|Natural Plant Essential Oil:
|Natural Plant Essential Oil
|It Has The Special Spicy And Warm Sweet Aroma Of Chinese Cinnamon. First It's Sweet, Then It's Spicy
|Yellow To Dark Brown Liquid
|Soluble In Ethanol, Glacial Acetic Acid, Insoluble In Glycerol And Mineral Oil
|Can Be Used To Prepare Tobacco, Beverage, Wine, Toothpaste, With Flavor Food Flavor Enhancer
|2-8°C, Dark, Full, Sealed, Store In A Cool Place
CAS 8007-80-5 natural plant oil,
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Natural Plant Essential Oil 99% Cinnamon Oil CAS:8007-80-5 For Food Flavoring Agent.
Cinnamon Oil is extracted by crushing and distilling cinnamon. The active components in this oil are Cinnamaldehyde, Cinnamyl
Acetate, Cinnamyl Alcohol and many other polyphenolic polymers
|Mode Of Extraction
|Cinnamaldehyde, Cinnamyl Alcohol, Cinnamyl Acetate, Eugenol
|Clear Transparent Liquid
|Sweet Burning Spicy Smell & Taste
|Slightly soluble in water.
Soluble in equal amounts of water and Glacial Acetic Acid
|Well Closed in Air Tight containers away from sunlight and heat. Amber colour Glass containers are preferable
|Pale yellow to yellowish fluid liquid
|Cassia characteristic odor
|Solubility(70% Ethanol, 20°C)
|Acid value mg KOH/G:
|Heavy metal(pb) content
Product Use: Used in pharmaceutical industry, can be used to prepare tobacco, beverage, wine, toothpaste, with flavor food flavor enhancer. It can also be used in some soaps and aromatherapy fragrances. Cinnamaldehyde can be isolated from oil, and further synthesis of cinnamyl alcohol and cinnamate a variety of spices.
Cinnamon bark oil (Cinnamomum verum) is derived from the plant of the species name Laurus cinnamomum and belongs to the Lauraceae botanical family. Native to parts of South Asia, today cinnamon plants are grown across different nations throughout Asia and shipped around the world in the form of cinnamon essential oil or cinnamon spice. Its' believed that today over 100 varieties of
cinnamon are grown worldwide, but two types are definitely the most popular: Ceylon cinnamon and Chinese cinnamon. Browse through any essential oils guide, and you'll notice some common names like cinnamon oil, orange oil, lemon essential oil and lavender oil.
But what makes essential oils different than ground or whole herbs is their potency. Cinnamon oil is highly concentrated with antioxidants.
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