AromaAngie — Cinnamon essential oil

Health Benefits of Cinnamon Powder, Sticks and Cinnamon Essential Oil

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First of all let me begin by saying cinnamon is very strong, you must use caution when using it. Cinnamon comes from the bark of several varieties of the evergreen trees that belongs to the genus Cinnamomum. The cinnamon essential oil Cinnamomum zeylanicun is distilled from the bark,stems and/or leaves( Cinnamomun verum) .The essential oil distilled from the bark is concentrated or very strong and very expensive. As aromatherapist we usually use cinnamon essential oils from the leaf, Cinnamomum verum it's less expensive and it's not as strong as the bark. All cinnamon essential oils must be diluted. I never...

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Essential Oil Profile: Cinnamon

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Latin Name: Cinnamomum verum Family: Lauraceae Plant Part: Leaf, Bark Method: Distillation Note/Element: Note:Top (Leaf), Middle/Base (Bark), Element: Fire Functional Group: Alcohol, Ester, Phenol, Aldehyde Type:Stimulating Ayurvedic Dosha (Balances): Vata(not for use on skin, irritating), Kapha (not for use on skin, irritating) Scent: Rich, Sweet, Spicy, Sharp, Penetrating For Skin Type: None (irritating) Cautions: Not during preganancy. beware: irritating to the skin. Physical Uses: Colds, flu, cough, nausea, digestion, infection (via diffusion), tonic Other Uses: Christmas scent, candles, potpourri Blends Well With: Citrus, lavender, spices, woods, patchouli, rose, roots Possible Substitutions: Clove, cardamon Resources: Katherine Graf:Aroma Studio:Aromatherapy Home Study Certification...

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