Cinnamomum zeylanicum, Cinnamon’s botanical name, comes from trees native to China and Southeast Asia. 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 is revered for its antiseptic properties and is best known for the treatment of stomach ailments including a sluggish digestive system, flatulence, and intestinal disorders. Other ways for how to use cinnamon essential oil is for head lice, concentration, athlete’s foot, candida, lower blood glucose, and muscle aches and pain.
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