Ingredients/INCI: Cinnamomum zeylanicum
Nazwa botaniczna: Cinnamomum zeylanicum
Nazwa zwyczajowa: Cinnamon Oil, Cinnamon oil Kora
CAS #: 8015-91-6, FEMA: 2291
Ciężar właściwy: 1,01000 - 1.03000 @ 25.00 °C
Współczynnik załamania: 1,57300 - 1,59100 @ 20.00 °C
Używane części roślin: kora
metoda ekstrakcji: destylację z parą wodną
Kolor i zapach: Czerwono-brązowy z ciepłym, korzennym zapachem.
Liście oraz kora są częściami roślin, z których pozyskiwany jest Cinnamon oil. Ma on pieprzny, ziemisty lekko zdrewniały zapach.
Kraj pochodzenia: Sri Lanka
Cena: 8,80 £
Cinnamon oil is extracted during the process of steam distillation. It has an oriental character and a very intense, spicy and pleasant fragrance. Cinnamon oil has strong antiseptic properties, which means that it inhibits the growth of bacteria and viruses in an organism. A massage with the use of this oil supports the treatment of arthritic and rheumatic changes. The oil strongly stimulates blood circulation in the human body, and, therefore, it is used in cosmetology. Cinnamon oil is applied in order to reduce cellulitis and excessive fat tissue. What’s interesting is that cinnamon oil is often included in lip augmentation preparations. It reduces swelling, prevents skin discoloration resulting from acne and closes skin pores. If the oil is used in a diluted form, its application does not cause skin irritation. Cinnamon oil boosts libido of both genders as well as sexual potency. It nicely warms up, refreshes and cleanses – therefore, it is an indispensable oil in aromatherapy. Thanks to it, you can reduce menstrual pains, and after adding it to a bath or an oil burner your senses will be soothed and you will have more energy, thanks to a delicate stimulating effect. Essential oils included in cinnamon also influence brain work and improve memory and concentration. The oil is also often used in cosmetic industry for oral hygiene preparations as well as in perfume industry.