Botanical Name: Cinnamomum zeylanicum
Method: CO2 extracted and filtered, from cinnamon bark
Size: 5 ml. Violetglass bottle
Uses: • Antifungal • Antibacterial • Warming • Digestive • Diabetes • Hormone Balancing
Note: Stronger and more sensitizing than cinnamon leaf, cinnamon bark oil is the traditional cinnamon essential oil. It can be sensitizing, and should not be used or taken internally with direct sun exposure.
One of the world’s best antibacterial oils is Cinnamon Bark. It is a splendid oil for diffusing to eliminate airborne bacteria and molds–although it can be irritating to some individuals, which may be eliminated by diluting it with citrus oils or other oils.
Cinnamon helps to regulate blood sugar, and is regenerative to the pancreas. It can be a very helpful oil for those with diabetes, and should be greatly diluted and taken internally for this purpose (suggested usage: add up to 3 drops cinnamon bark oil to a quart of water and sip on it, taking up to a cup of this mixture throughout the day).
Cinnamon Bark is anti-fungal, a general tonic, and immune system stimulant. It is extremely warming, and is helpful for regenerating the adrenals and balancing hormones.
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