Chemical Components

Both forms of cinnamon contain an essential oil that consists primarily of cinnamaldehyde (up to 80% in C. verum and 90% in C. cassia) and differ primarily in their eugenol and coumarin content. The volatile oil from C. verum contains 10% eugenol whereas the oil from Ccassia contains only trace amounts and C. cassia contains coumarin, which is not found substantially in C. verum. The bark of C. verum

contains caryophyllene, cinnamyl acetate and linalool whereas the bark of C. cassia contains catechin and 1,8 cineole.

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