Cinnamon Leaf Eseential Oil - Benefits and Uses
Healthier with Cinnamon Leaf Eseential Oil
Cinnamon Leaf Oil
- Botanical name: Cinnamomum zeylanicum
- Origin: Madagascar
- Method of extraction: Steam Distilled
- Plant part: Leaf
- Aroma: Spicy, Sweet, Woodsy
- Consistency: Medium
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History and Health Benefits
- Cinnamon leaf oil helps with flu, rheumatism, warts, coughs, colds and viral infections. It has been used for centuries to support circulatory problems, digestion and immune deficiency. This oil also helps reduce the appearance of cellulite, stress, fatigue and muscle tightness. Cinnamon leaf oil is useful both as an insect repellent and as a disinfectant. Cinnamon oil improves the spirit by increasing low vitality, motivation and creativity. Cinnamon calms the mind by stimulating emotions and helping with mental exhaustion. Cinnamon oil is an amazing natural remedy and can be used to supplement your current diet, treat various skin, hair and health problems. So knowing the benefits of this amazing natural product can be very helpful on your path to a healthier lifestyle.
History and Interesting facts:
- Cinnamon leaf oil originates from Madagascar, France, Sri Lanka and India. Cinnamon is also used in Egypt. The Egyptians used cinnamon in their embalming procedures. This is one of the most common spices in the Old Testament. In the 15th and 16th centuries, cinnamon was one of the most prized spices, it was even more valuable than gold. It was used because of its medicinal and aromatic properties. It was also used in perfumes at that time. In medieval Europe, it was used in religious services, as well as for the treatment of diarrhea, menstrual complications, infections, nausea and sore throats.
- Cinnamon leaf oil has a rich chemical composition of vital natural phytonutrients that give the oil its healing properties. The most notable of these are eugenol, linalool, benzyl benzoate and small amounts of cinnamaldehyde. The therapeutic properties of cinnamon leaf oil are analgesic, antiseptic, antibiotic, antispasmodic, aphrodisiac, astringent, insecticidal. Cinnamon oil can help with rheumatism, arthritis and general pain. Soothes the feeling of depression and stimulates the glandular system.
10 Benefits and Uses of Cinnamon Leaf Essential Oil
Study them and you will see for yourself that you will find a way to use cinnamon leaf essential oil in your daily life.
- 1. Improves blood sugar levels and insulin sensitivity
- 2. For nice hair and skin and thicker lips
- 3. Fights fungal infections and parasites
- 4. Helps to lose weight
- 5. With gastritis and ulcers
- 6. Relieves respiratory infections
- 7. Relieves muscle spasms, rheumatism etc
- 8. Eliminates stress and improves sleep
- 9. Acts as an aphrodisiac
Improves blood sugar levels and insulin sensitivityC innamon has been shown to have a positive effect on insulin secretion, which means that it can help maintain blood sugar stability and therefore prevent chronic fatigue, low mood, hunger and overeating. Cinnamaldehyde reduces the risk of type 2 diabetes by increasing insulin sensitivity. In a study (https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/14633804/) of 60 people with type 2 diabetes, three different amounts (one, three or six grams) of cinnamon supplements were taken for 40 days, have led to lower blood glucose levels as well as lower levels of triglycerides, LDL cholesterol and total cholesterol. How to use: ◥ Add to your diet to regulate blood sugar levels; ◥ Inhaling cinnamon oil can help prevent unhealthy hunger; ◥ Add 1-2 drops in a glass of water and drink.
