cinnamon oil

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cin·na·mon oil

(sin'ă-mon oyl),
The volatile oil distilled with steam from the leaves and twigs of Cinnamomum cassia; contains not less than 80% by volume of the total aldehydes of cinnamon oil.
Synonym(s): cassia oil
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Specimens from each preservative treatment group were extracted and the results from these analyses were compared with those of pure juniper leaf oil and cinnamon oil to determine the effect of VTC processing on essential oils.
The insect-repelling effect of cinnamon oil incorporated into LDPE films was more effective when the oil was microencapsulated.
Using Natural Active Ingredients including cinnamon oil, cedar oil, rosemary oil and lemongrass, the shampoo is designed to kill fleas on contact.
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Alternatively you can apply a bit of cinnamon oil to your lips, but be careful about how much you use as some people are sensitive to it.
What is needed is a natural and safe form of mosquito control, and this is what a team of Taiwanese researchers has now discovered in cinnamon oil.
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Cinnamic aldehyde is a primary antimicrobial constituent of cinnamon oil.