Cinnamon Bark CO2
Cinnamon Bark CO2

Cinnamon Bark CO2

$37.15

Similar to it's essential oil varient, Cinnamon Bark CO2 oil has a strong, warm, spicy and sweet aroma. This particular batch was made from native Indian tree bark. These trees are most likely older than the cultivated type. This results in a sweeter, softer odour thats more rounded. According to some consumer feedback, the CO2 is more like dried Cinnamon spice.

Botanical Name: Cinnamomum zeylanicum

Method of Extraction: Super-critical CO2 Extraction

CO2 Extraction is a low-temperature process for extracting plant oils. The CO2 process extracts the 'heavier' therapeutic properties from the raw plant material, rather than Steam Distilled

Part Typically Used: Dried Bark

Country of Origin: India

Note: Middle Note

Aroma: Extremely powerful, very warm, diffusive, spicy-sweet aroma with a persistent dryness and warm, lasting powdery note in the drydown.

Appearance: Light brown to clearish liquid

Description: Different natural subtleties can be discerned when CO2 extraction is used. In fact, some of the minor discrepancies could be related to the country of origin rather than the extraction process in this case. This particular batch was made from native Indian tree bark. These trees are most likely older than the cultivated type. This results in a sweeter, softer odour thats more rounded. According to some consumer feedback, the CO2 is more like dried Cinnamon spice.

Actions: Antiseptic, Antimicrobial, Antidote (to poison), Parasiticide, Vermifuge, Antispasmodic, Stimulant (circulatory, cardiac, respiratory), Carminative, Digestive, Stomachic, Aphrodisiac, Antidiarrheal, Anthelmintic, Antiputrescent, Hemostatic, Refrigerant
Special use: Fragrance, Dental Preparations, Cough syrups, Food flavoring
Blends Well With: Agarwood, Ambrette, Balsam of Peru, Benzoin, Cardamom, Carnation, Chamomile (Roman), Champaca, Cistus, Clove, Cocoa, Coconut , Coffee, Coriander, Frankincense, Ginger, Jasmine, Labdanum, Lavender, Linden Blossom, Liquidambar (Styrax), Myrrh, Nutmeg, Orange, Patchouli, Rose, Rosemary, Sage, Sandalwood, Spikenard, Tangerine, Tonka Bean, Tuberose, Vanilla, Ylang Ylang.
Safety Data: Bark oil is Dermal toxic, irritant and sensitizing. Also irritant to mucous membranes. Should never be taken internally or used on skin.

General Essential Oil Safety Recommendations

  • Do not take essential oils internally unless under advisement by a qualified medical professional.
  • Do not use essential oils undiluted on the skin. It is always best to try a small patch test first of the diluted essential oil.
  • People who are pregnant or have serious medical problems are advised to consult with a qualified aromatherapy practitioner before using essential oils.
  • Use extreme caution when using essential oils with children. It is safest to consult with a qualified aromatherapy practitioner before using essential oils with children.

General Disclaimer
The product information provided on this website is intended for educational purposes only. The information provided is not considered to be complete and is not guaranteed to be accurate. The information contained in this website is not intended to be sufficient to provide diagnosis and/or treatment of medical conditions. It is recommended that treatment of serious health conditions be done with the help of a trained qualified medical practitioner.

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Similar to it's essential oil varient, Cinnamon Bark CO2 oil has a strong, warm, spicy and sweet aroma. This particular batch was made from native Indian tree bark. These trees are most likely older than the cultivated type. This results in a sweeter, softer odour thats more rounded. According to some consumer feedback, the CO2 is more like dried Cinnamon spice.

Botanical Name: Cinnamomum zeylanicum

Method of Extraction: Super-critical CO2 Extraction

CO2 Extraction is a low-temperature process for extracting plant oils. The CO2 process extracts the 'heavier' therapeutic properties from the raw plant material, rather than Steam Distilled

Part Typically Used: Dried Bark

Country of Origin: India

Note: Middle Note

Aroma: Extremely powerful, very warm, diffusive, spicy-sweet aroma with a persistent dryness and warm, lasting powdery note in the drydown.

Appearance: Light brown to clearish liquid

Description: Different natural subtleties can be discerned when CO2 extraction is used. In fact, some of the minor discrepancies could be related to the country of origin rather than the extraction process in this case. This particular batch was made from native Indian tree bark. These trees are most likely older than the cultivated type. This results in a sweeter, softer odour thats more rounded. According to some consumer feedback, the CO2 is more like dried Cinnamon spice.

Actions: Antiseptic, Antimicrobial, Antidote (to poison), Parasiticide, Vermifuge, Antispasmodic, Stimulant (circulatory, cardiac, respiratory), Carminative, Digestive, Stomachic, Aphrodisiac, Antidiarrheal, Anthelmintic, Antiputrescent, Hemostatic, Refrigerant
Special use: Fragrance, Dental Preparations, Cough syrups, Food flavoring
Blends Well With: Agarwood, Ambrette, Balsam of Peru, Benzoin, Cardamom, Carnation, Chamomile (Roman), Champaca, Cistus, Clove, Cocoa, Coconut , Coffee, Coriander, Frankincense, Ginger, Jasmine, Labdanum, Lavender, Linden Blossom, Liquidambar (Styrax), Myrrh, Nutmeg, Orange, Patchouli, Rose, Rosemary, Sage, Sandalwood, Spikenard, Tangerine, Tonka Bean, Tuberose, Vanilla, Ylang Ylang.
Safety Data: Bark oil is Dermal toxic, irritant and sensitizing. Also irritant to mucous membranes. Should never be taken internally or used on skin.

General Essential Oil Safety Recommendations

  • Do not take essential oils internally unless under advisement by a qualified medical professional.
  • Do not use essential oils undiluted on the skin. It is always best to try a small patch test first of the diluted essential oil.
  • People who are pregnant or have serious medical problems are advised to consult with a qualified aromatherapy practitioner before using essential oils.
  • Use extreme caution when using essential oils with children. It is safest to consult with a qualified aromatherapy practitioner before using essential oils with children.

General Disclaimer
The product information provided on this website is intended for educational purposes only. The information provided is not considered to be complete and is not guaranteed to be accurate. The information contained in this website is not intended to be sufficient to provide diagnosis and/or treatment of medical conditions. It is recommended that treatment of serious health conditions be done with the help of a trained qualified medical practitioner.