This is an older article specific to Cinnamon Bark Essential Oil. I’m updating it to include this link to a much more in-depth article on the Magickal and Medicinal Properties of Cinnamon, including holistic uses and simple spells.
Who’s ready to dig deeper into Cinnamon Bark Essential Oil?
First, the basics and the obligatory disclaimer.
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Cinnamon bark oil
There’s no doubt that Cinnamon Bark is a favorite during the winter season, as its sweet and spicy scent evokes memories of the holidays.
Also available in Vitality.
Cinnamon Bark Vitality essential oil has a warm, spicy flavor that complements a variety of classic culinary treats and drinks.
Cinnamon bark originates from the Lauraceae botanical family, and the oil is carefully distilled from the bark of a small evergreen tree that is native to Sri Lanka. The Cinnamomum verum tree can grow up to 30 feet tall and is recognizable for its thick, leathery leaves with pointy tips. Among the leaves, you can find inconspicuous yellow flowers and small, black, fleshy berries.
Cinnamon Bark essential oil’s warm and comforting aroma exudes a familiar scent from the naturally occurring constituent cinnamaldehyde.
From the bottle: Spicy, warm, and sweet
FEATURES & BENEFITS
- Helps support a healthy digestive system
- Helps support a healthy immune system
- Has antioxidant properties
- Helps maintain a healthy lifestyle regimen
- Provides a spicy addition to a variety of foods and drinks
- Includes the naturally occurring constituent cinnamaldehyde
- Substitute in any recipe that calls for ground cinnamon
Listed in Dioscorides’ De Materia Medica (AD 78), Europe’s first authoritative guide to medicines, which became the standard reference work for herbal treatments for over 1,700 years.
Medical Properties: Anti-inflammatory (COX-2 inhibitor), powerfully antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal, anticoagulant, circulatory stimulant, stomach protectant (ulcers), antiparasitic (worms)
Uses: Cardiovascular disease, infectious diseases, viral infections (herpes, etc.), digestive complaints, ulcers, and warts
Fragrant Influence: Thought to attract wealthExcerpted from the Essential Oils Desk Reference, 7th Edition
- 2 quarts fresh apple cider
- 1 orange, unpeeled and cut into slices
- 3 drops Lemon Vitality™ essential oil
- 1 drop Cinnamon Bark Vitality™ essential oil
- 1 drop Clove Vitality™ essential oil
- 1 drop Nutmeg Vitality™ essential oil
- Cinnamon sticks, for serving
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