Applicable part: young twigs and leaves, bark
Chemical composition: eugenol, cinnamaldehyde, phenylethyl and cinnamon alcohol, etc.
Aroma: warm, balsamic, with a characteristic bittersweet note.
Cinnamon oil relieves tension and improves mood. It is used for appetite problems and has a warming and relaxing effect during the massage.
Type of application: External
Aroma lamp: 3 k. Cinnamon oil per 20 ml of water or 1 tbsp. orange, 1 k. Mandarin, 1 k. Carnations, 1 k. Cinnamon per 20 ml of water or 1 tbsp. Cinnamon, 1 tbsp. Jasmine, 1 k. Ylang-ylang, 1 k. Ginger per 20 ml of water or 1 tbsp. Cinnamon, 1 tbsp. Patchouli per 20 ml of water or 1 tbsp. Cinnamon and 2 tbsp. Grapefruit per 20 ml of water or 1 tbsp. Cinnamon, 1 tbsp. Ylang-ylang, 2 k. Orange in 20 ml of water; for flavoring the premises; with coughs, colds - 2 k. Cinnamon and 2 tbsp. Cloves per 20 ml of water.
Inhalation: 1 k. Cinnamon, 1 tbsp. Eucalyptus for 3 minutes - for colds
Aroma medallion: 2 k. Cinnamon - for mood
bathroom: 2 k. Cinnamon in 20 ml of milk or on 1 teaspoon of honey - in a bath at a temperature of 37-38 ° C for no more than 20 minutes - tones.
Massage: cinnamon oil should be used in very small doses - 1 tbsp. Cinnamon and 2 tbsp. Ginger per 50 ml base oil (almond, apricot kernels, grape kernels, wheat germ) - has a toning and warming effect.
Distribution: 1 k. Cinnamon 25 ml almond oil - for the feet makes the skin smooth and soft; for insect bites - reduces itching; for bruises - helps spread them faster.
Others: Additive to shampoos - 2 k. per 200 ml shampoo
Attention! Highly concentrated! Keep it tightly closed and out of the reach of children!
Packaging: 10 ml