flash point: + 88 ° C
- Appearance: liquid
- Color: yellow to reddish brown
- Odor: warm, characteristic, sweet, cinnamon
- Digestion problems
To flavor teas, infusions and cakes, you must first dilute 1 drop of cinnamon essential oil in honey. Dilute a few drops in a teaspoon of honey or on a piece of bread, to consume twice a day.
For digestion problems, dilute a drop of cinnamon essential oil in hot drinking water.
Avoid applying it through the skin given that cinnamon is dermocaustic.
- Seek medical advice before use for people with asthma.
- No prolonged use of Cinnamon essential oil without the advice of a therapist.
The use of cinnamon essential oil by the cutaneous route is possible in dilution up to 10% maximum in a vegetable oil.
Dilute Cinnamon essential oil between 5 to 10% in other essential oils.
Cinnamon essential oil is highly dosed in allergenic biochemical components:
- eugenol (70 to 85%)
- coumarin (≤ 4%)
- cinnamyl alcohol (≤ 1%)
- benzyl benzoate (≤ 0.1%)
- benzyl alcohol (≤ 0.3%)
- farnesol (≤ 0.01%)
- linalool (≤ 0.02%)
Note: It is best to test the essential oil before using it (two drops in the crook of the elbow for at least 24 hours to check that there is no reaction).