Cinamon Bark

Botanical Name Cinnamomum zeylanicum  
Botanical family Lauraceae 
Origin Sri Lanka 
Method Complete distillation by steam distillation 
Plant part Bark 
Note Middle  
Appearance mobile, limpid liquid 
Color yellow 
Odor warm, sweet, characteristic of cinnamon 
Biochemical composition of the essential oil Aromatic aldehyde (75–80%): cinnamaldehyde  
Phenols (5–6%): eugenol Coumarins (1%) 
Therapeutic properties   Very powerful, very wide-spectrum anti-infective (antibacterial, antiviral, antifun antiparasitic) ++++ 
Inhibits fermentation and putrefaction +++ 
Hyperaemic and revulsant ++ 
Hypotensive ++ 
General tonic and stimulant ++ 
Generally re-energising for all failing functions +++ 
Anti-hyperglycaemic +++ 
Main therapeutic indications  All bacterial, viral, fungal and parasitic infections in any location ++++  
HCAIs +++ 
Tropical fevers and infections: malaria, leishmaniasis, tuberculosis +++  
Severe asthenia, depression +++ 
Cold extremities, peripheral capillary insufficiency ++ 
Type 2 diabetes ++ 
Male impotence ++ 
Amenorrhea, oligomenorrhea ++ 
Arterial hypertension ++ 
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