NOW: CINNAMON BARK OIL  1 OZ 1 OZ

CINNAMON BARK OIL 1 OZ - 1 OZ



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Features:
  • Aroma: Warm, Spicy
  • Benefits: Warming, Comforting, Energizing
  • Mixes Well With: Clove, Nutmeg, Ginger, and Vanilla
UPC: 733739075338
# N7533


Cinnamon Bark Oil - 1 oz. PRODUCT #: 7533 UPC:
733739075338 One of the most recognizable aromas
ever, Cinnamon ruled the trade routes of the world during
ancient times. Its fragrance is warm and spicy and is
reminiscent of early morning sweets. Cinnamon Bark Oil (from
Cinnamomum zeylanicum) is the species of Cinnamon that is most
highly desired for aromatherapeutic use. This essential oil is
100% pure. Details Warnings: Not for topical
use. Do not use during pregnancy. Keep out of reach of
children. Not for internal use if undiluted. Natural
essential oils are highly concentrated and should be used with
care. Cinnamon (Cinnamomum zeylanicum) Fun fact:
Cinnamon was once so highly valued that it was used as a trade
commodity between India, China, and Egypt. The smell of
cinnamon wafting through the kitchen is probably the most
beloved aroma of the Earth's population. First mentioned in
Chinese literature as early as 2700 BC, cinnamon is considered a
“warm” herb and is valued in many ancient traditional medical
systems, including Ayurvedic medicine. Early Europeans
considered cinnamon a “rare and precious spice”, and it was
often used in tonics to treat coughs, colds and digestive
ailments. Used in just about every kitchen of every culture,
cinnamon is treasured for its culinary magic as well as its
therapeutic benefits. However, the kitchen and the doctor’s
office aren't the only places this delicious spice shines. It is
also highly valued in the world of aromatherapy for its warming
and comforting qualities. Cinnamon is especially good for colds,
flu, arthritis, rheumatism, and other aches and pains. It also
blends well other oils, especially citrus and spice scents.
Cinnamon oil is also great to use in a diffuser before parties
or open houses, as it lends a homey, welcoming quality people
find comforting and appealing. Mixes well with: Bergamot,
clove, frankincense, geranium, ginger, grapefruit, lavender,
lemon, marjoram, nutmeg, orange, patchouli, rose, rosemary,
tangerine, thyme, and ylang ylang. Parts used: Leaves and
twigs (dried inner bark). Extraction method: Steam
distillation. Safety Information: Avoid if pregnant. Not to
be used if under age 18. People with sensitive skin should avoid
cinnamon completely. Do not use in baths. Can irritate mucous
membranes, so use with care.

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