Latin name: Cinnamomum zeylanicum
Origin: India
Part used: cinnamon bark
Application: indoor and outdoor
Chemotype: cinnamal

Capacity: 10 ml

Originally from Sri Lanka, cinnamon is a spice that is highly valued around the world and has been used for centuries for its therapeutic benefits. It was used in oriental massages and baths to stimulate the body, improve blood circulation and restore sexual vitality. A bath with the addition of cinnamon oil revitalized the body and mind, effectively combating physical and mental fatigue as well as weakness.

Cinnamon oil has been widely used since ancient times in the treatment of various ailments. In Ayurvedic and Chinese medicine, it is added to warming analgesic ointments, preparations for intestinal infections, diarrhea, weakness, stomach pain, fever, irregular menstruation, for insect bites, cystitis, digestive problems, colic, vomiting, intestinal parasites, yeast infections, mycosis, muscle spasms, flatulence, rheumatic pains and many other ailments.

Magical application: It releases the sex chakra, strengthens the fire element, has a positive effect on the psyche and the spiritual sphere. It sharpens the vision and reveals the unknown, the future. It affects the subconscious.


Before we reach for cinnamon oil, it is recommended to take certain precautions and not to use large doses. 


Without medical advice, it is not recommended for pregnant and lactating women, young children and people with sensitive skin.


You should never use it pure on your skin, but always diluted. Contact with the eyes and mucous membranes should be avoided.

Do not pour directly into the bath, as it may irritate or even burn the skin. Do not inhale the rising vapors directly from the bottle as this may cause headaches and nausea.

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