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Cinnamon is a tropical plant ang grows best in warm areas with high humidity where average temperature reach approximately 27 DegC. Cinnamon can be grown in a wide range of soils but the highest quality bark is obtained when trees are grown in sandy soils rich in humus.
Description Of Cinnamon Leaf (spice oil):
Cinnamon is the collective name given to several plant species in the genus Cinnamomum ( Family Lauraceae) grown for their bark which is used as a flavoring. Cinnamon trees are small evergreens with aromatic bark and leaves. The leaves of the tree are thick and oval in shape, growing on smooth gray branches. The tree produces small yellow or green flowers on panicles and a berry fruit. Cinnamon trees can reach heights of up to 20m (66ft) in the wild but are usually coppiced to smaller bushes under cultivation. Cinnamon trees have an economic lifespan of approximately 10 years. Cinnamon may be referred to as cassia and originates from Asia.
Cinnamon is a tropical plant ang grows best in warm areas with high humidity where average temperature reach approximately 27 DegC. Cinnamon can be grown in a wide range of soils but the highest quality bark is obtained when trees are grown in sandy soils rich in humus. Cinnamon grows best when planted in full sun but as a forest tree it will tolerate some shading. Tree require an average rainfall of between 1250mm and 2500mm.
Distillation & Properties of Cinnamon Leaf oil:
Cinnamon leaf oil which is more dedicated than cinnamon bark oil is produced via steam Steam-distillation or water Distillation. The leathery green leaves are preffered from the trees and there left to dry for several days. Afterward they go through a special water steam distillation machine that extracts the oil. Cinnamon leaf oil can be distilled via traditional method where a huge wooden vessel is fitted with a cooper head or top that holds as much as 600kg of dried cinnamon leaves. The vessel is placed in a automatic boiler that produces the steam distillation method. The Phenols in cinnamon tree leaves gives cinnamon leaf oil its rejuvenating and health promoting quality. Cinnamon leaf contains 70 to 96 percent Phenols mainly eugenol which is responsible for its many beneficial properties. Distillation is the process which gives best quality of oil . Distillation takes 3-4 Hours. After Distillation Process each Batch Of oil is Tested in VISHWANATH OILS PRODUCTS By Senior Analyst In Lab and its component like Eugenol, Eugenol acetate, Cinnamic aldehyde, linalooland benzyl benzoate.
Vishwanath oils Products Manufacturer of Cinnamon Leaf oil (Cinnamomum zeylanicum.
Blends with Cinnamon Leaf Oil (Spice oil);
Cinnamon leaf oil well blends with Bergamot, Frankincense, Grapefruit, Lavender, Lemon, Orange, Rosemary, Tea tree, Thyme , Ylang-ylang oil.
Constituents of Cinnamon Leaf oil (Spice oil):
Each batch of oil is tested by VISHWANATH OILS PRODUCTS by Senior analyst and its content like Eugenol, Eugenol acetate, Cinnamic aldehyde, linalooland benzyl benzoate.
Uses of Cinnamon Leaf oil (Spice oIl);
Precautions to use over Cinnamon Leaf oil (Spice oil):