Cinnamon Bark essential Oil
Cinnamomum Burmannii (Conventional)
Herbal/Folk Tradition; The inner bark of the new shoots from the cinnamon tree are gathered every two years and sold in the form of sticks for use as a domestic spice. It has been used for thousands of years in the East for a wide range of compalints including colds, flu, digestive and menstrual problems, rheumatism, kidney troubles and as a general stimulant. Current in the British Herbal Pharmacopoeia as a specific for flatulent colic and dyspepsia with nausea.
The oil are used extensively in food flavouring, especially in alcoholic and soft drink, including Coca Cola.
1. a yellow to brownish liquid with warm-spicy, somewhat harsh odour
2. a pale to dark yellow liquid with a sweet, warm-spicy, dry, tenacious odour. it blends well with Frankincense, Ylang yalng, orange, tangerine, geranium, peru balsam and oriental type mixture.
not advisable on skin even on dilution as the bark oil is dermal irritant. vaporise for stronger immune system, chills, colds, flu, infection diseases.