Cinnamon is a strong antiseptic and antimicrobial useful for resisting viral infections and contagious diseases. Cinnamon Leaf helps overcome
nervous exhaustion. Recent research confirms that cinnamon oil can greatly reduce mold when diffused using a powerful diffuser. Cinnamon can also be infused into wax paper to preserve foods.(See New York Times)
What is the Aromatic Affect on the Mind? Its hot and spicy aroma attracts wealth!
Spiritually & Emotionally: Cinnamon is thought to attract wealth by transforming our core beliefs. Go from thoughts of limitation to those of abundance. Helps release anger & frustration and stored emotional issues from past abuse. May help overcome dependence and addictions.
Good for one ready to review behavioral patterns. Release memories of physical abuse or injustices that may have weighed on the mind for years.
How to use:
Use diluted - 20:80 dilution (one part essential oil: four parts of carrier oil).
Apply 2 drops on location or chakra
May be used as a dietary supplement.
Dilution recommended for both topical and internal use. Keep out of reach of children. Avoid using on infants and very small children.
Properties: Antibacterial, Anticonvulsant, Antifungal, Anti-Inflammatory, Antiseptic, Sedative, Warming, Antioxidant
Historical Uses for Well Being: Bacteria (antibiotic resistant), Bacterial infection, Bladder Infection, Cholesterol, Circulation (poor), Colds, Cough, Depression, Detoxification, Digestive system, Enzymatic deficiency (gut), Exhaustion, Fatigue, Flu, Fungal infection, Herpes, Immune function, Infectious disease, Inflammation, Libido (low), Lungs, Mold, Mucus (reduction), Myeloid Leukemia (inhibit growth), Nerve support, Pancreas balances , Parasites, Rheumatism, Sexual stimulant, Tranquilizer, Viral disease, Warming, Warts, Diabetes