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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In recent years, some studies have reported that cinnamon oil had a broad range of antimicrobial activities against gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria (Tyagi and Malik, 2011).
The antibacterial activity of cinnamon oil was tested against all the clinical isolates on sensitivity method on agar plate and the antibacterial activity was tested with inhibition zone.
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.
14 (1) Treatments are including: CON; basal diet, THY; basal diet supplemented with thyme oil (5 g/calf daily), CIN; basal diet supplemented with cinnamon oil (5 g/calf daily).
Glam Camping's kindle cone range includes pine cones that have been infused with spices and cinnamon oil.
Value added Cinnamon products such as Cinnamon oil, Cinnamon powder and Tablets are also produced and exported to large number of countries.
Antimicrobial activities of cinnamon oil and cinnamaldehyde from the Chinese medicinal herb Cinnamomum cassia Blume.
It is a primary antimicrobial constituent of cinnamon oil.
Cinnamon oil has the same content of eugenol as clove oil and is used in making perfumes.