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Basic Information about Essential Oils
Essential oils are aromatic oily liquids obtained from plant materials, such as: seed, bark, roots, stems, leaf, flower, resins and other parts of the plants. They can be obtained by expression, fermentation, or extraction, but steam distillation is the most commonly used method. As these oils replicate the plant in terms of its nutrient profile, scent and flavour, these are highly concentrated and must be used in regulated quantities.
Cinnamon Essential Oil
Commonly known as dalchini, cinnamon contains sufficient amounts of manganese, iron, calcium and fibre. Its essential oils including cinnamyl acetate and cinnamaldehyde boost immunity. Cinnamon is also used as a wonderful cardio-protective ...
Cinnamaldehyde (more precisely trans-cinnamaldehyde or 3-phenyl-2-propenal), a major component of cinnamon essential oil, could be the antidote to superbug infections from bacteria that are resistant to antibiotics.
Oils from thyme leaves, cumin seeds, and amyris wood also performed well, as did cinnamaldehyde, the fragrant main ingredient of cinnamon bark oil.
Uses of Cinnamon Essential Oil
- Add Cinnamon Bark or Cassia essential oil when baking cookies, muffins, or bread.
- Try adding a few drops of Cinnamon Bark essential oil to apple juice, hot cocoa, or tea.
- Add a few drops of Cinnamon Bark essential oil to a DIY cleaning spray.