Cinnamon Leaf Essential Oil
Botanical Name: Cinnamomum zeylanicum
Aromatic Description: Warm sweet spicy woody scent.
Oil Origin: Leaves
Extraction: Steam Distilled
Odor Strength: Medium
Origin: Sri Lanka
- This fragrant oil is derived from the leaves of the cinnamon tree. The cinnamon tree belongs to the Lauraceae (Laurel) family and is a bushy tropical evergreen that ranges in height from 5-15 meters. The tree bears small green leaves, white flowers and small purple berries. The leaves are thick and lanceolate in shape, becoming leathery when they mature. This oil also shares the same qualities as its sister oil, cinnamon bark. Cinnamon leaf oil is classified as a middle note essential oil and is sought after for its warm rich fragrance.
- Boosts Brain Activity
- Stiff Joint & Muscles
- Menstruation Cramps
- Mosquito Repellent
How to Use: Test small patch of skin to make sure irritation does not occur. Rub essential oil on stiff joints and muscles. Rub 1-2 drops into hand and cup hand to nose and inhale to help boost brain activity. Can be added to a carrier oil like jojoba, sweet almond, or olive oil. Essential oil can be used in an oil warmer or diffuser.
Ingredients: 100% Pure Essential Oil.
0.5 fl. oz.
WARNING: For external use only. If irritation occurs, discontinue use. Avoid contact with eyes. Keep out of reach of children. No animal testing.
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