Cinnamon Essential Oil (Bark) History – Uses and Benefits

Cinnamomum zeylanicum, Cinnamon’ Bark essential oil’s botanical name, comes from trees native to China and Southeast Asia. Its use is recorded in Chinese journals as early as 2700 B.C. During the middle ages, the Arabs that traded Cinnamon preserved their monopoly of the spice trade by claiming it was harvested from the nest of ferocious birds while under attack. Many believe Cinnamon attracts wealth and prosperity.

Obtained from its bark or leaf, the reddish brown spicy oil warms the heart with its ability to help the melancholia and lift one’s spirit from depression caused by lethargy and lack of vitality.

Cinnamon Oil Uses and Benefits are amazing.


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