For nice hair and skin and thicker lipsW ith its anti-inflammatory properties, cinnamon oil can be an effective natural remedy for treating inflammatory skin problems such as rashes and acne. The oil produced from cinnamon leaves is rich in antioxidants, which makes it extremely suitable for treating the skin. It helps remove and prevent the formation of free radicals on the skin. They can occur with excessive exposure to the sun's harmful rays, intake of fatty foods, use of products that contain large amounts of chemicals (especially parabens) and some types of drugs. Free radicals, by binding to the cells of the body, cause serious cell degeneration. They are also linked to the development of cancer. That is why it is important to treat them quickly. Antioxidants help capture and retain free radicals before they bind to cells in the body, thus allowing us to get rid of them before harm is done. Cinnamon leaf essential oil also helps retain moisture in our skin cells, which means that the skin will stay hydrated throughout the day. Cinnamon oil can also be beneficial for the hair, as many beauty magazines recommend this spicy essential oil to improve the health and growth of hair. Most shampoos, conditioners and hair sprays are full of toxic and ultimately damaging chemicals that can have negative effects on both hair and our health. Instead of using a chemical-based shampoo, we can turn to herbal shampoos and essential oils to treat hair. Cinnamon leaf essential oil is great for treating hair as it contains a large amount of natural antioxidants that help wash away free radicals and prevent hair damage over time. Cinnamon oil is a strong natural anti-inflammatory agent and can also be used as an antiseptic, non-irritating balm. This means that it can help treat and relieve inflammation of the scalp - one of the main causes of dandruff, as well as destroy germs that could cause inflammation or worsen it. The oil helps to stimulate blood circulation to the scalp when massaged and can help nourish the hair from the inside, thus leading to healthier hair in general, as more nutrients can reach the hair follicles. This helps stimulate hair growth, slows down the hair loss process and even prevents hair loss. Using warming cinnamon lip oil is a natural way to make them more voluminous by boosting circulation in this area. The same properties that make cinnamon leaf essential oil suitable for treating your skin make it equally suitable for keeping your lips moisturized. It helps a lot with chapped lips. Most conventional lip balms tend to dry out your lips after a short time, so you need to use them constantly. Cinnamon leaf oil is a natural remedy that can help keep your lips soft, smooth, thick and moisturized throughout the day without causing a feeling of dryness soon after. How to use: For beautiful and healthy skin: ◥ Mix cinnamon essential oil with base oil (almond, coconut or olive oil) and apply on the skin. For beautiful hair and healthy scalp: ◥ Combine a few drops of cinnamon oil with base oil like almond and massage into the scalp; ◥ Add 1-2 to the amount of shampoo you use when washing your hair. For moisturized and full lips: ◥ Combine two drops of cinnamon oil with a tablespoon of coconut oil to moisturize your lips; ◥ Rub your lips with a soft toothbrush for a minute or two. Then add a few drops of cinnamon leaf essential oil to a teaspoon of coconut oil and rub the mixture on your lips. If there is excess oil on your lips, soak it with a tissue. This is especially suitable for use in dry summers or cold winters.
Fights fungal infections and parasitesA ccording to a study published in 2016 (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5028442/), cinnamon oil and olive oil have antifungal and antimicrobial activity against fungal strains such as Candida albicans, which is often cause toenail fungus and other fungal infections. Studies have found that cinnamon oil inhibits the growth of some harmful parasites. A study published in 2014 in the Iranian Journal of Parasitology evaluates the effects of cinnamon and ginger on giardiasis, an intestinal infection caused by the giardia parasite (G. lamblia). Cinnamon also has an inhibitory effect on Plasmodium falciparum, which is a parasite that causes malaria. Researchers have found that cinnamon can help fight parasites by disrupting their biosynthesis of amino acids, which is essential for their survival. How to use: In fungal infections: ◥ Combine a few drops of cinnamon essential oil with olive or coconut oil and apply it on problem areas; Against parasites: ◥ Take internally with a glass of water or add to food.
Helps to lose weightC innamon is gaining a reputation as a fat burning food and a valuable tool for weight loss. It has the ability to balance blood sugar levels and sweeten the taste of foods without added sugar. A study published in the journal Metabolism shows how cinnamaldehyde, a chemical found in cinnamon oil, can potentially help fat cells burn energy. The study specifically shows how cinnamaldehyde activates thermogenic and metabolic reactions in human fat cells, which may be beneficial for weight loss and obesity prevention. Unstable blood sugar can lead to overeating, low energy and weight gain, but taking cinnamon oil helps to slow down the rate of blood glucose release. How to use: ◥ Add 2-3 drops of pure high quality cinnamon oil to fruits, tea, oatmeal, muesli, pastries or smoothies.
