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Ceylon Cinnamon Leaf Oil

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Summary: True Ceylon Cinnamon Leaf Oil 
Product Form:  Liquid 
 
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Dimension: x oz glass bottle  
Extraction Method: Steam distillation 
Usage: Cooking/ Pharmaceutical/ Therapeutic  
 
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Country: Sri Lanka 
Cultivation Type: Organic/ Natural 
 
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Storage: Cool dry place 
 
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Authentic Ceylon Cinnamon  
- This is 100% pure Ceylon cinnamon ( Cinnamomum zeylanicum or Cinnamomum verum ) product, which is native to the island of Sri Lanka.        
 
Leaf Oil  
- Steam distillation is used to obtain cinnamon Leaf oil from the leaves and twigs. Cinnamon is a tropical evergreen that may grow up to 15-20 m tall, with robust branches and thick scabrous bark sprinkled with green-orange new sprouts. It features leathery, bright green leaves, little white blooms, and round bluish-white berries. When the leaves are bruised, they emit a pungent odor. The leaves left after trimming the cut stems, as well as those acquired from pruning operations, are used to make cinnamon leaf oil. Before distillation, they are normally left to dry for a few days.        
 
Greater Eugenol Content  
- Best with a minimum of 75% Eugenol is a key component that indicates purity, potency, color and fragrance are all exceptional.  
 
Exclusive Fragrance and Flavor  
-  This has a dark yellow to orange color with a powerful, spicy and warm aroma. 
 
Premium Quality  
- This product is made entirely of natural ingredients and has been cultivated and processed according to the Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) and standard regulatory requirements.           
 
Versatility  
- Capture the energizing essence of one of nature's most cherished and sought-after extracts for your daily life requirements. This high-grade Ceylon cinnamon Leaf Oil is frequently used to quickly remove nasty residual aromas (toilets, kitchens) without the use of hazardous chemicals while producing a lovely exotic scent. It is frequently used for topical purposes, but it is also excellent for wiping down home plants and used in moist restrooms. Ceylon cinnamon leaf oil is used in massage oils for its extremely warming properties, but it is also a great ant and rodent repellent owing to its strong odor which is not pleasing to insects and animals.       
 
Refined  
- No natural or artificial flavors, Sulphur Dioxide (SO2), or other preservatives, additives, or any chemical enhancers are blended or infused in this product. Not mingled with any other varieties of cinnamon; As a result, True Ceylon cinnamon's valuable medicinal qualities have not been marred.  
 
Ultra Low Coumarin Content  
- This contains very little Coumarin (1,2-benzopyrone). 
 
Positive Health Benefits  
-  Cinnamon Leaf Oil has germicidal, antiseptic, and antifungal properties. anti-diarrheal, antidote, antimicrobial, antiseptic, antispasmodic, anti putrescent, aphrodisiac, astringent, carminative, digestive, emmenagogue, hemostatic, orexigenic, parasiticide, refrigerant, spasmolytic, stimulant, stomachic, vermifuge properties.    
 
Safety  
- Ceylon cinnamon Oil is classified as safe in the FDA's database of essential oils under the generally recognized as safe (GRAS) category.  Though, Eugenol might be an irritant to mucous membranes (including the lips), so use with caution (no more than half drop per bath for example). Avoid using it in cosmetics and when pregnant. Discover the qualities and applications of essential oils. Before using, consult a skilled source for indications and contraindications. Keep out of children's reach. 
 
Packaging  
- Our attractive and safe packing under hygienic environment to meet food safety requirements keeps essentially the contents fresh, good tasting and flavoring.          
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What is Ceylon?       

Simply it is Sri Lanka. In ancient times, Sri Lanka was known by various names, including Lanka, Lankadeepa or Lakdiva, Tambapanni, Taprobane, Serendib, Zeylan or Seylan and Ceylon, which was the colonial British's name and the official name until 1972, when it was changed to “Sri Lanka”.      
 

