English Name:- Cinnamombark
Botanical Name:- Cinnamomum zeylanicum
Parts- Used:- Stem Bark
Habit:- A small sized evergreen tree, but longer than Tamalapatra tree, bark is also more aromatic.
Taste:- Pungent sweet
Chemical Constituents:- Bark Contains:- Essential oil, Cinnamonoil, Eugenol, Volatile oil, Cinnamaldehyde, Camphor, Cinnzeylamine, Tannin and Gum.
Actions:- Antiseptic, Antifungal, Aromatic, Carminative, Stomachic, Digestive, Stimulant.
Used In:- Bark: Gastroenterological Complaints, Flue, Indigestion, Mouth washes, Leafoil: Antifungal, Antimicrob, Clears throat, useful in cough, Heart disease, Eczema, Piles and worms, Essential oil: Inhibitory effect on pathogenic and non pathogenic fuugi.
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