Cinnamon is believed to come from the Hebrew word kinamon, or the Phoenician word “kinnámmon”. The cinnamon bark essential oil is steam-distilled from bark. The oil produced from the bark is high in cinnamaldehyde, which is irritating to the skin and should be used with care.Cinnamon is said to attract wealth by transforming our core beliefs of limitation into abundance. It will release anger, frustration, and abuse that we have buried that deal with our dependence and addictions.
Protecting, cleansing, tonic, stimulating, energizing, supporting, purifying and warming
Insects bites, scabies, warts and wasp stings; tones digestive system, expel gas from the intestines; calm spasms of the stomach and intestines; stimulate production of gastric juices; promote appetite and help digestion; stimulates to increase energy and speed up the function of the glandular, circulatory and respiratory systems; helps to encourage and regulate menstrual flow (scanty periods) and menstrual pains; eases stress-related weak and exhausted conditions
The scent is hot and spicy aroma attracts wealth.
Blends Well With:
Frankincense, ginger, grapefruit, lavender, mandarin, orange, rosemary, thyme
Dilute Ratio: 20-80
- 1 part essential oil with 4 parts of carrier oil. Avoid using on children
Apply 1-2 drops on location
Apply on chakras and/or Vita Flex points
Not for children under 6 years old; use with caution and in greater dilution for children 6 years old and over
Use extreme caution when diffusing cinnamon bark because it may burn the nostrils or irritate nasal membrane if you put your nose directly next to the nebulizer of the diffuser or bottle.
Repeated use can result in extreme contact sensitization. Use no more than 0.05% in blends. Cinnamon oil may cause a severe skin reaction, including a burning sensation and some blistering.
Do not use during pregnancy.
Can cause extreme skin irritation.
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