With gastritis and ulcersA type of bacterium called Helicobacter pylori or H. pylori is known to cause ulcers. When H. pylori is destroyed or reduced, it can significantly alleviate the symptoms of an ulcer. The beneficial compound in cinnamon essential oil, called eugenol, as an antibacterial agent fights harmful bacteria that cause infections in the gastrointestinal tract and aids digestion. Relieves ulcers, gastritis, diarrhea, heaviness in the stomach, vomiting. Eugenol reduces both the number of ulcers and their severity. How to use: ◥ Take 2-3 drops daily on a teaspoon of honey dissolved in a glass of warm water;
Relieves respiratory infectionsE 6. Helps with sore throats and viral infections With its anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, antioxidant and immunostimulatory properties, cinnamon essential oil is a great choice for fighting infections such as sore throats, respiratory and viral infections. How to use: For sore and sore throat: ◥ Take in the morning on an empty stomach warm water with lemon, honey and cinnamon oil. All these ingredients taken together will help reduce sore throat and inflammation and strengthen your immune system. For bronchitis and chest pain: ◥ Diffuse or inhale cinnamon oil.
Relieves muscle spasms, rheumatism, arthritis and painC innamon oil has an antispasmodic and warming effect. It has a soothing effect. Reduces menstrual pain by stimulating the endocrine glands. How to use: In arthritis and rheumatism: ◥ Add to the bath to relieve symptoms. For toothache: ◥ Rub the gum around the diseased tooth with cinnamon oil.
Eliminates stress and improves sleepW hen dispersed for aromatherapy, it creates an energizing, uplifting, uplifting atmosphere in any home or workplace. Cinnamon oil is a great essential oil that will help lift your spirits after a long, tiring day and eliminate stress. The oil also works well as a natural sedative, so it can be used to stimulate healthy and continuous sleep - a vital part of maintaining a healthy body and well-balanced hormones and emotions. How to use: ◥ Diffuse a few drops of cinnamon oil; Create a characteristic warm, festive atmosphere during the winter months: ◥ Mix essential oils of cinnamon, orange, cloves and lemon and add to a diffuser or room spray. You will feel a relaxing feeling and the air will be purified.
Acts as an aphrodisiacI n Ayurvedic medicine, cinnamon is sometimes recommended for sexual dysfunction. Studies point to cinnamon oil as a possible natural remedy for impotence. For subjects with age-induced sexual dysfunction, Cinnamomum cassia extract has been shown to improve sexual function by effectively enhancing both sexual motivation and erectile function. How to use: ◥ Inhale directly from the bottle or diffuse cinnamon essential oil; ◥ Add a few drops of cinnamon essential oil to massage oil and have a relaxing massage;
Mixing Cinnamon Leaf with other Essential Oils
Blends with OilsCinnamon oil has a spicy but sweet aroma that mixes easily with other oils and has fixing properties. This means that it can increase the strength of the newly created aroma, as well as prolong the time during which the aromas are felt. Essential oils that mix well with cinnamon include:
Precautions when using Cinnamon Leaf Essential Oil
The stated actions, methods of application and dosages refer only to the products with the brand Amerov Oils™, for which we guarantee the purity, quality and origin of the oils.
Cinnamon oil is generally considered safe, but there is always the possibility for some people to react to essential oils. Sensitive people may experience allergic reactions when cinnamon oil is taken internally or applied topically. This can manifest as skin irritation, itching and rashes spreading throughout the body. It is best to do a skin test on a small area of skin when using a new essential oil to make sure allergies are not a problem. Always mix the oil with a suitable base oil (coconut, olive or almond) before applying it on your skin, as it is quite strong in pure form and can irritate sensitive skin types. If you are taking internal cinnamon oil and you have problems such as nausea, stomach pain and diarrhea, stop taking it immediately. A small number of people report burning sensations and pain when taking cinnamon oil, especially people who have mouth ulcers. In people who have a very sensitive heart rhythm and cardiovascular system, cinnamon may react with drugs and cause dyspnea (difficulty breathing). Avoid during pregnancy as it has an emenagogic effect (causes menstruation). Detoxification is not recommended during pregnancy and lactation because the excreted toxins can pass through the placenta and breast milk into the baby. Do not use internally by young children up to 8 years! Keep out of reach of children. Consult a healthcare professional if you are taking medication or have a medical condition.
Frequently Aasked Questions
1Is this oil safe for internal use?
At Amerov Oils, we test all our oils with GC / MS and all the oils we supply are distilled from plants that are either certified organically, organically grown or in their natural state. All are grown without the use of chemical pesticides. With this in mind, we believe that our oils are nutritious, but we do not encourage internal use unless a person has undergone special training, because if not used properly, it can do more harm than good. That's why our labels say only for external use, because we want to ensure that our customers remain safe.
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