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Cinnamon Essential Oil

And Its Skin Health Benefits

Cinnamon Essential Oil is a natural aphrodisiac with its sweet and spicy smell.

I love the smell of cinnamon, it reminds me of a comforting cup of tea on a cold winters day.

Both the oil, and the sticks or powder, have beneficial and healing properties.

Cinnamon essential oil and cinnamon have many healing properties.

Natural cinnamon sticks also hold the many healing properties of the essential oil.

What Can It Do For You?

Other than being an aphrodisiac this oil:

  • Is a natural anti bacterial - just like if you drink tea with cinnamon in it, the oil is also an anti bacterial killing germs on the inside and outside.

  • Improves Mental Clarity.

  • Aids in blood circulation and is often recommended for weight loss.

  • Is naturally anti inflammatory, helping sprains, cuts, acne, pain and stiffness of the muscles and joints (such as arthritis.

  • Helps relieve cold and flu symptoms due to it's anti bacterial and anti microbial properties.

  • Regulates blood sugar - which is great for those who have diabetes.

  • It aids in the production of breastmilk.

  • Helps prevent tooth decay and gum disease due to its anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. Cinnamon can be included in homemade toothpaste.


    Cinnamon Oil is very strong and if used on foods only use 1 drop heavily diluted. It mixes well with honey and soy milk.

    Always use a carrier oil before applying to the skin as it does have a warming affect to the skin.

    Avoid Sensitive Areas.

    Special Note: I use Amazon online to purchase ready to go products so I can maintain my natural skin care regime at all times, e.g travelling, working long hours, unable to get to the store... It is a good alternative without compromising my ideals.


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