In the previous studies, the separate use of individual EO (eugenol, thymol, and cinnamaldehyde
) in an in vitro system has shown various effects, but results were inconsistent with respect to the modulation of ruminal fermentation [2,8,9,11].
(Karadas et al., 2014) found that concentration of carotenoids in liver and coenzyme Q10 is improved when we fed a combination of EOs including carvacrol, cinnamaldehyde
and capsicum oleoresin to broiler chickens.
In addition, cinnamaldehyde
has antimicrobial properties.
and eugenol were the major components of the EOs studied and, the authors concluded that these compounds were responsible for the antioxidant and the antimicrobial activity of the EOs studied.
[USPRwire, Fri Sep 28 2018] Cinnamic Aldehyde, also known as Cinnamaldehyde
, is an organic compound and is pale yellow liquid occurring naturally in the species of genus Cinnamomum.
The widely used flavours in e-cigarettes are - menthol (mint), acetylpyridine (burnt flavour), vanillin (vanilla), cinnamaldehyde
(cinnamon), eugenol (clove), diacetyl (butter), dimethylpyrazine (strawberry), isoamyl acetate (banana) and eucalyptol (spicy cooling).
However, lower concentrations of selected flavors (vanillin, menthol, cinnamaldehyde
, eugenol, and acetylpyridine) induced both inflammation and impaired A23187-stimulated nitric oxide production.
They found that the spice chemical cinnamaldehyde
impaired the movement of tiny hair-like cilia that project from bronchial cells.
"The research found the oil cinnamaldehyde
boosts metabolic health by prodding fat cells to start burning energy--a process called thermogenesis," explained USA Today.
The main component of bark and cinnamon leaf oil is cinnamaldehyde
, which exhibits antimicrobial activity against a wide range of microorganisms.