Cinnamon Leaf Essential Oil
Cinnamon Leaf Essential Oil (cinnamomum zeylanicum, C verum, or laurus cinnamomum) is a widely used oil with a warm, spicy scent. It is often used in soaps and diffusers due to its comforting and invigorating fragrance.
Common uses for Cinnamon Leaf Essential Oil
- Include treating bacterial and fungal infections, relieving inflammation, and
- Creating a stimulating and energizing atmosphere.
- Cinnamon Leaf Essential Oil has antibacterial, antifungal, antiviral, and anti-inflammatory properties.
- Adding the oil to moisturizing lotions or diluting it in water to create a foot soak can help prevent bacterial and fungal infections from spreading.
- Adding Cinnamon Leaf Essential Oil to a foot soak has the added benefits of preventing odor and soothing sore feet.
- For relief of pain and inflammation, use it as a massage oil to treat swollen and aching muscles and joints.
- The spicy and invigorating scent of Cinnamon Leaf Essential Oil creates a warm and cozy atmosphere in the home.
- It is an excellent diffuser oil that can be used to deodorize a room or promote feelings of comfort, energy, and general well-being.
- Stimulating, Soothing and Sometimes Contains a Sensual Note! Also Popular to Wear!
- Plant Source: Leaves and Stems,
- Extraction Method: Steam Distillation.
- Aromatherapy Class: Stimulating, Soothing.
- Aroma Type: Spicy.
- Traditional Use: Aphrodisiac, Skin Conditioner, Wonderful Room Deodorant.
- Blending Oils: Lemon, Orange, Clove, Nutmeg.
Safety Information CAN CAUSE SKIN IRRITATION FOR SOME
Perform a patch test prior to using Cinnamon Leaf Essential Oil if you have sensitive skin or are allergy-prone, as it may cause irritation.
Do not use Cinnamon Leaf Essential Oil during pregnancy.