Sri Lanka, Madagascar
Colds, Antibacterial, Antiseptic
Meditation, Base Chakra
About: Most often, the cooking spice called cinnamon that is found in the grocery store is not cinnamon at all but a close relation called cassia. This is why most people are surprised that the oil smells more like clove than the cinnamon smell they are accustomed to. Cinnamon leaf is easily found but cinnamon bark oil is available, yet, expensive. Cinnamon essential oil can irritate the skin and should be heavily diluted and is usually not used in products that remain on the skin, such as lotion.
Mind: aphrodisiac, energizing, invigorating, refreshing, stimulating
Body: antibacterial, antibiotic, antifungal, antiseptic, antispasmodic, antiviral, bronchitis, colds, influenza, lice, muscular aches, rheumatism, scabies, stress, warts, whooping cough
Spirit: money, business success, prosperity, protection, 1st chakra (root)
Safety Warnings: Avoid during pregnancy. Not for use on young children. Possible skin irritant. Mucous membrane irritant. Avoid if a history of high blood pressure or if using blood thinning medication.
15ml bottle 1/2 ounce
Cinnamon Leaf – retail $8.40 / wholesale $5.04