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Known as “scent of Christmastime”, The cinnamon oil can also serve as natural support of body against common cold, digestive disorders and inflammations.
Cinnamon – the typical scent of comfort and warmth provides energy and vitality. But the cinnamon essential oil is not only popular as a winter fragrance. It has a stimulating and strengthening effect, stimulates appetite and digestion. Cinnamon oil is said to have an antibacterial, antiviral, fungicidal (anti-fungal) and anti-inflammatory effect.
Cinnamon is one of the oldest and most expensive spices in the world at the time. If you believe the traditions, it is said to have been used as a spice in China and India 3000 years ago. It was used in ancient Egypt for embalming and in ancient Greece as a fumigant. In the early Middle Ages, the Arabs brought cinnamon to Europe via trade routes.
Today, the cinnamon essential oil is often used in aromatherapy. It gives energy and warmth, is supposed to protect against common colds due to its strong antibiotic and antiviral effect and has an appetizing and digestive effect.
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The cinnamon oil can be used in combination of other essential oils:
Eucalyptus Oil – Anti-inflammatory against common cold discomforts
Lavender Oil – Harmonising and relaxing; improve sleeping quality
Lemongrass Oil – Improving concentration, wound-healing and antiseptic on insect bites
Orange Oil – Mind-brightening and stress-relieving
Peppermint Oil – Cooling, refreshing and soothening against headaches and cold symptoms
Rosemary Oil – Stimulative and activating concentration and creativity
Tea Tree Oil – Stabilising psyche and improving self- Supports immune system
Frankincense Oil – Assisting meditation and mind-focusing
Citron Oil – Refreshing and concentration facilitating for studying and working space
The real cinnamon tree originally comes from Ceylon, today’s Sri Lanka. With a maximum height of 10 meters under favorable conditions, the cinnamon tree is a rather small representative of tropical trees.
Cinnamon oil is primarily used as a fragrance and aroma. But it can also kill viruses, bacteria and fungi and inhibit inflammation. When taken orally, cinnamon can regulate blood sugar and cholesterol levels and alleviate indigestion. If you smell the scent of cinnamon oil, the cinnamon aldehyde reaches the smell and taste buds in the nose and throat via the air you breathe and thus affects the vegetative nervous system and digestion. It should also increase memory and concentration – try it out!
There are different oils of the cinnamon tree: the real cinnamon oil is obtained from the bark and young shoots of the Ceylon cinnamon tree. Cinnamon cassia oil (Cinnamomum cassia) from the cinnamon cassia, the Chinese cinnamon tree, has significantly less aroma than the real Ceylon cinnamon oil and a high proportion of the toxin coumarin. Cinnamon leaf oil from the leaves of the real cinnamon tree has a very strong fragrance and is often used for aromatherapy and cosmetics.
The cinnamon leaf essential oil is obtained by steam distillation.
Cinnamon oil contains numerous components. At this point, only three typical ingredients are mentioned:
We have now learned a lot about the properties of cinnamon oil. This enables us to draw direct conclusions about the areas of application. Cinnamon oil is very highly concentrated. This is why aromatherapy with a fragrance lamp or a diffuser is the gentlest way to experience its efects. Never use pure cinnamon oil on the skin, but always in combination with a carrier oil to avoid skin irritation.
What exactly can cinnamon oil do? Cinnamon oil is known for its warming, digestive and disinfectant properties. Aromatherapeutically, it not only improves the smell of the room air, but also fights bacteria, viruses and fungi that may be in the air. This can prevent the spread of infections, especially the respiratory tract. If an infection has caught you badly, cinnamon oil loosens stuck mucus in the throat and throat area, makes it easier to cough up and has a disinfectant effect to protect against infection.
In general, cinnamon oil has a pain-relieving (analgesic) effect and is therefore included in liniments for rheumatoid arthritis and arthrosis. Cinnamon oil is also used as an antifungal agent against fungal infections such as athlete’s foot and nail fungus.
The areas of application are summarized here:
Cinnamon oil – known to many as the warm scent of winter time – can do so much more than just spread the Christmas spirit. It disinfects the indoor air and thus prevents colds and infectious diseases. Cinnamon oil has a positive effect on digestion and appetite and has an analgesic and anti-inflammatory effect. When depressed, it can cheer you up and improve your memory and concentration. Try it!
Never use cinnamon oil undiluted on the skin. Mix it with a carrier oil (e.g. coconut, almond, jojoba oil) to avoid skin irritation.
Pregnant women should refrain from using cinnamon and cinnamon oil because high doses of cinnamon can cause labor pains. You should also avoid using it for small children.