Cinnamon Leaf Essential Oil - Origin: Sri Lanka - Botanical name: Cinnamomum zeylanicum
Cinnamon is a large, subtropical tree with fragrant bark that can be harvested twice a year for thirty years. A reddish-brown essential oil is distilled from both leaf and bark. Cinnamon has a sweet, spicy-hot fragrance. Only small amounts are needed in an aromatherapy blend. Common uses include: Aroma is a physical and emotional stimulant that gets the blood and mind moving, provides the heat in a warming liniment to relax tight muscles and ease the painful joints, fights viral, fungal, and bacterial infections, Caution: Both leaf and bark essential oils can irritate and even burn sensitive skin so use them carefully - no more than 1/2 drop in a bath.
Keep essential oils out of reach of children. Do not use on or near eyes. Do not apply directly to skin unless otherwise advised by an expert in essential oils or physician.
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