Cinnamon Bark Essential Oil has been used historically as a digestive aid and also for tonics. It is great for immune system support, cleaning, air clarifying, and improving mood. However, it’s not a good idea to sniff this right from the bottle as it is a hot oil, similar to Cassia. With a warm and spicy scent, cinnamon is good for more than just cooking!
Personal Favorite Use:
I love to drink hot water with a drop of cinnamon bark essential oil in it to soothe a scratchy throat.
- Assists with circulation when consumed or applied topically
- Supports a healthy immune system
- Promotes good oral hygiene
- Relieves painful muscles and joints
- Offer internal health benefits
- Adds flavor when cooking or baking
Emotional Benefits (when inhaled):
Cinnamon facilitates healthy healing of sexual issues and a healthy reproductive system. It assists in body acceptance and embracing physical attractiveness.
Most Common Uses: Cinnamon Bark Essential Oil
- Add one drop to any hot beverage (or even just hot water) and drink slowly to help with a sore throat
- Add 2 drops to a veggie capsule to support healthy immune system functioning and pancreatic health
- Dilute in a carrier oil and rub on the abdomen for another way to support pancreatic health
- Add a few drops to a spray bottle filled with water for a natural cleaning method
- Put one drop on your toothbrush before adding toothpaste to keep your mouth very clean
- Dilute in a carrier oil and massage on painful joints or to warm up the skin during the cold seasons
- It is rumored that cinnamon oil is an aphrodisiac when diffused or massaged into the lower abdomen when diluted (AVOID applying to the genital area)
- Depending on the brand quality, it may be used for cooking in small amounts due to the strong concentrated flavor
(T) Apply 1-2 drops directly to desired area, can
be diluted with complimentary oil to reduce risk of
(A) Diffuse 3-4 drops in diffuser of choice.
(I) Dilute 1 drop in 4 oz. liquid.
Blends well with: