Cinnamon Essential oil: 5 benefits that will make you want to have it now!

Cinnamon Essential oil: benefits that will make you want to have it now!

Cinnamon essential oil has a beautiful scent and can be included in almost anything: from candles to skincare! But, what are its benefits?

Cinnamon oil is not only a pretty smell, in fact when used the right way it may have several benefits you did not even know existed! But you have to be careful, remember the cinnamon challenge? (and please, don’t try it, it could actually be dangerous), well, that is the perfect illustration of less is more, and the same goes for the bottle of cinnamon essential oil. You should use it in a blend with other essential oils that are soothing for the skin –like lavender oil, tea tree or patchouli oil– because if you apply it to your skin it can irritate.

Benefits

It improves circulation

It improves circulation.

Cinnamon is ideal for an ideal massage oil:  it can help to release muscle tenseness in the body and aid circulation. To play it safe, just make sure to use it with a carrier oil, like jojoba oil, rosehip oil, or coconut oil.

It is antiseptic, antimicrobial, anti-infectious, and immune-supportive

It is antiseptic, antimicrobial, anti-infectious, and immune-supportive

It is a safe and effective non-chemical additive that can be used to preserve products such as cosmetics and food.

it can be used for mouth health

It protects your teeth.

Cinnamon has the potential for reducing tooth decay and dental plaque. But do not swallow it, it might be dangerous. You can dilute it and use it as a mouth wash.

It may provide cold relief

It helps clear your nose.

The warming aroma of cinnamon oil via a diffuser can be a helpful aid for opening up the throat and nostrils.

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Victoria Thais

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