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Cinnamon, Bark (Bio-Certified)

$32.50 $32.50

Plant Name: Cinnamomum zeylanicum

Origin: Madagascar

About Cinnamon bark Essential Oil

    1. Steam distilled from the bark of tree
    2. Used for centuries as a digestive
    3. A fantastic airborne cleanser of viral toxins

How to Use Cinnamon bark  Essential Oil

    1. Excellent in cooking, flavoring
    2. A wonderfully potent anti-viral cleaner
    3. Enhances many other oils in the diffuser

Other Ways To Use Cinnamon bark  Essential Oil

    1. Can be added to homemade toothpaste & mouthwash
    2. Used in candy and gum

Use in Ayurveda for Cinnamon bark Essential Oil

    1. Reduces Kapha
    2. Increases Pitta
    3. Balances Vata

Aromatic Profile and Product Details of Cinnamon bark Essential Oil

Sharp and spicy with a soft after scent. Heating, not to be used directly on the skin. A strong analgesic, anti-spasmodic, insecticide that is a wonderful carminative (digestive) oil.

Blends well with These Essential Oils

    1. Cedar, atlas
    2. Tangerine
    3. Cocoa
    4. Peppermint
    5. Clove
    6. Rose, absolute

Safety Considerations for Cinnamon bark Essential Oil

    1. Use caution in Pregnancy
    2. Will cause skin irritation if direct contact
    3. Be sure to use Cinnamon BARK not Leaf, for ingesting

History or facts of Cinnamon bark  Essential Oil

Cinnamon is one of the most recognized scents in the world.

It is harvested in October in Madagascar

Due to over-harvesting, there was previously a ban on harvesting cinnamon in Madagascar, but sustainable harvesting practices have since been embraced, now the ban is lifted.

Madagascar produces the most aromatic Cinnamon anywhere in the world.

Diffuser Recipe:

“Cinnamon bun heaven”

  • 3 drops Cinnamon
  • 2 drops Cocoa

“Spicy Love & Romance”

  • 3 drops Cinnamon
  • 2 drops Rose

  • 1 drop Sandalwood

“Deep and Rich”

  • 2 drops Cinnamon
  • 2 drops Cedar, atlas
  • 2 drops Tangerine


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