doTERRA cinnamon essential oil is great for cleansing and immune boosting as well as adding mad flava to your desserts.
Did You Know?
Cinnamon essential oil comes from the bark of the evergreen tree and this tree can grow up to 45 feet tall! 😀
The Main Problem That We All Face
Have you ever felt like something was missing from your favorite dessert? Having any muscle discomfort? Cinnamon oil can not only help in these two areas, but the oil also has some other really great uses.
Top 5 Cinnamon Essential Oil Uses
1.) Promotes circulation: Apply 1 table spoon of fractionated coconut oil with 1-2 drops of cinnamon oil and massage into the area of concern for best results.
2.) Boosts your immune system: You get to take the immune system of the evergreen and apply it to your own immune system. How sweet is that? 🙂
3.) Promotes oral health: Cinnamon oil is a super strong cleansing solution and should be used with caution so you don’t burn your lip or tongue. With that said, putting 1 drop in a cup a tea and drinking slowly is a good way to enjoy it.
4.) Helps alleviate sore muscles and joints: Cinnamon oil warms up nicely and helps your body draw attention to the area of concern.
5.) Flavors food nicely: This oil goes great in oatmeal, smoothies, or anything that is a sweat treat needing a little more of a flavor boost.
Cinnamon Essential Oil Blend Well With
1.) Wild orange essential oil: Very uplifting and detoxifying. Pairs well with Cinnamon as a DIY Holiday joy blend.
2.) Patchouli essential oil: Helps with insect bites and stretch marks. Combines with cinnamon for a unique aroma.
3.) Myrrh essential oil: Known for it’s digestive and emotional balance benefits. Love cinnamon and this oil together.
Cinnamon oil has many culinary uses in desserts like pies, cakes, brownies, and anything needing a little more flava! I love using this oil since it’s has a lot of different topical and internal health benefits.
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