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Cinnamon, the common spice, sold in the United States is typically the close cousin Cassia which also is extracted as an effective essential oil with somewhat similar characteristics. True Cinnamon essential oil has more intense properties, is more costly, and some feel more effective. I like to add Cinnamon Essential Oil to my smoothies, oatmeal or hot tea.
Uses and Benefits of Cinnamon Bark Essential Oil:
• Used in mouth rinses
• May promote healthy circulation*
• Long used to flavor food
Cinnamon Essential Oil
Well-known for its use as a spice, Cinnamon Bark Essential Oil also has many health benefits.* It supports a healthy metabolic function,* maintains a healthy immune system,* and has long been used to flavor food. For aromatic, topical, or dietary use. Dilute if applied topically.
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