Typical G.C. analysis

cinnamomum zeylanicum leaf oil
The seasonal variation in the composition of cinnamon leaf oil produced from leaves harvested at different times of the year was studied by Kaul et al. (1996). They found that oil produced from leaves harvested either in the summer or in the winter possessed comparable chemical compositions, whereas an oil produced from leaves harvested in the rainy season had a reduced level of eugenol and an increased level of eugenyl acetate (Table VIII). Note: this page will only include the summer harvest.
220.43  benzyl benzoate
200.06delta- cadinene
30.12  camphene
170.48beta- caryophyllene
210.26  caryophyllene oxide
130.17(E)- cinnamaldehyde
160.19(E)- cinnamyl acetate
90.07  citronellal
60.36para- cymene
150.34beta- elemene
1493.94  eugenol
191.07  eugenyl acetate
180.12alpha- humulene
70.31 limonene + 1,8-cineole
80.86  linalool
50.23alpha- phellandrene
20.33alpha- pinene
40.16beta- pinene
120.07  piperitone
100.09  terpinen-4-ol
110.10alpha- terpineol
10.03alpha- thujene

P. N. Kaul, A. K. Battacharya and B. R. Rajeswara Rae, Seasonal variation in the composition of the essential oil of cinnamon (Cinnamomum zeylanicum Blume) leaves. Indian Perfum., 40(2), 36-38 (1996).

P&F 22, No. 5, 71, (1997)

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