Cinnamon Bark12.07.17- Meredith Liggio
Cinnamon Bark Vitality is absolutely one my favorite oils. I have been putting it in my tea, along with Ginger Vitality and Clove Vitality essential oils. My friend and my newest oiler to sign up with me (Jami Gaubert) created this little jewel while we were together in North Carolina. It may not be new, but we surely loved it.
Let’s take a look and find out a little more about about Cinnamon Bark essential oil.
Cinnamon is steam distilled from bark in India, Madagascar, and Sri Lanka. It can be used topically, aromatically, or taken orally. Historically, cinnamon was used in about every prescription issued in ancient China. It was considered to be a tranquilizer, tonic, and stomachic, as well as being good for depression and a weak heart.
This oil has a spicy aroma and will create an inviting, warm aroma during the holidays. It can be found in many oil blends, one of which is Christmas Spirit. Cinnamon Bark can we used to eliminate odors and to freshen a musty smelling garbage can or drain.
Add Cinnamon Bark Vitality to a vegetarian gel tablet along with an organic oil to support your digestion. It creates a delicious flavor when added to your Ningxia Red shot, a banana smoothie, or your morning oatmeal. Cinnamon Bark Vitality can also be added to your favorite recipes in place of ground cinnamon.
The oils found in Cinnamon Bark are thought to reduce spasms and gas. It also contains a chemical that might work like insulin to lower blood sugar.
Overall, what is it good for?
- Regular digestion
- Blood sugar
- Warm, comforting, and inviting
- Healthy immune system
Try These DIY Projects!
- 5 drops Cinnamon Bark
- 3 drops Lemon
Drop each into your drain, and let it sit for about three hours.
- 1 drop Cinnamon Bark Vitality
- 1 drop Ginger Vitality
- 1 drop Clove Vitality