Cinnamon essential oil (Cinnamomum Zeylanicum), a gift from the king, whose presence on the table was directly proportional to the magnificence of the court.
According to the Ministry of Health it is an antioxidant and supports the metabolism of carbohydrates. It has digestive functions and benefits intestinal transit by also eliminating air.
Very powerful antibacterial, it was used for the preservation of meat. Activates thermogenesis thus favoring the transformation of fats into energy. In Naturopathy it is recommended to clear the respiratory tract, promote digestion, and eliminate abdominal swelling. Read the in-depth information sheet on the properties of Cinnamon by Doctor Matteo Politi.
It can be used in massage both to soothe muscle pain and as an anti-cellulite, in fact it has a toning action in favor of the circulatory system, has a powerful lipolytic and stimulating action on the circulation.
Excellent in the kitchen to flavor sweets, syrups, and EVO oil, try it in the “Essentia” spray version.
Considered an aphrodisiac, it keeps sadness at bay, that sense of uselessness that causes the blocking of any initiative.
- Room diffuser: to choose between 2 and 5 drops in 100 ml. of water.
- Bathtub: we recommend 5 drops of essential oil (to always dilute in a handful of salt or vegetable oil to prevent them from evaporating).
- Massages: we recommend diluting 1 drop of essential oil in a tablespoon of carrier oil.
- Food use: we recommend 1/2 drops every 100 gr. of food to be flavoured and added at the end of cooking (we suggest to always start with the lowest recommended dose to possibly increase the drops in the future). This essential oil also goes very well in some cocktails
Warnings: Do not use in case of chronic diseases, pregnant and breastfeeding. If in doubt, consult a doctor / naturopath. This essential oil can irritate the skin, so be careful