Cinnamon benefits and uses

Don’t you just love the smell of cinnamon!  

There are so many great foods with cinnamon: Cinnamon Rolls, Cinnamon Toast, Cinnamon Oatmeal, Bread pudding has cinnamon, rice pudding and even French Toast!  Oh and coffee: Cinnamon Dulce Latte!  YUM!  Not only is Cinnamon yummy for your taste buds, like many natural herbs and spices, cinnamon ALSO has amazing health benefits and uses!

Cinnamon is an aromatic spice made

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bark of a tree.

*Possible Health benefits and uses of cinnamon: fungal infections, diabetes, MS, Alzheimer’s, brain function, digestion, bad breath, circulation, candida, UTI, chronic wounds, antimicrobial benefits.

*Cinnamon has a high rating on the ORAC score.

*If you have liver issues be careful with the use of cinnamon.

*Cinnamon Essential Oil encourages energy and strength.  I have read that Cinnamon Essential Oil transforms sadness into happiness. Just think about it… walking into a house where you can smell something that you know has cinnamon~  It makes the house feel so inviting!  It feels like love and home.  I know realtors who will burn a cinnamon spice candle or snickerdoodle candle~ OH Yeah Snickerdoodle cookies! YUMMY.

*Cinnamon Essential Oil is one of the Angelic Fragrances. Cinnamon Essential Oil is Joyful! The unknown exploration when we step with uncertainty and need assurance; the help is at hand if we need it. It is good for prosperity, protection and purification.

*Metaphysical uses: Clairvoyance, consecration, divination, energy, good luck, love, money, passion, peace, prosperity, protection, psychic development, success Other magical uses: communication, happiness, harmony, healing, inspiration, knowledge, meditation, purification, spirituality, tranquility.

In the Bible, Cinnamon was used in Holy Anointing Oil.

I have an essential oil recipe for immune support that uses cinnamon essential oil.  Click here to see that recipe~

Cinnamon vs Cassia: Due to the fact that Ceylon cinnamon is very expensive, most foods in the USA and Western Europe, including sticky buns, breads and other products use the cheaper Cassia cinnamon (dried Cassia bark).



**The information from Small Town Lady, LLC is for informational purposes only and should not be used to diagnose and treat diseases. If you have any health problems consult a healthcare practitioner before embarking on any course of treatment.


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