Cinnamon bark essential oil, 5 ml.
The warm, spicy aroma of cinnamon essential oil has been sought throughout the ages both as a valuable commodity and for its ability to improve wellness. Young Living Therapeutic Grade™ cinnamon bark is meticulously tested to ensure that no dilution from similar-smelling oils has occurred.
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Cinnamon bark essential oil (Cinnamomum verum) has that wonderful spicy scent loved around the world. Cinnamon oil is now being used in many recipes as a tangy, inventive ingredient.
Historically, cinnamon was so popular it was the main reason behind the occupation of Ceylon by first the Portuguese, then the Dutch, and then the British. It is best to dilute cinnamon bark before topical application or direct inhalation.
The warm, spicy aroma of cinnamon has been sought throughout the ages both as a valuable commodity and for its ability to improve wellness. Young Living Therapeutic Grade™ cinnamon bark is meticulously tested to ensure that no dilution from similar-smelling oils has occurred. Cinnamon is thought to promote healthy cardiovascular and immune function, and acts as an antiseptic. You can also use cinnamon to enhance your cooking, or dilute and massage into chakras to create a soothing, relaxing sensation.
What’s so great about Cinnamon Essential Oil?
- Promotes a healthy immune response.*
- Helps maintain a healthy lifestyle regimen.
- Cinnamon is a spice that has been used traditionally for thousands of years.
- Provides a spicy and delicious addition when cooking or baking.
- Includes the naturally occurring constituent cinnamaldehyde.
- An important ingredient in many products, including Thieves, Abundance™, and Inner Defense.
How to use: For dietary, aromatic or topical use.
When using as a supplement, dilute one drop in 4 fl. oz. of liquid such as soy or rice milk.
Possible skin sensitivity.
If pregnant or under a doctor’s care, consult your physician.
Always dilute before applying to the skin or taking internally.
Keep out of reach of children.
Flavor Foods with Essential Oils
How many of you use Cinnamon by itself? That’s good!
How many of you cook with it? Fantastic!
Try cooking with your blends–there is a lot of value in cooking with your blends, and I hope you understand that when I say “cooking,” I mean that you don’t cook with oils, you flavor with oils. You do your cooking and then you put the oils in at the very end when you are through cooking–and you just blend it in. You DO NOT pour it in, hit it with a blender, and put it on the stove at 300 degrees and boil it. You cook your food and then sprinkle your oil and blend it in very gently. Oils are musical– have fun with them!