Common Name: Cinnamon leaf
Botanical Name: Cinnamomum zeylanicum Blume
Common Uses: Anti-infectious, antifungal, anti-inflammatory. Pain relieving. Stimulates the circulatory system, strengthens the heart and nervous system. Treats nausea, gas and diarrhea. Relieves colic and general stomach discomforts. Diffuse with respiratory blends or combine with ginger for an effective analgesic and rubifactant. Helps balance blood sugar.
Special Notes: Lovely in the diffuser. What most people want when looking for that cinnamon aroma. Avoid while pregnant or topical use with young children as well and anyone on any type of blood thinners.
GC/MS 1.12% a-Pinene, 1.37% a-Phellandrene, 2.14% Linalool, 1.35% e-Cinnamaldehyde, 1.07% Safrole, 75.02% m-Eugenol, 3.45% trans-Caryophyllene, 1.69% e-Cinnamyl acetate, 3.03% Eugenol acetate, 3.39% Benzyl benzoate with others at under 1%. Full reporta available upon request.