Young Chemist’s Cinnamon Essential oil is extracted from cinnamon bark through steam distillation. The cinnamon essential oil contains various compounds that influence health. These compounds reduce inflammation and act as an antimicrobial. The cinnamon essential oil is known as a natural remedy for cough, cold, and constipation. The cinnamon essential oil stimulates circulation, relieves pain, improves digestion, and protects against insects.


Blends well with:


Ginger oil, Black pepper oil, Clove oil, Orange oil, Jasmine oil, Cardamom oil, Tea tree oil and Bergamot oil



  • Cinnamon essential oil includes significant compounds that may facilitate heart health and aid diabetes treatment. Its antioxidant properties may help prevent cancer and fight skin inflammation.
  • Cinnamon oil is found to exhibit superoxide dismutase-like activity that's an enzyme that helps the body combat oxidative stress.
  • Cinnamon essential oil can help treat stress and increase alertness.
  • Cinnamon essential oil helps to reduce cholesterol levels and combats oxidative stress.
  • It is good for humans as well as for animals too, as it reduces the cholesterol levels in broiler chickens.



  • When combined with carrier oil such as jojoba, sweet almond, or avocado, the cinnamon essential oil can be applied to the skin or added to baths. Some essential oils can cause chemical burns and other negative effects if they aren't properly diluted in carrier oil or you apply them directly to the skin.
  • The cinnamon essential oil can be inhaled after being sprinkled onto a cloth or tissue, or by using an aromatherapy diffuser or vaporizer. You must remember that diffusers can become moldy and so they should be cleaned regularly.
  • To scent your home, try adding one drop of cinnamon oil to fabric sachets or dried flowers. Or you can add a couple drops to a diffuser with water. Some commercially made air fresheners have cinnamon scents made for them.


  • It's important to know that the aroma therapeutic use of cinnamon essential oil is not tested well. The essential oil may have harmful or potentially toxic effects.
  • Cinnamon is rich in a compound called coumarin that can be toxic to the liver and kidneys if used in abundance.
  • Besides, some individuals experience irritation when applying essential oils to the skin. You should do a skin patch test before using any new essential oil.
  • Pregnant women and children should consult doctor before using essential oils.

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