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Cinnamon Oil 15ml

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100% Organic Essential Oil

Spicy, sweet and warming, Cinnamon Leaf oil is an instant mood booster. It also alleviates pain, softens skin and purifies the air.

Germs are afraid of Cinnamon Leaf oil! It protects your immune system and is a powerful household cleaner.

It eases stiff joints and muscles, simulates circulation and revives mind, body and spirit.

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  • What it Does

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    Warm, invigorating and restorative, Cinnamon Leaf oil is an all-over tonic for the body. It relieves headaches, reduces fatigue and soothes joint and muscle aches for up to four hours.

    It’s used in dentistry, as skin care and calms upset stomachs because of its anti-inflammatory, analgesic and anti-spasmodic properties.

    Cinnamon leaf is rich in eugenol — an antibacterial and pain-relieving compound. Eugenol is potent and can cause irritation, so always dilute it when using on your skin (2–3 drops of Cinnamon Leaf oil per 30ml of carrier oil).

  • HOW TO USE FOR YOUR BODY

    9 ways to use Cinnamon Leaf oil for your body*

    Headache relief
    The eugenol in Cinnamon Leaf oil increases circulation by expanding the blood vessels, easing the pain and tightness of headaches.

    For an instant, easy-to-use remedy, inhale Cinnamon Leaf oil directly from the bottle, or add 2–3 drops to your diffuser.

     

    Joint and muscle pain
    Cinnamon Leaf oil can be as effective as commercial medications for relieving aches and pains. Create a “pain away” blend by mixing:

    – 2–3 drops Cinnamon Leaf oil
    -15ml almond or coconut oil

    Massage into sore muscles and aching joints. Regular massage will soothe inflammation, stiffness, muscle knots and back pain. If the oil irritates your skin, add more of the carrier oil.

     

    Hair tonic
    For healthy, lustrous hair, add a drop of Cinnamon Leaf oil to your shampoo. For kids, Cinnamon Leaf oil helps get rid of stubborn head lice.

    Cinnamon Leaf oil also stimulates hair growth and deals with dandruff, thinning hair and hair loss. To create a helpful treatment, combine:

    – 5–6 drops Cinnamon Leaf oil
    – 5 tablespoons olive oil

    Massage into your scalp. Leave on for 45 minutes before washing out with shampoo. Try this up to three times a week to encourage hair growth and stronger hair.

     

    Toenail fungus
    This infection attacks the nails through cuts or cracks in your nails or skin, leading to thickening and discolouring of the nail. It can also be painful.

    To treat toenail fungus, mix:
    – 2­­–5 drops Cinnamon Leaf oil
    – 15ml coconut or almond oil

    Apply to the affected nail twice a day. Twice a week, you can also add a few drops of Cinnamon Leaf oil to warm water and soak your feet. Add Epsom salts to draw out the fungus. Clean and cut your cuticles so that the oil can penetrate deep into the nail bed.

     

    Overeating
    If you tend to overindulge, you can diffuse Cinnamon Leaf oil. It works to curb the appetite and create the sensation of being full.

    Coughs and colds
    To ease congestion and soothe cough and cold symptoms, diffuse the following blend:
    – 1 drop Cinnamon Leaf oil
    – 1 drop Rosemary oil
    – 1 drop Eucalyptus oil
    – 1 drop Clove oil
    – 1 drop Sweet Orange oil

     

    Dry skin
    For a rejuvenating moisturiser, mix 1 drop of Cinnamon Leaf oil into your regular face cream and massage into your skin at night until it is absorbed. Works wonders on ageing skin.

     

    Indigestion
    To relieve bloating and stomach pain, dilute:
    – 3 drops Cinnamon Leaf oil
    – 2 tablespoons of a carrier oil (olive, jojoba, coconut)

    Massage it into the abdomen for about 5 minutes to tone the digestive system.

     

    Menstrual cramps and heavy periods
    You can use Cinnamon Leaf oil in a hot compress to lessen the pain of menstrual cramps. The heat boosts circulation, promoting an anti-inflammatory response.

    Completely wet a small face cloth or towel with lukewarm water. Wring it out, then heat in the microwave for about 20 seconds. Add 2 drops of Cinnamon Leaf oil and apply to areas with cramping.

    *This information is presented for informational purposes and is not intended to treat, diagnose or cure any illness.

  • HOW TO USE FOR YOUR MIND

    With its bold, uplifting scent, Cinnamon Leaf oil  inspires motivation and energy. It is invigorating, calming frayed nerves and easing stress and feelings of depression or failure. It also encourages clear and effective thinking.

    Add 3–8 drops of Cinnamon Leaf oil to your diffuser. Let your room and your mind be filled with this warm, nurturing scent.

    A blend of Cinnamon Leaf oil with Tea Tree or Lemon oils also boosts your mood and energy levels.

  • HOW TO USE FOR YOUR SPIRIT

    Energetically, Cinnamon Leaf oil is expansive. It encourages growth and new directions, while still feeling safe and comforted. It also releases negativities or habitual patterns we have outgrown.

    Cinnamon is also said to attract wealth as limiting beliefs transform into abundance. It is associated with the solar plexus chakra

    To enjoy both comfort and expansion, create a blend of:
    – 1 drop Cedarwood oil
    – 2–3 drops Sweet Orange oil
    – 1 drop Peppermint oil
    – 1 drop Cinnamon Leaf oil

    Add to a diffuser and snuggle into your sofa to relax and be inspired. Or, mix the blend with 15ml of carrier oil and massage into your solar plexus area.

