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Many people know about Cinnamon but not many people know about the enormous power of Cinnamon leaf oil. It is so powerful that just one small 2oz bottle of our concentrated high quality Cinnamon leaf oil is enough to last a year or more for most people. But always dulute before use. Usually to 1% with 99% water.

  1. Home Health Remedies - Due to FDA regulations we have been banned from mentioning any health uses of Cinnamon leaf Oil. You can however do your own research on how it can be used topically.

  2. Toilet Smells - Sometimes no matter what you do, the smell in the toilet is just aweful. You can either squirt 100% Cinnamon Leaf Oil on a corner of the floor or dilute 1% with water and wipe down all toilet surfaces. The smells are gone for forever instead of lingering.

  3. Vehicles - Use it in your vehicles to get rid of bad odors from food, musty odors and other contaiminenst that accumulate in a closed environment. If you have children you know how your car windows and virtually every surface can get smothered with dirt. Spray 1% Cinnamon Oil diluted with 99% water and wipe down or leave it without wiping depending on the surface. While not as nice smelling as the Cinnamon Bark Oil (which is also good for odor control) the leaf oil has a stronger smell that is more cost effective and still pleasant.

  4. Massage - Because of its warming properties Cinnamon oil can be used in blended massage oils to warm your body. Here are a few massage oil recipes using both leaf oil or bark oil.

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Cinnamon Oil Ratios for scenting
Here are some basic guidelines if you want to use Ceylon Cinnamon Leaf Oil or Bark Oil for personal use. Best to scent from the lower end of this scale with the base whether it is hand cream or shampoo because Cinnamon oil is very hot and becomes progressively hotter on skin. On first contact it won't feel hot. So test with low doses and see how it feels over time. For dilution chart click here - Cinnamon Oil Dilution Chart
Bath Salts & powders 0.25% - 1.0%
Body lotions and creams 0.25% - 2.0%
Hair Conditioners 0.5%   - 2.0%
Shampoo 0.55%  - .075%
Laundry 0.25%  - 1.0%
Face masks 0.25% - 1.0%
Melt and pour soaps 0.5%   - 2.0%
Astringents, Toners & Splashes 0.25%  - .0.75%
Melt & Pour Lip Balm  0.5%   - 1.0%


Cinnamon Leaf essential oil, Cinnamomum verum, is relatively non-toxic; possible irritant because of the cinnamaldehyde. Eugenol is irritant to the mucous membranes: use in moderation. Can be a skin irritate, redden, and even burn sensitive skin so use carefully (no more than half drop per bath) Avoid in cosmetics and during pregnancy. Ceylon Cinnamon Leaf Oil has significantly less Coumarin (known to be toxic in relatively high doses) than the common Cassia Cinnamon. Read about the properties and uses of essential oils. Consult a knowledgeable reference for indications and contraindications before use. Keep out of the reach of children

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The FDA has not approved Cinnamon to cure any medical condition. This information is presented for informational purposes and is not intended to treat, diagnose or cure any illness. Consult a physician before taking any Cinnamon. If you are pregnant, nursing or have a heart condition you should generally not take Cinnamon.






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