VIAJE™ Cinnamon Leaf Pure Essential Oil 15 ml
VIAJE™ Cinnamon Leaf Pure Essential Oil 15 ml

VIAJE™ Cinnamon Leaf Pure Essential Oil 15 ml

  • 100% Pure Therapeutic Grade

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This essential oil is obtained from the leaf, twigs of cinnamon by steam distillation. The botanical name is Cinnamomum zeylanicum . Country or origin, Sri Lanka, Madagascar. Cinnamon leaf has a “musky and spicy” smell and tends to have a light color. Cinnamon leaf essential oil can help enhance nitric oxide function, which causes increased blood flow and lower levels of inflammation.

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Some of the health benefits of cinnamon leaf essential oil include:

  • Decreases inflammation
  • Increases circulation
  • Fights viruses
  • Fights free radicals
  • Relieves Depression
  • Stimulates the immune system
  • Stimulates libido
  • Fights parasites

    10 Cinnamon Oil Uses

    1. Heart Health-Booster - Cinnamon essential oil can naturally help keep arteries clear and free from dangerous plaque buildup thanks to its circulation-boosting abilities. The interior surface of arteries (called the endothelium) is where nitric oxide is normally produced, but when plaque builds up, the disease called atherosclerosis forms, which means you have a decreased ability to produce nitric oxide.

    Because cinnamon helps foster nitric oxide production, it’s beneficial for people with heart disease or who have suffered from a heart attack or stroke. Pure cinnamon oil also contains antiplatelet compounds that further benefit arterial health.

    2. Natural Aphrodisiac - Poor circulation also has negative effects when it comes to low libido and erectile dysfunction. A major cause of low libido is aged, clogged arteries since this makes it difficult for the reproductive organs to receive enough blood, oxygen and nutrients.

    Compounds in pure cinnamon oil act like natural prescription drugs for erectile dysfunction; for example, Viagra works by influencing enzymes in the nitric oxide pathway to increase blood flow. This makes cinnamon oil a natural remedy for impotence.

    3. Controls Blood Sugar and Insulin Release - Cinnamon has positive effects on insulin release, which means it can help keep blood sugar stable and prevent chronic fatique, moodiness, sugar cravings and overeating. Inhaling cinnamon essential oil can also help keep cravings away and possibly make you feel full faster too.

    Try using a diffuser at home and allowing cinnamon oil’s smell to waft through your dining room, or you can add a couple drops to your chest, wrists and clothes.

    4. Heals Skin - Effective at treating skin conditions such as rashes, acne and infections, you can mix cinnamon essential oil with a carrier oil (like coconut oil) and apply it to the skin to take advantage of its antimicrobial capacity.

    5. Can Help with Weight Loss - Cinnamon is gaining a reputation for being a fat-burning food and valuable tool for weight loss. With its ability to balance blood sugar levels and improve the taste of foods without any added sugar, it’s effective for curbing a sweet tooth.

    Unstable blood sugar can lead to overeating, low energy and weight gain, but adding cinnamon oil to fruit, tea, oats, baked goods or smoothies helps slow the rate at which glucose is released into the blood.

    6. Reduces Ulcers - Cinnamon essential oil holds a beneficial compound called eugenol that can help reduce ulcers. Eurgenol is able to combat some of the gastric effects of a poor diet to reduce pain associated with ulcer symptoms, the number of ulcers that develop, and their intensity in terms of causing legions in the skin or mucous membranes that fail to heal.

    7. Fights Parasites - Studies have found that cinnamon oil inhibits growth of certain harmful parasites, making with an excellent parasite treatment.

    Along with other oils like thyme, oregano oil, and cumin, cinnamon essential oil is considered one of the best oils for stopping mycelial parasite growth even when used in very small quantities.

    8. Treats Sore Throats - Cinnamon essential oil can help prevent mucus buildup and clear nasal passages. Try drinking a combination of hot lemon water, honey, and cinnamon oil first thing in the morning to curb cravings, give you a pick-me-up and raise immune function.

    These ingredients also work together to fight inflammation and reduce pain, making them a perfect sore throat remedy or cure for mouth sores, toothaches or a cold.

    9. Helps Treat or Prevent Headaches - Because the active compounds in cinnamon oil help increase circulation by expanding blood vessels, headache pain can be reduced by diffusing cinnamon essential oil in your home or inhaling it, making it an easy-to-use headache remedy.

    10. Deodorizers Your Home - You know the warm smells of the holidays that everyone loves filling their homes with during the fall and winter months? You can make your own natural home deodorizer and freshener by combining therapeutic scents like cinnamon, orange, lemon and cloves. At the same time, you’ll experience a grounding, relaxing feeling and help detoxify the air.

    Disclaimer: These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent disease and is not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of a physician or other qualified health provider.

Goes with anything...
I love , LOVE cinnamon. This mixes so well with everything. Some of my blends have a lot and most at least a little. Can't get enough cinnamon! Aside from the health properties this scent just seems to lift the spirit and make the home smell fresh and inviting.
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Reviewed by:  from Charlotte, NC. on 9/23/2019
A Must for Blending
I find this mixes with EVERYTHING. I like it added to floran and woody notes to "spice" them up, and I like adding a little to ANY citrus oil which seams to really "punch up" the aromatics of the fruit.
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Reviewed by:  from concord. on 9/12/2019
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