  • HOW TO USE FOR YOUR DAILY LIFE

    Clothing detergent
    Include Cinnamon Leaf oil when you do a load of washing. Add 3 drops of Cinnamon Leaf oil to a glass of water. Pour into the area where you usually add fabric softener. The mixture will not stain your clothes.

     

    Disinfectant
    Concoct a powerful natural disinfectant by mixing 1 per cent Cinnamon Leaf oil with water in a bottle. Shake the bottle well each time you want to use it because the oil tends to separate.  Spray on surfaces, leave for 30 seconds and wipe off with a clean, damp cloth.

     

    Ant and cockroach deterrent
    The eugenol in Cinnamon Leaf oil disrupts ants’ and cockroaches’ communication systems and they dislike it intensely!

    Add 1 per cent Cinnamon Leaf oil to water in a spray bottle. Shake well. Spray in the path of ants and where cockroaches like to hide.

  • Ingredients
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    Organic Cinnamon leaf

     

    100% Organic Cinnamon leaf oil

    Steam distilled from the leaves of the cinnamon tree.

     

    Facts

    Botanical Name Cinnamomum zeylanicum
    Country of Origin Sri Lanka
    Aroma Spicy, musky, herbaceous
    Note Middle
    Chemical Constituents Cinnamaldehyde, Cinnamyl Acetate, Eugenol, and Eugenol Acetate.
    Food Declarations Botanica Culture can approve that Cinnamon Essential Oil is suitable for food application, only when the appropriate quantity/dilution is used. This material complies with European Food Regulations (i.e. 1881/2006).

     

    Cautions

    Keep out of reach of children

    If sensitivity occurs, discontinue use.

    The Eugenol in Cinnamon Leaf oil is NOT recommended for use around children or babies. Those with impaired liver function or clotting disorders should also avoid Cinnamon Leaf oil.

    If you are pregnant, consult your doctor before using.

    Avoid contact with eyes and sensitive areas of the body.

  • Full Ingredients
    • 100% Organic Cinnamon leaf oil

Description

How to Use Cinnamon oil

Spicy, sweet and warming, Cinnamon Leaf oil is an instant mood booster. It also alleviates pain, softens skin and purifies the air.

Germs are afraid of Cinnamon Leaf oil! It protects your immune system and is a powerful household cleaner.

It eases stiff joints and muscles, simulates circulation and revives mind, body and spirit.

1. Headache relief

The eugenol in Cinnamon Leaf oil increases circulation by expanding the blood vessels, easing the pain and tightness of headaches.

For an instant, easy-to-use remedy, inhale Cinnamon Leaf oil directly from the bottle, or add 2–3 drops to your diffuser.

 

2. Joint and muscle pain

Cinnamon Leaf oil can be as effective as commercial medications for relieving aches and pains. Create a “pain away” blend by mixing:

  • 2–3 drops Cinnamon Leaf oil
  • 15ml almond or coconut oil

Massage into sore muscles and aching joints. Regular massage will soothe inflammation, stiffness, muscle knots and back pain. If the oil irritates your skin, add more of the carrier oil.

 

3. Hair tonic

For healthy, lustrous hair, add a drop of Cinnamon Leaf oil to your shampoo. For kids, Cinnamon Leaf oil helps get rid of stubborn head lice.

Cinnamon Leaf oil also stimulates hair growth and deals with dandruff, thinning hair and hair loss. To create a helpful treatment, combine:

  • 5–6 drops Cinnamon Leaf oil
  • 5 tablespoons olive oil

Massage into your scalp. Leave on for 45 minutes before washing out with shampoo. Try this up to three times a week to encourage hair growth and stronger hair.

 

4. Toenail fungus

This infection attacks the nails through cuts or cracks in your nails or skin, leading to thickening and discolouring of the nail. It can also be painful.

To treat toenail fungus, mix:

  • 2­­–5 drops Cinnamon Leaf oil
  • 15ml coconut or almond oil

Apply to the affected nail twice a day. Twice a week, you can also add a few drops of Cinnamon Leaf oil to warm water and soak your feet. Add Epsom salts to draw out the fungus. Clean and cut your cuticles so that the oil can penetrate deep into the nail bed.

 

5. Overeating

If you tend to overindulge, you can diffuse Cinnamon Leaf oil. It works to curb the appetite and create the sensation of being full.

6. Coughs and colds

To ease congestion and soothe cough and cold symptoms, diffuse the following blend:

  • – 1 drop Cinnamon Leaf oil
  • – 1 drop Rosemary oil
  • – 1 drop Eucalyptus oil
  • – 1 drop Clove oil
  • – 1 drop Sweet Orange oil

7. Dry skin

For a rejuvenating moisturiser, mix 1 drop of Cinnamon Leaf oil into your regular face cream and massage into your skin at night until it is absorbed. Works wonders on ageing skin.

8. Indigestion

To relieve bloating and stomach pain, dilute:

  • – 3 drops Cinnamon Leaf oil
  • – 2 tablespoons of a carrier oil (olive, jojoba, coconut)

Massage it into the abdomen for about 5 minutes to tone the digestive system.

9. Menstrual cramps and heavy periods

You can use Cinnamon Leaf oil in a hot compress to lessen the pain of menstrual cramps. The heat boosts circulation, promoting an anti-inflammatory response.

Completely wet a small face cloth or towel with lukewarm water. Wring it out, then heat in the microwave for about 20 seconds. Add 2 drops of Cinnamon Leaf oil and apply to areas with cramping.

*This information is presented for informational purposes and is not intended to treat, diagnose or cure any illness.

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Weight 0.063 kg

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