Cinnamon bark is regarded as one of the strongest antibacterial agents known. It is useful for resisting viral infections and contagious diseases. For these reasons, it is great for diffusers!
Cinnamon bark oil is used in pharmaceutical preparations as a carminative (agent that settles the digestive system & gas). Often included in mouthwash, nasal sprays, and toothpaste.
Cinnamon bark is very warming. An awesome oil to relieve aches and chills in the early stages of colds sand flu.
Cinnamon bark is classified as a hot and stimulating remedy.
Will stimulate circulation, generate warmth, & support the immune system.
Warming and relieves pain.
Cinnamon bark oil is regarded as an excellent gastrointestinal stimulant. It calms spasms of the digestive tract, relieves conditions such as flatulence, diarrhea, nausea and vomiting.
Plant Parts: Bark
Botanical Family: Lauraceae
Chemical Family: Aldehydes
Country of Origin: Zanzibar
Method of Extraction: Steam distillation
Cultivation Method: Wild crafted
Aroma: Spicy & Warm
Note Classification: Top/Middle
Cinnamon Bark oil has been reported to be a severe skin irritant. External use – dilution should not be more than 1%. Don’t use internally if pregnant.