Cinnamon Bark EO 2ml
Cinnamon BARK (Cinnamomum zeylanicum) by Melissa Farris, Founder of Veriditas Botanicals.
Have you ever had a "Red Hot"? or a Cinnamon Altoid? Put a drop of Cinnamon Bark on your toothpick or on your hand and lick it! It takes SUPER sweet and warming. There is one drop of Cinnamon Bark per Altoid, which makes it "curiously strong!"
Cinnamon Bark essential oil is widely loved for its warming, spicy, sweet and invigorating scent. Cinnamon bark essential oil is a powerful anti-microbial, anti-infection, pain relieving agent. It can balance digestion is high in antioxidants and an aphrodisiac. It is perfect for diffusion, compress, diluted in massage oil, food flavorings. We all will recognize Cinnamon Bark from its use in foods, teas, incense, herbal formulations chai and even coco-cola. Cinnamon has been used since the dawn of human civilization as a spice, incense and healing herb and has a rich history in human politics and trade. Cinnamon Bark essential oil is not for use during pregnancy and can be highly irritating to the skin when used undiluted. Do not apply Cinnamon Bark or Leaf directly to the skin, do not use in a bath! Cinnamon Leaf essential oil is toxic and should not be used internally or undiluted or on the skin. Cinnamon Leaf should be used for candles, cleaning and other non-therapeutic purposes.
Cinnamon Bark essential oil can is great for helping colds, flus and food poisoning. The aroma of Cinnamon Bark kills bacteria, viruses, yeasts and molds. The essential oil expands our aura of immunity beyond the skin to the space around us. Cinnamon Bark also is a great addition to homemade household cleaners because of its wonderful scent and its strong purifying abilities. Cinnamon is also great for keeping lice, roaches, ants, moths and spiders away. It is also used in food preservation. Cinnamon Bark essential oil is found in Good Samaritian which has been proven to kill 99% of bacteria making it indispensable for the home especially in diffusers. Cinnamon Bark is also found in the Gumdrops to promote good oral health, prevent infections and to add a wonderful flavor and scent.
Cinnamon Bark essential oil can be used in foods and drinks as flavoring as is the case in Coca-Cola and many other drinks and foods. 1-2 drops in breads, muffins, cakes, coffees brings rich flavor and the warming memories. (1-2 drops per recipe, not serving) Cinnamon Bark is a digestive herb and can help improve appetite and balance the digestive tract by firming the bowel movements. Cinnamon is known for its ability to resist infections, fight food poisoning and boost immunity.
Cinnamon essential oil can be distilled using the various parts of the plant. The Leaf and Bark will produce chemically different essential oils. The Cinnamon Bark contains a high percentage of cinnamaldehyde and a small amount of eugenol. The Cinnamon Leaf essential oil contains a high percentage of eugenol and a low percentage of cinnamaldehyde. Cinnamon Leaf is toxic and should be used for cleaning, for candles, and to be handled with care. Cinnamon Bark on the other hand is non-toxic and can be used with foods.
All Purpose Cleaner:
In 4 oz glass bottled add:
20 drops Cinnamon leaf for bark or half of each
40 drops Lemon
10 drops Rosemary
1 TBSP of Vodka, Vinegar, or Witch Hazel alcohol extract.
Top off with distilled water
This all-purpose cleaner will rid the home of unwanted microbes using organic essential oils which smell amazing! It will not harm you or your family when used safely and kept out of the eyes.
Immunity Diffuser Blend:
1 drop Cinnamon Bark
3 drops Eucalyptus Globulus
3 drops Tea Tree
Diffusing this combination of essential oils will help prevent the spread of illness through the air. It will help to fight colds, flus, help respiratory infections and more.
Colds and Flus:
1 drop Cinnamon Bark on a sugar cube in 1 cup of water. Drink 1-3 times per day not exceeding 7 consecutive days.
Warning - do not take cinnamon oil if you are taking diabetes medications.
Note: These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.