Packaging & Storage :

  • Wide Mouth Glass Jars in 30ml, 200ml, 300ml, 420ml, 500ml, 650ml & 950ml
  • 1000Ltr Paper IBC Tank
  • Jerry Cans in 10Ltr, 18Ltr & 20Ltr
  • 21 Mt ISO Tanks
  • 200Ltr New steel Drum

Other packing types available upon request

Cinnamon Oil

Cinnamon Bark Oil :

Cinnamon Bark Oil is warm, spicy and revitalizing. The major chemical in cinnamon bark oil is Cinnamaldehyde. Cinnamon owes its distinctive, spicy fragrance to the volatile oil that it contains. Cinnamon bark oil is a natural analgesic and can be used to relieve the pain of various complaints, including rheumatism.  This aromatic oil also has anti-inflammatory, antiseptic and anti-spasmodic properties. In addition to having therapeutic benefits for several physical symptoms; cinnamon bark essential oil can have beneficial psychological effects when vaporized.  It releases a stimulating and invigorating aroma. Cinnamon Bark Oil – when used in very small amounts – is a valuable addition to many Aromatherapy blends, adding warmth, spice and inspiration.

Cinnamon Leaf Oil :

Cinnamon leaf oil has a warm, spicy musky smell and its color is yellowish to brown. The main chemical components of the cinnamon leaf oil are eugenol, eugenol acetate, cinnamaldehyde and benzyl benzoate. This spicy essential oil has great value in aromatherapy and it fights against exhaustion and a feeling of depression and weakness. It has powerful anti-rheumatic properties, is useful in the digestive system, while fighting colds and flu as well. In aroma therapy it is used to cure acute bronchitis and colds, as well as sneezing and to help lift depression. It is also known to be used as an insect repellent as it is very effective in killing mosquito larvae. Cinnamon Leaf oil is a by-product in the processing of cinnamon bark into quills. We carry out cinnamon Leaf oil distillation throughout the year. The July to September period produces the best yield of oil. The Cinnamon Leaf oil produced by us contains about 75% of Eugenol.

Health Benefits and Usage of Cinnamon Oil

  • Cooking: Some people add cinnamon oil while they are cooking. The oil obtained from the leaves contains a compound named cinnamaldehyde, which is an excellent flavoring agent.
    Room freshener: The pleasant aroma of cinnamon oil makes it a very effective as a room freshener. It is often added to potpourris.
  • Eliminating mosquitoes: Cinnamon oil is a great mosquito repellent. Research has now proved that it is very effective in killing mosquito larvae. The Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry (a renowned scientific journal) has reported on that research, which had been conducted at the National Taiwan University. Apart from the leaves of cinnamon, its bark is also a good source of cinnamaldehyde, which is an active mosquito killing agent. This research has paved the way for finding an environmentally safe solution for solving the global menace and disease-spreading capacity of mosquitoes.
  • Many companies that produce cinnamon oil claim that it is a good antibacterial and antifungal agent, making it very effective in the treatment of infections. Recent research suggests that Cinnamomum cassia oil has the potential to be used as a natural antibacterial agent in food industry.
  • It also helps increase blood circulation and acts as a sexual stimulant. Research has also proven that cinnamon oil obtained from the leaves and twigs of cinnamon can be used for controlling mites that negatively affect honey bees.
    Being strong in nature, cinnamon oil should be avoided for internal consumption. Furthermore, it can have adverse effects on the skin if used topically in concentrated form. Therefore, it should be used in diluted form. Before using cinnamon oil, it should be tested to make sure that it suits your skin. You should apply only a small quantity of cinnamon oil initially and check if you develop any allergic reaction symptoms. Do not apply cinnamon oil on the face and other sensitive areas.
  • Cinnamon blends well with various essential oils, so it is added to many aromatherapy preparations. It enhances the effectiveness of other herbs and essential oils, thus speeding up the treatment of various herbal remedies. Furthermore, many herbs can have an unpleasant taste. Cinnamon or cinnamon oil is often added to herbal preparations to make them taste better. The oil blends well with other essential oils such as lemon essential oil, rosemary essential oil, geranium essential oil, lavender essential oil and cardamom essential oil.