Cinnamon Essential Oil has a distinct woody aroma that can uplift the mood and provide relief. It is used for its anti-inflammatory and painkilling properties during injuries. It is also known for treating cough and cold. It can be used to cure issues related to skin like acne, rashes, uneven skin tone and dry skin.
Cinnamon is a spice that is valued for its versatility all around the world. It was very expensive in ancient times due to which it became a status symbol. It was popular in Europe because of its ability to preserve meat in the winter. While in Ancient Egypt, it was used to embalm mummies. Cinnamon essential oil is used as a common flavouring agent in various cuisines. It is also well-known for its ability to support the immune system and digestion. Furthermore, it cures bad breath and swollen gums due to which it is an important constituent of mouth freshener. Cinnamon Essential Oil can be used to treat minor wounds, inflammation, high blood pressure, low immunity, and fatigue. The warm aroma of Cinnamon Essential Oil helps reduce stress. Due to its high Cinnamaldehyde content, it is sedative in nature. Therefore, the oil is great for people suffering from depression and anxiety. Furthermore, regular usage can help you get a naturally clean and bright skin.
Air purifierAnalgesic Antibacterial Antidepressant Anti-infectious Anti-inflammatory Antiseptic Antispasmodic Antiviral Aphrodisiac Digestive Diuretic Emotional balancer Emotionally uplifting Fungicidal Heals the skin Immune stimulant Nervous system sedative Prevents infections Sedative Stress-relieving Toner Vulnerary
Exposure to the sun should be strictly avoided as it is highly phototoxic
Should not be used by pregnant or breast-feeding women
Should not be used for children under 2 years
Dilute before use
For external use only
May cause skin irritation
Avoid contact with eyes
Test skin prior to use
Get guidance from practitioner if you have epilepsy
cancer or other medical problems