It’s hard to find anyone who isn’t familiar with the spice, Cinnamon. The word “cinnamon” is derived from the Greek “Kinamomon” meaning “pipes” or “tubes.” It was used in ancient times for embalming as as incense in the temples.
Many people used or use cinnamon for mulled wines and love potions. It was an important trade commodity between China, India, and Egypt.
- Stimulates digestion while supporting the immune system
- Helps relieve aches and pains
- Aids in disinfecting the air
Steam Inhalation: Add 2-3 drops to a cup of steaming water and inhale.
Diffusion: Diffuse 3-5 drops or more in the diffuser.
Topical: Use the dilution table to add 1-2 drops and apply to the desired area.
Not all essential oils are appropriate at all times. Be sure to reference our guidelines below:
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