Then what is Ceylon Cinnamon?      

The real or Ceylon cinnamon, Cinnamomum zeylanicum Blume (syn. Cinnamomum verum Berchthold & Presl), and seven additional cinnamon species are native to Sri Lanka. Which means they are naturally restricted or belong exclusively to Sri Lankan geographical area. Due to its chemical composition, excellent quality, established health advantages compared to other cinnamon species, Ceylon cinnamon is quite pricey.       
 
Sri Lanka has been the world's leading provider of real cinnamon for over seven centuries, and it still has a 90% market dominance. C. zeylanicum was first gathered in the rainforests of Sri Lanka's south-western area, where it was originated.       
 

How does Ceylon Cinnamon differ from Cassia?  

Cinnamomum is a genus with approximately 250 aromatic species, most of which are found in Asia and Australia. Many of these species have a strong scent and are therefore used as flavorings.    
 
The most economically significant cinnamon species are,       
1. Ceylon cinnamon ( Cinnamomum zeylanicum Blume) and 
2. Cassia ( Cinnamomum cassia J. Presl)        
 
Here is a general comparison between 2 species.        
 
Ceylon cinnamon      
Cassia                
Synonyms       
Cinnamomum verum J.S. Presl 
Laurus cinnamomum L.      
Cinnamomum aromaticum Nees  
C. cassia Nees ex Blume      
 
 
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Common names       
True cinnamon, 
Ceylon cinnamon, 
Real cinnamon,  
Mexican cinnamon      
Cassia cinnamon, 
Chinese cinnamon,  
Cassia bark, 
Tung Hing      
Bark       
Almost thin, papery, brittle, easily crushed or powdered      
Thick and hard when dried      
Color      
Pale yellowish-brown      
Dark brown       
Quills      
Has a single spiral curl and filled with multiple layers of short pieces of bark      
Has a double curl when dries and only a few single layers of bark in quill      
Flavor and aroma       
Delicate, mild sweet and complex  
Strong spicy, pungent flavor and aroma compared to Ceylon cinnamon        
Bark Coumarin content      
0.004%       
Up to 1 %        
Country of origin       
Sri Lanka      
China, India, Indonesia & Vietnam                 
One of the important things is Ceylon cinnamon has far less coumarin.  
 

What is Coumarin?       

cinnamon contains coumarin, a natural substance from the benzopyrene family (1,2-benzopyrone). According to health experts consuming significant amounts of coumarin is harmful to the liver and kidneys. So, if you're attempting to eat healthy while taking cinnamon, make sure it's safe and won't harm you!        
 
Then your choice would be Ceylon cinnamon.      
 

Do you know how Ceylon Cinnamon is beneficial to your health?        

Ceylon cinnamon is the most consumed spice in the world. Cinnamaldehyde is the bioactive component present in cinnamon. The nutrient content found in cinnamon is in a good amount. Macro and micronutrients such as energy, carbohydrate, vitamin A and C, calcium, iron and magnesium are present.       
 
cinnamon has significant benefits for human health, particularly as,       
Reducing cholesterol level       
Controlling serum cholesterol       
Reducing the risk of heart disease       
Controlling blood pressure       
Beneficial in metabolic syndromes       
Reducing osteoclastogenesis        
Controlling neurological diseases (Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease)       
Beneficial to polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS)       
Reducing feelings of depression, fatigue and exhaustion   
 
Furthermore, cinnamon consists with,       
Anti-inflammatory      
Antitumor      
Anticancer       
Antidiabetic        
Anti-hypertriglyceridemia agent      
Antioxidant       
Antimicrobial      
Immunomodulatory effects     
 
As per the researchers and health experts, those rewards occur mainly due to cinnamon's phytochemical constituents such as phenolic and volatile compounds. Thus, cinnamon is very beneficial to combat many diseases and to maintain health. That's an excellent thing! 

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