Cinnamon Bark has a warm, spicy and tenacious aroma that provides a supporting warmth and a strength of spirit.
Regarded as one of the strongest antibacterial agents, Cinnamon bark has been used to resist the spread of viral, bacterial and contagious infections. Cinnamon is also known as a gastrointestinal stimulant, relieving colitis, gas, diarrhea, and vomiting.
Commonly used to relive arthritis and rheumatic pain and aches from chills during cold and flu season. It is great at warming the body from cold hands and feet and improving the circulation. Cinnamon is recommended for those with general debility and poor health as it helps to regain strength. For this purpose, it is best used in a diffuser or in a body massage.
Botanical name: Cinnamomum Zeylancium
Extraction method: steam distilled
Plant part: bark
Note: top to middle
Aroma: warm, sweet, spicy
Properties and Benefits
Restores vigor for life and brings back that fire in the belly for those that have been depressed or lost far too long.
Blends well with
Avoid using during pregnancy. Do not use undiluted on skin. as it can cause skin sensitization in those with sensitive skin. Always dilute with carrier oil before using on skin. Use at max dilution of 1% (5-6 drops per 1oz of carrier oil) for skin use.