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I love cinnamon in every form- cinnamon sticks, cinnamon powder, cinnamon essential oil. I love the taste, the smell, the emotions and images it brings to mind. We even like chewing on the sticks, and hey, they’re great for oral health.
Cinnamon essential oil is a great essential oil to have on hand, but one that often gets overlooked. It supports the liver and kidneys, metabolism, blood sugar levels. Cinnamon oil can be used internally, aromatically, and topically (although it should be diluted when used topically). It also contain anti-microbial properties, so it’s a great choice to add to homemade cleaning products.
Check out my short video on how we use cinnamon essential oil.
I know you’re going to want some cinnamon essential oil now, but if you’re still not comfortable using oils or want to learn more, check out my course Essential Oils 101. You’ll learn basic safety information on oils, how to use oils with children, and information on the six most common oils.
Make sure you’re following me on Facebook because this month I’m teaching all about essential oils. You can watch me Monday, Wednesday, and Friday mornings on Facebook or on Periscope. And if you really want to join the community, join my Facebook group where we discuss essential oils and herbs, share tips and remedies, and help each other live healthy naturally.
Until next time