Cinnamon essential oil – Organic

Product Description

Processing method of cinnamon essential oil: steam distillation
Part of the plant: bark
Yield: 4kg of oil = about 1-tonne bark
Odour: Spicy, mild and sweet (HEART NOTE)
Chakra: Root
Origin: Madagascar

Botanical name: Cinnamomum zeylanicum B
Family: Lauraceae

This tree, always green, measures about 20 meters high but the branches are often folded down at human height in order to facilitate the harvest. The evergreen leaves are oblong and of a beautiful bright green, while the flowers smell bad.

The bark is placed about a week to dry in the sun. The cork from the bark is removed and the next day the entire outer layer of the bark is scraped off to use only the inner layer. The bark is then rolled up on both sides. The rolls are then immersed in water to obtain a slight fermentation. The distillation which will follow will last about ten hours


Aldehydes: cinnamaldehyde (50 to 75%),
Esters: cinnamyl acetate (<18%)
Monoterpenes: beta phellandrene (<11%)
Sesquiterpenes: beta-caryophyllene (<9%)
Phenols: eugenol (<7.50%)


  • Antiseptic
  • Insecticide, acaricide
  • Antiviral
  • Very potent anti-parasitic and antibacterial
  • Tonic and general stimulant (physical and psychic) – aphrodisiac (male erectile troubles, impotence)
  • Uterine tonic helps menstruation
  • Light, fluidising anticoagulant

♦Main psycho-emotional properties – booster♦

  • encourages and stimulates creativity
  • tonic effect, euphoric, stimulates the senses
  • warms the mood, increases emotions
  • invigorates, elevates morale, strengthens the body, warms the body, heart and spirit
  • gives boldness to get out of the everyday life

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