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Cinnamon oil 10 ml
Cinnamon Essential Oil
Cinnamon Plant and Its Benefits?
Ceylon cinnamon is grown in Sri Lanka, India, and Myanmar. It is a low-height tree that does not shed its leaves in winter. The young branches of this tree are cut, the bark is peeled off, and the cork layers are removed; the layers are placed inside each other and wrapped and dried. It is then sold in the form of a stick or crushed and as a spice under the name Ceylon cinnamon. This type of cinnamon, which is light brown and sweet, tastes pleasant, is desirable.
Chinese cinnamon, on the other hand, has a lesser and burning taste than Ceylon cinnamon.
The main ingredient in both types of cinnamon is cinnamic aldehyde, an essential oil. In addition to being a spice, cinnamon is added to some dishes, desserts and wines to add flavor and aroma. Cinnamon essential oil, which is obtained from the fruit of the tree, is also used in the cosmetics and perfume industry.
How Is Cinnamon Essential Oil Made?
It was obtained by steam distillation.
Weight and Storage
10 ml. in a glass bottle with a dropper. Close the lid tightly after each use. It is stored in a cool and dry place with its mouth closed, without direct exposure to heat and light, for 2 years from the date of production.
It is used by diluting with cold pressed fixed oil .
How to Dilute Essential Oils with Fixed Oil?
10 drops of cinnamon essential oil into 50 ml. of fixed oil, dilute it by mixing.
For external use. Do not apply directly to the skin without diluting. * Test it on your wrist
100% cinnamon essential oil.
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* Test it on your wrist
Do an allergy test by dropping a drop of the diluted essential oil into the wrist and waiting for half an hour. Naturally, there may be allergic factors coming from the plant.
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