Cinnamon (Dalchini) Premium Essential Oil
Cinnamon (Cinnamomum zeylanicum, C,verum)
When most people think of cinnamon, visions of delicious baked goods are often the first thing to come to mind. Besides its value in culinary applications, cinnamon offers superb benefits when used in natural medicines. Cinnamon essential oil has a spicy, somewhat musky fragrance that may remind you more of incense than anything else.
Use in the bath or shower for absorption and aromatherapy benefits
Diffuse for aromatherapy benefits and respiratory ailments
Massage, diluted, for physical ailments
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Make sure that you choose cinnamon essential oil extracted from the leaves, rather than the bark of the cinnamon tree. Cinnamon bark essential oil is of little use in aromatherapy and is a strong dermal toxin. Cinnamon leaf essential oil should be used with care. Because it can stimulate menstrual flow, pregnant women should avoid cinnamon essential oil. Those with hemophilia, prostate cancer, kidney disease or liver disease should avoid cinnamon essential oil. Those taking anticoagulants should avoid cinnamon essential oil. It can be a dermal irritant for sensitive individuals. Conduct a patch test before use. Cinnamon essential of irritates the mucus membranes.
- Avoid contact with mucus membranes.
- Do not use if you are pregnant.
- Do not use if you have hemophilia
- Do not use if you have kidney disease.
- Do not use if you have liver disease.
- Do not use if you have prostate cancer.
- May cause skin irritation.
- Not safe for children under 6.
- Not safe for internal use.