Organic Cinnamon - 100% pure and natural essential oil (15ml)


Organic Cinnamon - 100% pure and natural essential oil (15ml)

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100% Cinnamon Essential Oil

Price: 9.90 €



  • Creates a positive, amicable and cozy environment
  • Great for relieving pain
  • Boosts immunity


Aroma: Warm, sweet, spicy


Production method: Steam distillation


Plant part: Leaves


Main constituents

Eugenol, eugenyl acetate, linalool, cinnamic aldehyde



  • anti-infective
  • antiviral
  • antiparasitic
  • strongly immunomodulatory
  • stimulating and strengthening



Cinnamon oil has a warming aroma and easily blends with citrus oils to create a peaceful and harmonious environment. It blends well with ginger, lemon, tangerine, clove, chamomile, frankincense, rose, rosemary and ylang-ylang.



Due to its main therapeutic constituents, cinnamon essential oil is good for treating several conditions:

  • Helps to overcome depressive disorders
  • Good for your respiratory system
  • Fights skin inflammation
  • Tones up the body
  • Good for your libido



Together with myrrh and frankincense, cinnamon is another biblical oil that has a long history. 

There is evidence of the usage of cinnamon essential oil dating back to 2000 BC. Egyptians would use cinnamon during the embalming process and cinnamon was also mentioned as an ingredient in the holy anointing oil in the Old Testament.

An interesting story claims that Roman emperor Nero burned as much cinnamon as he could find on the funeral pyre of his wife Poppaea Sabina. Keep in mind that during this time 300 grams of cinnamon would cost as much as 50 wages

According to Ayurveda, cinnamon stimulates sex drive, circulation, mood and digestion.

In Europe, cinnamon became very popular during the 17th century, when it was mostly used to treat digestive ailments and as an appetite stimulator.

Originally from Sri Lanka, today only about 10% of the world’s supply is from Sri Lanka. Indonesia, China and Vietnam account for more than 85% of the world's production of cinnamon.



For a great part of the world, cinnamon mostly evokes memories of Christmas time - gobbling as many delicious cookies as you can, or the cheery and joyous nights hanging out in the Christmas markets, drinking the emblematic Glühwein.

Besides its value in bakery and fine cuisine, cinnamon offers a handy amount of benefits as a natural remedy. Scientific reports are concluding that cinnamon oil exhibits antibacterial activity, antidiabetic, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and neuroprotective activities.



A two-decade-old study found that cinnamon oil showed a significant ability to enhance immune function by combating oxidative stress, which is a key factor in the development of many diseases such as diabetes, Parkinson's disease аnd cardiovascular diseases.

Another study from 2012 concluded that cinnamon oil had the most effective antimicrobial activity against Brucella



Helps to overcome depressive disorders

The warm, spicy and cozy aroma of cinnamon essential oil has a way of creating a joyous atmosphere. It is both stimulating and grounding. When you need a mood boost, try blending cinnamon with sweet orange. Diffuse and enjoy the captivating aroma.

Good for your respiratory system

Diffusing cinnamon essential oil can have a great effect against respiratory tract pathogens, including some penicillin-resistant strains. Cinnamon leaf essential oil has strong antiseptic properties, so it can be used effectively to support your immune system in fighting coughs and colds.

Put a few drops in your aroma diffuser to help kill airborne bacteria and also treat your cold. To ease breathing and open your air airways, blend cinnamon oil with eucalyptus and diffuse it in your room.

Fights skin inflammation

A study from 2017 suggests that cinnamon essential oil can inhibit the creation of several protein biomarkers that are involved in skin inflammation and tissue remodeling.

With its anti-inflammatory properties, cinnamon oil can be effective in treating conditions such as rashes and acne. You can mix a cinnamon essential oil with a carrier oil (like almond oil) and apply it to your skin to benefit from its antimicrobial qualities.

Tones up the body

Due to its warming and antispasmodic properties on the body, cinnamon oil is excellent for relieving muscle pain and tension, including easing pain symptoms related to conditions such as arthritis and rheumatism. You can mix 2 drops of cinnamon oil, 2 drops of rosemary and 2 drops of Roman chamomile oil with 30 ml of almond or hemp oil.

Good for your libido

Cinnamon oil can spice up your love life, as it has aphrodisiac properties. If you are looking to boost the flirty vibes, a blend of cinnamon, ylang-ylang and lavender can do the magic. 

In Ayurveda, cinnamon is often recommended for sexual dysfunction. Research from 2013 also claims that cinnamon oil can be used as a natural remedy for impotence.



  • Use in a bath for aromatherapy benefits
  • Diffuse for emotional and mental benefits
  • Massage, well diluted, for physical ailments



Cinnamon oil immune booster

Use this blend to support your immune system. Mix:

  • 3 drops cinnamon essential oil
  • 2 drops of sweet orange essential oil
  • 1 drop of eucalyptus essential oil


Date night blend

To stir up the romantic vibes, use the following blend:

  • 3 drops cinnamon essential oil
  • 1 drop of geranium essential oil
  • 3 drops of ylang-ylang essential oil


Cinnamon oil for hair

To a tablespoon of almond oil, add 3 drops of cinnamon essential oil and massage onto your scalp. Leave for half an hour and then rinse well. A truly luxurious experience for your scalp and hair. Enjoy. And, if that sounds like too much of an effort, just add 2-3 drops of cinnamon oil to your shampoo.


Cinnamon oil for dry skin

Mix 1-2 drops of cinnamon oil with 20 grams of coconut oil and massage your face before bedtime.


SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS: Cinnamon oil is a highly concentrated phytonutrient and should only be used with extreme caution. Please note that all information is provided for informational purposes and we always recommend additional consultation with a specialist before usage, especially when used during childhood, breastfeeding or if you suffer from chronic conditions! Since cinnamon essential oil can stimulate menstrual flow, pregnant women should avoid use. People with hemophilia, prostate cancer and kidney or liver disease should also avoid cinnamon essential oil. If you are taking anticoagulants, you should also avoid using cinnamon essential oil.

Avoid contact with eyes, mucous membranes, inner ear and other sensitive parts of the body! Keep out of reach of children!

Make sure you choose a cinnamon essential oil that is extracted from the leaves and not the bark, of the cinnamon tree.


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