Tamala Oil

Cinnamomum tamala ct linalool
34 reviews
$31.00 USD
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Description
Tamala essential oil is warm, bright, and resonant with the spicy aroma of cinnamon—but without the sharp bite of cinnamon leaf or cinnamon bark. Tamala oil is gentle on the skin and creates a quiet atmosphere for relaxation where tension seems to melt away. Our wildcrafted tamala essential oil is steam distilled from the fresh leaves of an evergreen tree in tropical and subtropical areas of the Himalayas of Nepal. The distiller has formed a farmer cooperative, which has helped the local people significantly raise their quality of life.
Suggested Uses

Purify - Germs

Make a foot care gel with tamala oil in aloe vera. Use it after showering at the gym to prevent itchy feet!

Relieve - Head Tension

Ease head tension after a long day with tamala oil in a roll-on blend. Use it to massage your neck and scalp.

Relax - Sleep

Diffuse tamala oil when it’s time for bed—it’s warm, spicy aroma can help you feel calm, relaxed, and secure.

Product Properties
Country

Nepal

Plant Part

Leaves

Cultivation

Wildcrafted

Chemical Families

Monoterpenes

Monoterpenols

Oxides

Botanical Families

Lauraceae

Extraction Method

Steam Distilled

Therapeutic Properties

Analgesic

Antispasmodic

Antianxiety

Antifungal

Antifungal (candida)

Antimicrobial

Antioxidant

Anti-inflammatory

Mucolytic

Sedative

Notes

Middle-base

Aromas

Exotic and Sensual

Sweet

Warm and Radiant

Spicy

Safety & Shelf Life

Shelf Life

4 years

Safety & Warnings

May cause irritation to skin and mucous membranes, best to use in low doses. Avoid using on individuals with sensitive or damaged skin. May be sensitizing. The oil is not be used with children under two years old.

GCMS Data

All essential oils at Aromatics International are GC/MS tested. This ensures that we sell oils with the highest possible integrity for therapeutic use. Learn more about GC/MS reports here.

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KAREN WILLIAMS - Registered Nurse, Certified Aromatherapist, CO-FOUNDER

A Passion for Aromatherapy

Aromatics International would not be what it is today without your shared belief in what we do, what we stand for, and how we conduct our aromatherapy practice.

I embarked on my journey to source pesticide-free, sustainable products from small-scale farmers and a major criteria of mine is that everything I source is both aromatically vibrant and also therapeatically effective. I love sharing what I find in this world with others. I am constantly blown away by the positive response I receive from all of you. I thank all of you for your strong support throughout the years and am continually inspired by the warm words you share with me. It truly keeps me going.

Love, Karen

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AT
02/26/2022
Ann T.
United States United States

My New Go~To EO for Tension Relief and Emotional Balance

Not a particular fan of cinnamon, I was hesitant to purchase this oil, despite the many and glowing remarks from AI staff and other users. It was while going through a particularly rough life patch that I decided to make the emotion diffuser blend, which contains Tamala. Upon arrival of the oil, I was transported by the soft, lovely scent that slowly wafted towards my nose. My whole body relaxed, I felt safe, and I smiled for the first time in many weeks. And that was just sniffing it from the bottle. I now turn to Tamala not only for diffusing and tension relief, but also just for a quick whiff to calm, uplift, and center myself. Tamala is a gentle powerhouse of an EO and smells nothing like cinnamon. At least not to my olfactory senses.

  • How long have you been using essential oils? 5 years
TW
01/13/2022
Tina W.
United States United States

Tamala Oil

My new favorite oil!! Where has this been all my life!!

  • How long have you been using essential oils? 5 years
JG
12/07/2021
Jennifer G.
United States United States

It's ok

I purchased this to have a skin-safe cinnamon oil. However it isn't very cinnamon-smelling. The aroma is sweet with a memory of spice. I'd like to find some recipes to use it in!

  • How long have you been using essential oils? 2-5 years
12/09/2021

Aromatics International

Hi Jennifer! Thanks for the review! Tamala Oil has a gentler spicy cinnamon-like aroma. It is more sweet, and does not have the sharp bite like cinnamon bark or cinnamon leaf oil. Here is a link for recipe ideas using the tamala oil: https://www.aromatics.com/blogs/recipes/all?q=tamala

JT
12/05/2021
Jerie T.
United States United States

Stress blend

I used this to make a blend for stress and anxiety - love how well it works

  • How long have you been using essential oils? 5 years
JS
08/02/2021
Julia S.
United States United States

Spicy cinnamon scent

Love the light spicy cinnamon scent. Not overpowering but beautiful fragrance.

  • How long have you been using essential oils? 2-5 years
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