Organic Cinnamon Essential Oil – Zongle Therapeutics

Organic Cinnamon Essential Oil

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Cinnamon comes from a tropical, evergreen tree that can grow up to 45 feet high. The tree has highly fragrant bark, leaves, and flowers. Organic Cinnamon Essential oil is botanically known as Cinnamomum Zeylanicum. This oil is extracted by steam distillation of cinnamon leaves and twigs, it is the kind that is used in home aromatherapy settings. Additionally the dried inner bark is used to create the organic cinnamon bark essential oil, some properties between the two are different.

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Cinnamon Essential Oil extracted from the leaves is known to have an aroma that is spicy and musky. It is generally lighter in color and often appears to be a brownish-yellow.

How to Use Cinnamon Essential Oil

Aromatically, Cinnamon oil can be diffused throughout your home using a diffuser. You can also directly inhale the oil by sniffing it right out of the bottle or applying some to your skin and clothes and smelling it that way, similar to a perfume.

Topically, cinnamon oil needs to be diluted in a carrier oil like coconut in a 1:1 ratio, applying it directly may lead to allergic reactions or burning.

Internally, only therapeutic and organic grade cinnamon oil can be ingested, such as Zongle’s. Cinnamon Oil can be added to recipes, into smoothies or as a dietary supplement. The essential oil is more potent than the dry version of cinnamon used in recipes, so smaller quantities result in immense flavor.

Benefits of the Oil

The flavorful herb also used as a spice, has been a part of traditional medicine practices since the ancient times. But what makes essential oils different than ground or whole herbs is their potency. Cinnamon oil is a highly concentrated source of benefits of cinnamon.

  1. Boosts Flavor and Health

Essential oils can be used in small amounts in the kitchen. If you love the taste of cinnamon in your bread or pastries, one drop is all you need to flavor 32 ounces of dough. Apart from imparting flavor, it helps maintain metabolic function. One can relieve an occasional indigestion or upset stomach by adding a drop of cinnamon oil to a hot cup of tea or water.

  1. Massage Oil

Cinnamon bark essential oil is great to have during the winter months when joints and muscles begin to ache. Add a drop or two to a carrier oil, then gently heat and massage onto sore areas. When adding cinnamon leaf oil to a massage blend, never add more than one drop of it to five milliliters of carrier oil, and always perform a patch test.

  1. Supports Cardiovascular Health

Many benefits of cinnamon oil are associated with its ability to promote better flow of blood and oxygen. This helps stimulate the immune system and also helps maintain cardiovascular health.

  1. Supports Oral Health

Cinnamon essential oil is a great alternative to clove oil to support oral health and freshen breath. For good oral health add a drop of cinnamon essential oil to your daily mouthwash.

Take Away

Extracted from the leaves of the tree, Cinnamon Leaf essential oil has a warm and spicy fragrance which blends well with a wide range of essential oils, especially the citrus ones, or it can be enjoyed just on its own.

Wondering where to buy cinnamon oil?

Order your Organic Cinnamon Essential Oil, online only from Zongle Therapeutics- 100% pure, therapeutic grade!


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  • Wondering which essential oil we could use for 4 yr old. Horrible tantrums!!!!! Don’t like to use medicines especially this young thought maybe there was something homeopathic. Thought maybe chamomile? Thank you

    Mari Ashcraft on

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