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Botanical name: cinnamomum cassia (bark) and cinnamomum zeylanicum (leaf)
Use: As a breath freshener, for respiratory, skin, blood, and various heart disorders
Perfume Note: Base
Blends well with: Clove, Frankincense, Ginger, Myrrh, Patchouli, Sweet Orange
Source: leaves, twigs and branches
Production method: macerating the bark, then distilling
Aromatherapy benefits: warming, energizing, focusing, revitalizing
Aroma type: aromatic, sweet, pungent, spicy
Warning: do not use apply directly on the skin as it can be irritating
Safety Information: Do not use during pregnancy.

Cinnamon has been used in many cultures to treat a variety of health disorders including diarrhea, arthritis, menstrual cramps, heavy menstruation, yeast infections, colds, flu, and digestive problems. Cinnamon is used all over the world for the treatment of a variety of health disorders including respiratory problems, skin infections, blood impurity, and various heart disorders.

Cinnamon Leaf Oil

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