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This is an exceptional certified organic (NOP) cinnamon bark oil. It has powerful antiviral and antibacterial action. External use not recommended due to potential skin reaction.
Cinnamon Bark has an extremely powerful, very warm, diffusive, spicy-sweet aroma with a persistent dryness and warm, lasting powdery note in the drydown. Cinnamomum zeylanicum is indigenous to wet tropical regions of Sri Lanka, India and Southeast Asia. The scented, bushy evergreen has an aromatic bark that is removed from the young shoots, then cleaned and dried into golden brown aromatic quills.
Cinnamon is a well-known spice used extensively in food preparation, traditional and herbal medicine, and natural perfumery. The essential oil is beautiful in a diffuser, particularly for immune support around the holiday season. However, please note that Cinnamon Bark oil is a known skin irritant and must be treated with respect and care. Please be sure to see Blending Suggestions and Safety Considerations below.
The sweetness of Cinnamon (Cinnamomum zeylanicum) adds warmth and a spicy appeal to perfume compositions when used in trace amounts and is often used in Oriental and chypre perfumes to add a spicy, warm and sweet touch. It can add warmth to dry woody and spicy Orientals, and also adds a gourmand note to sweet, ambery Orientals as it has the culinary association of freshly baked goods (cinnamon buns, apple pie, etc.). It can also be used sparingly in florals as well as in fougère and aromatic herbal perfume formulas. We strongly emphasize that because perfumes are topically applied, potential skin irritancy needs to be kept in mind when Cinnamon Bark is incorporated into perfume compositions.
Uses in Aromatherapy: Powerful antiviral and antibacterial and has been used effectively to treat various infections.
Uses in Natural Perfumery: The sweetness of Cinnamon Bark adds warmth and a spicy appeal to blends when used in minute amounts. Cinnamon is often used in Oriental and chypre perfumes to add a spicy, warm and sweet touch. It can add warmth to dry woody and spicy orientals, and also adds a gourmand touch to sweet, ambery Orientals as it has the culinary association of freshly baked goods (cinnamon buns, apple pie, etc.). It can also be used sparingly in florals as well as in fougère and aromatic herbal blends.
Blending Suggestions: Highly dilute and add drop by drop to your blends until the desired effect is achieved. Approximately 1 drop per 1 fluid oz (30 ml) of carrier oil is considered an appropriate dilution for safe topical application. Please see Safety Considerations below for more information.
Blends Well With: Gourmand and vanilla notes (Cocoa Absolute,Vanilla CO2, Benzoin), other spice oils (Clove Oil, Cardamom, Coriander,Ginger, Ginger Lily CO2), Florals (Rose, Champaca CO2, Roman Chamomile, Jasmine), Sweet citrus notes (Sweet Orange, Blood Orange,Tangerine), Herbs (Lavender, Rosemary, Sage), as well as the woodsy-Oriental notes (Agarwood CO2, Frankincense, Labdanum, Patchouli,Sandalwood and Spikenard).
Safety Considerations: Drug interaction, may inhibit blood clotting, embryotoxic, high risk of skin sensitization, mucous membrane irritant (low risk); avoid in pregnancy and breastfeeding and on children less than 5 years of age, maximum dermal use level is 0.07% based on (E)-cinnamaldehyde and safrole content, otherwise has GRAS status (Generally Recognized as Safe). Highly dilute before using (see Blending Suggestions above). A patch test should be performed before use for those with sensitive skin.