Cinnamon Bark

 
Please note that Cinnamon oil is very strong and hot and needs to diluted a great deal when used on the skin. An 8% dilution produced dermal irritation in 4 out of 5 test subjects.

Cinnamon bark essential oil is high in cinnamaldehyde, it is this component that can cause sensitisation. Irritation and sensitisation are different. Irritation is proportional to the irritant and the reaction is immediate. Sensitivity is an allergic reaction that occurs on subsequent exposures and is disproportionate to the to the material causing the reaction.
The taste of Cinnamon Bark essential oil is of course very hot, but it is surprisingly sweet as well.
Cinnamon oil is a very strong germicide. Very effective against bacteria and fungi. Cinnamon oil can be used as an inhalant and in massage as a stimulant and antiseptic for the respiratory system as a tonic that eases colds. Used internally to treat colitis, gas, nausea and other digestive complaints. The recorded LD50 is 3.4 ml/kg. This is the dose that proved fatal for one half the subjects.

The aroma increases your ability to tap into your psychic minds and to increase your financial prosperity.

Blend 2 parts Frankincense and Cinnamon, 1 part Bay, Rosemary and Ambrette to wear when honoring the God during ritual.

Cinnamon bark oil has a reputation of being a sensitiser -actually it's the cinnamaldehyde. Irritation and sensitisation are different. Irritation is proportional to the irritant and the reaction is immediate. Sensitivity is an allergic reaction that occurs on subsequent exposures and is disproportionate to the to the material causing the reaction.
Cinnamon was one of the most important spices driving global exploration in the 15th and 16th centuries. More valuable than gold at times.

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  • Steam Distilled