artnaturals® Cinnamon Leaf Essential Oil Travel Size

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The warm, woodsy, spicy aroma of our pure, therapeutic-grade Cinnamon Leaf Essential Oil is like no other. Cinnamon Oil (Cinnamomum zeylanicum) can help strengthen those feeling fragile, help provide an emotional boost, and rev up energy. Cinnamon Oil also helps promote self-esteem and nurtures confidence. Cinnamon Oil has the following therapeutic properties: Analgesic, anti-fungal, antioxidant, anti-rheumatic, anti-spasmodic, anti-viral, immune booster and vasodilator.

There are more than 250 species of the cinnamon tree. Native to Sri Lanka, records of the tree date back to 2800 BCE. Cinnamon is believed to be one of oldest and most-used spices in mankind’s history. It was extremely prized in ancient China and Egypt. Possession and use of cinnamon during this time meant you were wealthy, as its worth was equivalent to gold, and it was very hard to acquire. In the 15th century, finding cinnamon and other spices was one of the reasons why the exploration of the globe began.

Common Name: Cinnamon Leaf Latin Name: Cinnamomum zeylanicum Botanical Family: Lauraceae Country of Origin: Sri Lanka Extraction Method: Steam Distilled Plant Part Used: Leaves and Twigs Note: Middle Chemical Components: Phenols. There is a high component of eugenol, which is considered to be irritating to skin and mucous membranes. Eugenol is also an anticoagulant.

Always dilute in carrier oil prior to using. Cinnamon Oil blends well with Pine Oil, Peppermint Oil, and all citrus oils. Dilute in carrier oil and massage on sore muscles for pain. Massage on abdomen to fight against parasites, or inhale diluted blend to reduce headache pain.

Shelf Life: When stored in a dark cool environment, Cinnamon Oil will have a shelf life of approximately two years upon opening.

Safety Information: Topical and aromatic use only. Do not use if you have a clotting disorder. Do not use if you have impaired liver function. Do not use in bath or aromatic diffusers. May irritate skin and mucous membranes. Use in low dilution rates of .7 percent when applying to the skin (5 drops or less in 1 oz. carrier oil). Do not use on children or when pregnant. Older, oxidized oil can increase the potential for skin irritation. Always test for skin sensitivity prior to use. Do not ingest orally and keep out of eyes, ears and nose. Excessive use of any oil can lead to sensitization.

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