Ceylon Cinnamon

Latin name: Cinnamomum zeylanicum

Botanical family: Lauraceae

Origin: Sri Lanka, Madagascar, China, India

Distilled part: Bark

Aromatic molecules: cinnamic aldehyde

Cinnamon is actually the inner bark of a small tree grown in tropical regions. In aromatherapy, the oil is used for its versatile antiseptic, anti-infectious, antibacterial and general stimulant. It is sometimes indicated in the weakness and gastrointestinal spasms.

Properties:

  • Anti-infective with broad spectrum antifungal, antiviral, antibacterial, antiparasitic
  • immune stimulant
  • stimulating digestive
  • general tonic

Application areas :

  • immune benefits: Fatigue, tropical diseases (amoebiasis, typhoid)
  • digestive benefits: bloating, flatulence, colitis, colic, constipation, abdominal cramping, intestinal spasms, infectious diarrhea, difficult or slow digestion, intestinal infection (strep, staph, E. coli, Candida ...), lack of appetite (adult and child)
  • ENT and respiratory benefits: Bronchitis, flu, cold,
  • Benefits Urogenital: Urinary tract infection (cystitis ...), genital infection,
  • skin benefits: Warts, anxiety, asthenia physical and / or mental creativity (individual or group), latent depression, dark thoughts, frigidity, impotence, mental inhibitions, drowsiness,
  • Benefits on the psycho-emotional: Anxiety, asthenia physical and / or mental creativity (individual or group), latent depression, dark thoughts, frigidity, impotence, mental inhibitions, drowsiness.

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