Botanical Name - Cinnamomumzeylanicum
Caution - *Avoid in pregnancy and epilepsy. Usein moderation on the skin.
Aroma - Warm, spicy and sweet
Extraction - Steamdistillation
Part of Plant - Leaves
Country of Origin - SriLanka
Chemical Constituents - Eugenol, b-caryophyllene, eugenolacetate
Uses - Very warming and toning to the respiratory system when usedin an oil burner. Helps revitalise and restore and has been used as ananti-depressant. Helps stop the spread of infections. Supports the digestivesystem and eases spasms.
Organic Certificate - This essential oil is certified organicby the Soil Association, it has been produced to the highest ethical andenvironmental standards.
Storage - Storeoil in cool dark place and keep out of reach of children
Avoid use of essential oils (unless under medical supervision)if:
- You are pregnant
- You have a skincondition
- You have asthma
- You have severeallergies
- You have epilepsy orare prone to seizures
- You have heart disease
- You have high bloodpressure
- You are on a course oftreatment with prescribed medication
Rules for safe usage:
- Many essential oilsare too powerful to be applied directly to the skin undiluted (also known as“neat”), they must be diluted with a neutral carrier oil, such as jojoba oil,to avoid irritation.
- Never use essentialoils on or around the eyes or mucous membranes.
- Several oils, likebergamot and other citrus, can cause allergic sensitivity to the sun and shouldbe used with caution.
- Children and theelderly can be extra sensitive to the effects of essential oils.
- Essential oils areflammable, so keep them away from open flames.
- Never ingest essentialoils unless it is under the close supervision and prescription of aclinically-trained medical or aromatherapeutic professional. Some oils can betoxic, and if taken internally may be fatal. If you don’t know the specificchemistry of the oil, do not take it internally.