Ancient middle eastern cultures used Cinnamon Leaf for colds, flu, digestive issues, menstrual complaints, and as a general stimulant. Believed to be one of the oldest plants on Earth, it is still very popular for its various health benefits.

Uses:

  • Warms
  • Soothes
  • Uplifts
  • Repels insects

Details:

  • Botanical Name: Cinnamomum zeylanicum
  • Origin: Ceylon
  • Extraction Method: Steam Distillation
  • Plant Part: Leaf
  • Plant Description: The Cinnamon tree grows approximately 20 to 60 ft. high with small yellow flowers, leathery leaves, a thick body and reddish brown bark.
  • Aroma: Sweet, spicy, and warm with woody undertones
  • Note: Middle
  • Consistency: Thin
  • Color: Pale brown
  • Blends Well With: Clove Bud, Lavender, Cedarwood, Orange, Lemon, Neroli, Ylang-ylang, Rosemary, and Thyme
  • Main Constituents: Eugenol: 82.8%

Cautions:

  • Kid Safe: May be used by children 10+
  • Pregnancy Safe: No
  • Breastfeeding Safe: No
  • Cat Safe: No
  • Dog Safe: No
  • Special Dilution Rate: 0.5%
  • More safety info: Recommended use of 0.5% topically. Possible drug interactions. Cinnamon is a blood thinner and may complicate clotting disorders.

*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.

Cinnamon Leaf Essential Oil

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  • Homemade Potpourri

    • 5 drops Cinnamon Leaf Essential Oil
    • 5-6 Pinecones

    Add a few drops of Cinnamon Leaf to a dish of pine cones or potpourri to scent a small room (like your guest bathroom) during the holidays.

    Sickness-Buster Diffuser Blend

    • 2 drops Cinnamon Leaf Essential Oil
    • 2 drops Pine Essential Oil
    • 2 drops Lavender Essential Oil
    • 2 drops Ginger Essential Oil

    Place oils in diffuser to ward off sickness!