Wetality Pure Cinnamon10 ml essential oil
100% natural and pure.
Cinnamon essential oil is extracted by steam distillation from the Cinnamomum zeylanicum tree, also called Ceylon cinnamon or true cinnamon. There are two kinds of essential oils extracted from this plant: one from the leaves, which is gentler, yellow to light brown, and most often used in aromatherapy, and the other from the bark, which is a darker brown.
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Cinnamon bark essential oil is a strong irritant and should never be applied directly to the skin. Cinnamon leaf essential oil is milder and can be diluted in a carrier oil and applied to the skin, but not to sensitive areas. Wetality cinnamon leaf oil is 100% pure and non-toxic.
Cinnamon leaf essential oil has a pleasant, comforting aroma, which is both sweet and spicy with some woodsy layers. It helps create an atmosphere of joy.
Cinnamon oil has powerful antiseptic properties. When used in a diffuser, this oil is said to help colds and enhance mood. Because of its higher eugenol content, leaf oil is valued as a pain-killer. It is recommended by herbalists for its antimicrobial and antiviral properties.
USE: Add a few drops to your diffuser to enjoy its aromatherapy benefits and fill the room with a delightful aroma.
Add a few drops to a carrier oil and massage into skin to calm dry skin, enhance circulation, alleviate aches and muscle stiffness, address acne, rashes, infections, nourish the skin and revive the skin tone.
CAUTION: Always dilute in a carrier oil before skin application. Avoid sensitive areas. Avoid eye contact. Pregnant women should not use any kind of cinnamon essential oil.
The cinnamon tree is native to the Indian subcontinent and has been an important item of trade for centuries between India, China, and Egypt. The source of cinnamon was a mystery to the Western world for the longest time. According to Herodotus and other authors, Arabia was the source of cinnamon. The story goes that giant Cinnamon birds collected cinnamon sticks for their nests from a mysterious place where cinnamon trees grew. The Arabs then tricked the birds and got the cinnamon from them. This was the belief up to 1310 in Byzantium.