Botany: Cinnamon Leaf comes from an evergreen in the Lauraceae botanical family. Cinnamon bark is also used in aromatherapy, but it has different properties than the bark. The whole tree, flowers, fruit, leaves, roots, and bark exude it's spicy aroma.
Scent Profile: Middle note that has a sweet, warm, and spicy aroma
Supports the circulatory system
Helps with colds and the flu, also supports the respiratory system
Pain relief for muscular aches and pains
Calming and stimulating during times of exhaustion and general fatigue
Blends well with: Black Spruce, Cedarwood, Cardamom, Clove, Ginger, Nutmeg, and Orange.
(oral usage) inhibit blood clotting, cause drug interactions.
Cinnamon cause skin & mucous membrane sensitization.
Contraindications: May interact with pethidine, MAOIs or SSRIs, anticoagulant medication, major surgery, peptic ulcer, hemophilia & other bleeding disorders.
Phenol-rich oils should not be used on people with skin issues such as dermatitis, or on babies or children.
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