Cinnamon Bark Essential Oil
Cinnamon Bark oil’s aroma is strong, warm, and spicy with a tenacious sweetness. Cinnamon Bark oil has a sweeter aroma than Cinnamon Leaf oil, and can add a clean, fresh aroma to any blend or perfume. Due to its spicy nature, this oil should be used in careful dilution.
$9.30 – $372.57
Cinnamon Bark Ceylon is our newest bark oil. The aroma is beautiful sweet and spicy.
Anti-inflammatory, powerfully antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal, anticoagulant, circulatory stimulant, stomach protectant (ulcers), antiparasitic (worms).
Use cinnamon bark for cardiovascular disease, infectious diseases, viral infections (Herpes, etc.) digestive complaints, ulcers and warts. A biblical oil. Dilute 1:4 with carrier oil (1 part Cinnamon Bark oil to 4 parts carrier oil). Caution: Avoid during pregnancy.
The main components in Cinnamon Bark Oil are Cinnamic Aldehyde, Eugenol, aceteugenol and trace amounts of other aldehydes. The amount of aceteugenol may be determined by the method of distillation. Steam distillation will decompose most of the aceteugenol. Water distillation is less detrimental to the natural aromatics in the bark.
Cinnamon Bark Oil is used in flavors for food and candy, baked goods, and beverages. It boast hundreds of uses and is considered one of the best and most powerful natural antiseptics. In perfumery it blends well with woody oriental arrangements. The warm, dry, and spicy character work well with Citrus and Frankincense.
"Cinnamon and Cassia are actually two species of the genus Cinnamomum and have similar fragrances. Both are very effective antibacterial and antiviral agents that God provided to protect the Israelites from disease. They support the human immune system in the battle against influenza and cold viruses - simply inhale them or put them on the soles of your feet. (Do not apply these powerful oils to sensitive areas of the body since they may be slightly caustic and irritating in these areas. If irritation occurs, apply vegetable "carrier" oil immediately to "cool off" the skin.)" taken from The Maker's Diet, by Jordan S. Rubin
" The scent is extremely powerful, diffusive, warm-spicy, and tenacious. The undertone and dry-out notes reveal a dryness uncommon with the unusual sweetness.
Steffen Arctander describes the longer lasting notes as "powdery-dusty but warm, uniform and lasting...." He also describes the top notes as fruity-fresh and candy-sweet comparable to a good clove bud oil.
Be cautious buying Cinnamon Bark. If the price is too good to be true then pass by it." - Dr. R. Pappas
Strength of Aroma: Medium to Strong
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