Latin Name: Cinnamomom zeylanicum Country of Origin: Madagascar Aroma: Sweet, spicy, warm, candy like Extraction Method: Steam distilled Plant Part: Leaf. Energetics: Stimulating, warming, drying. Safety: Known dermal irritant. Maximum topical use dilution is .06% Do not use while pregnant or nursing on children under 6. Caution with oral uses. Actions supported by clinical studies: Antibacterial, antifungal, antimicrobial, antioxidant, carminative, insecticide (Battaglia)
Leading / Common Uses:Antimicrobial: Helpful in cleansing the skin. Digestive system: Stimulating to secretions of gastric juices, loss of appetite, intestinal cleansing. Musculoskeletal: Used topically to help warm and invigorate if experiencing chills, as a tonic for those who are devitalized or weak.
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