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Cinnamon (Bark) Essential Oil

Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
4 Reviews

  • Cinnamon (Bark) Essential Oil
  • Cinnamon (Bark) Essential Oil
  • Cinnamon (Bark) Essential Oil
  • Cinnamon (Bark) Essential Oil
  • Cinnamon (Bark) Essential Oil
  • Antimicrobial
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  • Warming
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  • Boosts Circulation

Known to soothe, clean and restore, cinnamon is a spicy and warming festive favourite.

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Please note that cinnamon oil is extremely potent and therefore, we cannot advise applying it to the skin, using in the bath, or for any form of topical use. Any queries on this matter should be directed to a medical professional.

Cinnamon essential oil has long been associated with health, protection, and immunity.

Considered one of the oldest spices in human history, cinnamon’s warming, comforting scent is an old favourite, as well as a Christmas classic when combined with the scents of Sweet Orange.

Cinnamon oil for cleaning

Cinnamon bark oil is known to help create a cleaner, more hygienic home, and guard the body against harmful microorganisms, making it particularly useful in the colder months.

It is also said to be beneficial for the heart, helping to improve performance and soothe inflammation.

You can learn more about cinnamon essential oil over on our blog.

Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
Based on 4 reviews
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100%would recommend this product
4 reviews
  • ML
    Verified Buyer
    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 out of 5 stars
    3 days ago

    Best Quality

  • TB
    Tricia B.
    Verified Buyer
    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 out of 5 stars
    3 weeks ago
    Very nice

    Will be using it in a reed diffuser but yet to try it out. First sniff was promising, strong but not eye-watering.

  • GM
    George M.
    Verified Buyer
    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 out of 5 stars
    3 months ago
    Essential oils

    Excellent oil, speedy delivery

  • SH
    Samuel H.
    Verified Buyer
    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 out of 5 stars
    5 months ago
    Good product

    Very good cinnamon bark

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Cinnamon (Bark) Essential Oil

Harness the power of Cinnamon Essential Oil, renowned for its warm, invigorating scent and antimicrobial properties. Ideal for aromatherapy or relaxing, it can uplift your mood and promote well-being.

Experience the spicy, comforting aroma of cinnamon with every drop.

How to use cinnamon oil

Cinnamon essential oil is predominantly used for its aromatic benefits, enhancing the atmosphere of your space with its warm, comforting scent. Add a few drops to a diffuser or incorporate it into potpourri or DIY candles.

It's also popular in cleaning products for its antimicrobial properties.
Remember, cinnamon oil is highly potent and should not be used topically or ingested due to potential irritation.

What are the benefits of cinnamon essential oil?

Cinnamon essential oil is known for its inviting aroma and antimicrobial properties. When diffused, its warm, comforting scent can create a soothing atmosphere, potentially reducing stress and promoting relaxation.

This makes it a favourite in aromatherapy, especially during colder seasons.

In addition, cinnamon oil's robust fragrance can act as a natural insect repellent. It's also valued for its antimicrobial qualities, often used in DIY home cleaning products for a natural, non-toxic disinfectant.

How to use cinnamon oil while cooking

Essential oils, including cinnamon essential oil, should not be used for cooking or ingested unless they're specifically labelled as food-grade, which Nikura's products are not.

While the aroma of cinnamon essential oil might be enticing, these oils are highly concentrated and can cause harm if ingested.

Nikura's cinnamon essential oil is best used for its aromatic properties in a diffuser, or for other non-ingestible applications.

If you're looking to add a cinnamon flavour to your dishes, consider using ground cinnamon or a food-grade cinnamon extract instead.

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