Cinnamon Leaf Oil

Cinnamomum Cassia, or Cinnamon, is an evergreen tree native to southern China, Bangladesh, India, and Vietnam. To produce cinnamon leaf oil the leaves are first pruned and left to dry for a few days. After this they are distilled to produce cinnamon leaf oil using water-steam distillation or more traditional methods. Cinnamon leaf oil has a stronger odor when compared to bark oil.

Major Constituents :-  Major chemical component of Cinnamon bark Oil is Eugenol.


  • Cinnamon essential oil is a natural pain reliever. It is used to alleviate muscle pains, aches, chronic pain and joint stiffness.
  • Cinnamon essential oil is used in aromatherapy to clean the air off airborne bacteria.
  • Cinnamon essential oil is used with other anti-rheumatic essential oils to make massage oils for relief from arthritis.
  • The aroma of cinnamon essential oil is warming and uplifting to the senses.
PRODUCT Cinnamon Leaf Oil
BOTANICAL NAME Cinnamomum Zeylanicum
RANK Spices
CAS 8007-80-5


Organoleptic Properties
STATE Flowing Liquid
ODOUR Aromatic, Pleasant


Physio-Chemical Properties Min. Max.
Optical Rotation -2 1
Refractive Index @ 20°C 1.529 1.539
Flash Point 94 °C
Density @ 20°C 1.03 1.050

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