Cinnamon Leaf Oil

Cinnamon leaf oil comes from Cinnamomum verum (also called Laurus cinnamomum and formerly referred to as C. zeylanicum) from the Laurel (Lauraceae) family. This small and bushy evergreen tree is native to state and Southern India, but now grows in many countries like Brazil, Egypt, Vietnam and Indonesia

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The cinnamon tree may be distinguished by its small, white flowers, dark green leaves and purple oval berries. Its bark is about 10 millimeters thick and is incredibly aromatic. On young shoots, the bark is pale brown and smooth, but on mature branches and stems, it becomes a darker brown or brownish-gray color, and with a rough texture.

Cinnamon is one among the oldest spices known to man. it had been valued in ancient Egypt not only as a medication and beverage flavoring, but also as an embalming agent and is additionally mentioned within the Bible. Cinnamon was so precious that it had been considered more valuable than gold throughout a number of its history.

You've probably heard of cinnamon bark oil, but do not be confused — it's a completely different product. Cinnamon bark oil is extracted from the outer bark of the tree, leading to a potent volatile oil that's used for flavoring in foods, beverages and other pharmaceutical preparations. Cinnamon bark oil is extremely refined and thus very expensive for everyday use, which is why many of us accept cinnamon leaf oil, as it's lighter, cheaper and ideal for normal use.

Cinnamon leaf oil incorporates a musky and spicy scent, and a light-yellow tinge that distinguishes it from the red-brown colour of cinnamon bark oil.

Insect repellent:

Cinnamon leaf oil has good antitermitic properties, thanks mainly to its eugenol, cinnamaldehyde and a-terpineol content. It can help thrust back rice weevils, making it efficient as a stored paddy rice protectant.

Lip Care:

Cinnamon leaf volatile oil suitable for treating your skin, make it equally suitable for keeping your lips moist. It can also help heal any damage which will occur from dehydration -- like chapped lips or cracking.

Skin Treatment:

The oil produced from the leaf of this tree is loaded with antioxidants which make it incredibly compatible as a skin treatment.