Cinnamon leaf oil

Cinnamon Leaf Oil

What is Cinnamon Leaf Oil?

Cinnamon leaf oil is derived from the leaves of the cinnamon tree (Cinnamomum cassia) and is known for its distinctive sweet fragrance. The cinnamon leaf contains a number of vital oils and other derivatives, such as cinnamaldehyde, cinnamic acid, and cinnamate. 

The cinnamon tree has been called the ‘eternal tree of medicine’ due to the many health benefits of both its leaves and bark. 

Benefits of Cinnamon Leaf Oil

Cinnamon leaf oil has a range of everyday uses as well as powerful health benefits. 

  • Has anti-inflammatory properties.

    Several studies have indicated the anti-inflammatory properties of cinnamon leaf oil. When applied to the skin as part of a tested topical formula, cinnamon leaf oil can help reduce pain and swelling in muscles and joints.

  • Has antibacterial properties.

    Studies show that cinnamon leaf oil has an antimicrobial effect against certain strains of bacteria, including Psuedomonas aureginos – a drug-resistant bacteria with potentially life-threatening effects.

  • Enhances mood.

    Cinnamon leaf oil is a popular choice for at-home aromatherapy treatments. When diffused or spritzed, Cinnamon leaf oil has been shown to reduce depression and anxiety and improve sleep.

What is Cinnamon Leaf Oil Used For?

Cinnamon leaf oil has a wide range of uses, from cooking and cosmetics to health and wellness applications. It is also found in our Unstoppable Sports Recovery Gel which you can use to help reduce swelling and inflammation to improve your recovery.

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