HE14 | Cinnamon Bark Oil

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HE14 | Cinnamon Bark Oil

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~ Cinnamomum Zeylanicum ~

The cinnamon trees of Madagascar can reach 20 meters, and produce bark for 30 years. In cultivation, trees are cut back every third year so that shoots grow close to the ground for ease of harvesting. These shoots, or coppices, are harvested for bark every three years.


Uses:
Used in flavor and fragrance. Beneficial for hair and is useful in detoxification.

Directions:
Use in oil burner: add a few drops to water.

Botanical Name:
Cinnamomum zeylanicum The word Cinnamon comes from the Latin Cinnamomum, which comes from the Greek Kinnamoomon.

Oil Characteristics:
Reddish-yellow with a slightly oily consistency. A middle note in perfumery, it has a spicy earthy aroma.

Chemical Characteristics:
cinnamic aldehyde 40 - 50 % eugenol 4 - 10 % benzyl benzoate 1.0 % a-pinene 0.2 % 1,8-cineole 1.65% linalool 2.3 % caryophyllene 1.35 %

Chemical Profile:
cinnamic aldehyde 40 - 50 % eugenol 4 - 10 % benzyl benzoate 1.0 % a-pinene 0.2 % 1,8-cineole 1.65% linalool 2.3 % caryophyllene 1.35 %

Physical Properties:
PHYSICAL PROPERTIES @ 20° Specific Gravity 15°- 1.016 Refractive Index- 1.5746 Optical Rotation- -2° 34'

Production Method:
Steam Distillation- Bark

Warnings:
Caution should be taken when using Essential Oils. Do not use any oils without consultation from a qualified aromatherapy practitioner. All Essential Oils should be kept out of the reach of children. Possible skin irritant; Test on small area of skin and dilute if necessary, before use.
NOT TO BE TAKEN INTERNALLY