Cinnamon Bark - cinamomum zeylanicum
Description: Cinnamon is known for its culinary or spice uses, Cinnamon is also a great cleansing oil with properties to treat aches and pains.
Properties: Antibacterial, Antispasmodic, Aphrodisiac, Antiseptic and Astringent
Historical Uses: Spice in food and flavorings, Cinnamon also was a used by 15th century grave robbers as a part of a blend SHIELD to help protect them from plague.
Put a few drops of cinnamon oil into cakes, pies or cookies.
Repellent place where bugs and roaches are a problem.
Apply topically (dilute) to help with aches and pains.
Blends well With: Patchouli, geranium, Lemon and Ylang Ylang
Cinnamon Essential Oil Application:
***Cinnamon oil is very strong and may cause extreme irritation to eyes and skin USE WITH CAUTION AND CARE***
Can be used aromatically
Can be consumed
Can be used topically (DILUTE before topical use)
|Distillation Process||Steam Distilled|
|Properties||Antibacterial, Antidepressant, Antifungal, Antiinflamitory, Antimicrobial, Antioxidant, Antiparasitic, Antiseptic, Antispasmodic, Antiviral, Astringent, Immune Stimulant, Purifier, Stimulant, Warming|
|Historical Uses||BACTERIA, BITES STINGS, DIABETES, IMMUNE SYSTEM , MILDEW, PANCREAS, PNEUMONIA|
|Body Part Affected||Immune System|
|Blends Well With||Geranium, Lemon, Patchouli, Ylang Ylang|
|Storage Temperature||50-75˚F Cool, Dry Place Protected From Heat & Light|
|Disclamer||*If pregnant or under a doctors care, please consult physician before use.|
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- Great for diffusing and scented crafts Review by PINterest Inspiration
- I love to diffuse cinnamon! It's also handy to scent pine cones, homemade potpourri, and for making other yummy smelling crafts. (Posted on 2/13/2016)