|Product Name||Cinnamon Oil Price||Storage||In a Cool and Dry Place|
|Appearance||Yellowish-Brown Liquid||Shelf life||2 Years|
Cinnamon oil has been known from time immemorial and has its own place in the history of medicine and kitchen. It is extraxted from the bark of the Cinnamon tree(Cinnamomum cassia, Cinnamomum zeylanicum). With its origin being India and Ceylon (Sri lanka), cinnamon is being cultivated in almost all the tropical regions of the world. Though available throught the year, Cinnamon is mostly used in the winter and colder regions owing to its spicy and warm flavour.It has its own prominence in Ayurveda (The Traditional Indian Medicinal System). Cinnamon has been in use in almost all cultures for treating menstruation, Cold, Yeast Infection, Arthritis, Diarrhoea and Digestive problems.Cinnamon is an important source of Calcium(Ca), Iron(Fe), andManganese(Mn). It can also be quoted under the following Anti-"Stringent, Bacterial, Fungal, Microbial and Clotting" properties.
Cinnamon Oil is extracted by crushing and distilling cinnamon. The active components in this oil are Cinnamaldehyde, Cinnamyl Acetate, Cinnamyl Alcohol and many other polyphenolic polymers.
- Promotes circulation both internally and when applied to the skin
- Maintains a healthy immune system
- Promotes oral health
- Helps alleviate sore muscles and joints
- Long used to flavor food and for its internal health benefits