Cinnamon was first seen and used in temperate areas of Asia, particularly in India and Sri Lanka. Because Cinnamon has been proven to offer a wide range of uses especially therapeutically, it found its way to become one of the most commonly used herbs in the traditional Indian medicinal system. Since then, you can find Cinnamon growing in all of warm regions across the world.
Cinnamon essential oil has abundant mineral contents such as iron, calcium, manganese, and is a great source of fiber, It has a lot of amazing health benefits that include antifungal, antibacterial, germicidal, and anticoagulant. For these properties that Cinnamon oil is effective in the treatment of dysmenorrhea, fungal infection, arthritis, diarrhea, flu, and indigestion.
Follow These Simple Cinnamon Oil Remedies Based On Your Needs
Sore throat - add 1 drop of Cinnamon into hot tea or any warm favorite drink and sip slowly.
Immune system - 2 drops in empty vegetarian capsule
Pancreas - Take one to two drops of Cinnamon oil using veggie capsule or massage diluted Cinnamon oil on the abdomen.
Fresh breath - Put 1 drop of Cinnamon on toothbrush before putting toothpaste.
Arthritis- mix small amount of Cinnamon essential oil with carrier oil and apply on affected joints, especially during cold season.
Aphrodisiac- Use Cinnamon oil for aromatherapy or directly apply the oil on the abdomen on a regular basis. It can be applied on the genitals ONLY thinly and thoroughly diluted.
Disinfectant- mix two to three drops Cinnamon oil with water in an atomizer and spray on areas to disinfect.
Cooking - Cinnamon essential oil is graded as GRAS (Generally Recognized as Safe) by the FDA and those made by recognized brands can be mixed with food. Tip: start putting very small amount until desired taste is achieved. While most herbs have bizarre taste, Cinnamon oil is usually used to make dish or breads more delectable. It is also added to other essential oils for a more aromatic effect and more potent therapeutic benefits.
Cinnamon essential oil just makes things better! It can be combined with rosemary, lemon, geranium, cardamom, and lavender.
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Smells great! It is a spicy warm scent. It is great for diffusing or mixing with a carrier oil and applying topically. Lots of benefits to using cinnamon essential oil especially for sore muscles and helps with circulation.
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