Cinnamon Cassia, Bark (Cinnamomum cassia) Essential Oil

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Cinnamon Cassia, Bark (Cinnamomum cassia) Essential Oil

Cinnamon Cassia, Bark (Cinnamomum cassia) Essential Oil

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Cinnamon Cassia, Bark (Cinnamomum cassia) Essential Oil
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  • USDA Organic
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Plant description

Latin Name : Cinnamomum cassia
English Name : Cinnamon Cassia, Chinese Cinnamon
French Name : Cannelle cassia, cannelier de Chine, cannelle de Chine
Family : Lauraceae
Origin : Vietnam, China, Indonesia

History and Origin

Cinnamon tree is slender and can reach 20 metres in height. Both its leaves and its bark contain essential oil, it is therefore highly useful for its medicinal and aromatic properties in Asiatic countries, where it grows naturally. The bark is harvested off the tree and steam distilled. On the medicinal level, it is used similarly as Ceylon cinnamon, mainly to treat flatulence, colic, diarrhea, and nausea. In Chinese traditional medicine, it is used mainly in cases of vascular disorders. To produce its cinnamon hydrosol, Aliksir gets certified organic bark from a fair trade and sustainable development organism distributing products from Indonesia and Guatemala. 

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Aromatherapy Data Sheet

Distilled Part : Bark
Extraction : Steam distillation
Oil Characteristics : Pale yellow transparent liquid with a typical cinnamon to its best aroma: spicy, sweet and delicious.
Properties :  Anti-infectious, antibacterial (very broad spectrum and very powerful – 98 % patho. bact, coccus gr+, bacillus gr-), antiviral, antifungal, antiparasitic, anti-fermentative and antiseptic+++, sexual and aphrodisiac tonic and stimulant, emmenagogue (reinforces uterine contractions)++, hyperemiant+++, anaesthetic+, anticoagulant, fluidizing++.
Indications : Pyorrhea alveolaris, diarrhea, dysentery, infectious and spasmodic enterocolitis, typhoid fever, verminosis, amebiasis, amebic cyst, adult pulpy kidney disease+++, leukorrhea, vaginitis, oligomenorrhea++, impotence++, bronchitis, pleurisy+, urinary colibacillosis, bacterial cystitis+++, infections and tropical fever+++ as well as sleepiness, asthenia and depression+, and hemogliasis. It can also be consumed as a preventive measure for cardiovascular disease++.

Energetic and Emotional Effect

Cinnamon essential oil is energetically activating and stimulant. Its energy color is orangey-red, it is linked to the first and second chakras (explaining its aphrodisiac property) with a resonance in the heart chakra. It is an oil of protective love.

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Cinnamon is largely used as an aromatic in the food industry.


Cinnamon is used in making some perfumes. 
Warm and spicy base note.


You can add a few drops of oil in your houshold products to strengthen the antibacterial effect and add a scent. 


Highly antibacterial, cinnamon enters in the preparation of mouthwash and toothpaste.


Frankincense, vanilla, ylang, orange and mandarin. 













  • Cinnamon is irritating. It is therefore contraindicated for external use (except for topical use) as well as in children under five years of age.
  • Also avoid in premenopausal women because of its warming effect (hot flashes). 


Lot B-CICASCHN07R (2016/09)


Aromatic Aldehyde : Cinnamaldehyde (84,47 %)


Lot B-CICASVNM08S (2017/11)


Aromatic Aldehyde: Cinnamaldehyde  (88,51 %)

Ester: cinnamyl acetate (3,46 %)


Lot BCICAVNM12T (2016/03)


Aromatic Aldehyde: e-cinnamaldehyde (49,86 %)

Phenol: eugenol (23,46 %)

Sesquiterpene: β-caryophyllene (10,36 %)


Lot BCICAVNM12U (2020/01)


Aromatic Aldehyde: e-cinnamaldehyde (78,64 %)

Ester: cinnamyl acetate (8,89 %)


Lot BCICAVNM11W (2021/02)


Aromatic Aldehydes: e-cinnamaldehyde (84,44 %), benzaldehyde (1,84 %)

Coumarin: coumarin (2,29 %)

























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Documentation and References

  • TURBIDE, Michel, L'Aromathérapie : huiles essentielles du Québec et du monde : applications thérapeutiques, Éditeur Santé-arôme.
  • FRANCHOMME, Pierre, Docteur PÉNOËL, Daniel, L’aromathérapie exactement, Éditions Roger Jollois.
  • EIDSON, Deborah, La guérison vibratoire, Guy Trédaniel éditeur. 
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