Properties: Antibacterial, antidepressant, antifungal, anti-infectious (intestinal, urinary), antiinflammatory, antimicrobial, antioxidant, antiparasitic, antiseptic, antispasmodic (light), antiviral, astringent, immune-stimulant, purifier, sexual stimulant, and warming. It also enhances the action and activity of other oils.
Historical Uses: This most ancient of spices was included in just about every prescription issued in ancient China. It was regarded as a tranquilizer, tonic, and stomachic and as being good for depression and a weak heart.
French Medicinal Uses: Sexual stimulant, tropical infection, typhoid, vaginitis.
Other Possible Uses: This oil may be beneficial for circulation, colds, coughs, digestion, exhaustion, flu, infections, rheumatism, and warts. This oil fights viral and infectious diseases, and testing has yet to find a virus, bacteria, or fungus that can survive in its presence.
Body System(s) Affected: Immune System.
Usage Instructions Application: Apply to Vita Flex Points and directly on area of concern. Best if diluted with V-6 Oil, as the high amount of phenols can irritate the skin.
Safety Data: Repeated use can result in extreme contact sensitization. Avoid during pregnancy. Can cause extreme skin irritation. Diffuse with caution; it will irritate the nasal membranes if it is inhaled directly from the diffuser. Use extreme caution when diffusing cinnamon bark because it may burn the nostrils if you put your nose directly next to the nebulizer of the diffuser.
Blend Classification: Personifier.
Blends With: All citrus oils, cypress, frankincense, geranium, juniper, lavender, rosemary, and all spice oils.
Odor: Type: Base Note (5–60% of the blend); Scent: Spicy, warm, sweet; Intensity: 5.
Frequency: Traditionally thought to have a frequency that attracted wealth.