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Cinnamomum Zeylanicum
Country of Origin: Ceylon
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The only caveat about cinnamon is that it includes cinnamldyde.
Cinnamaldhyde is an allergen. According to healthline, "
Cinnamon
is one of the most common spice allergy triggers."

More cool things to know about Cinnamon
Cinnamon has many vitamins!
A teaspoon of cinnamon has 68% of the recommended daily
manganese and a bonus of 8% calcium, 4 % iron and 3% of
Vitamin K according to Dr. Josh Axe who touts the benefits of
cinnamon's nutrition among the many
health benefits of cinnamon.

Prevent fungus from killing small seedlings with Cinnamon.
Dust your seedlings in cinnamon and you'll help avoid the fungus
that kills them. Use cinnamon as a rooting agent, according to
gardeningknowhow.com.


Other herbs include: Aloe (the cactus-like plant), olive oil.

Happy endings...
Cinnamon essential oil is a powerful
natural antiseptic that will
make you happier. You'll find cinnamon essential oil useful in
fighting infections including coughs, colds, and viral infections,
and providing comforting feelings of home.

  • Men are happier using cinnamon essential oils: Not only
    does it smell great, but cinnamon is actually an aphrodiasiac
    with some scientific basis.Guys suffering from erectile
    dysfunction may want to put away the Viagra. Give the
    reproductive organs the oxygen it needs when you increase
    your circulation with cinnamon essential oils!

  • People with diabetes are happier using cinnamon essential
    oils.

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Cinnamon was one of the essential oils mentioned in the bible!
Other essential oils mentioned in the bible include:
  1. Benzoin also called Onycha (Styrax benzoin)
  2. Cedarwood
  3. Cassia and Cinnamon
  4. Cypress
  5. Hyssop
  6. Frankincense
  7. Galbanum (Ferula gummosa). Biblical reference is Ex 30:34,
    Galbanum supports the immune, digestive, respiratory,
    circulatory, and other body systems. It is also useful as an
    aid for troubled or mature skin. A published absract says it is
    effective as a root canal disinfectant!
  8. Myrrrh. Myrrh is a resin. The first essential oil described in
    the bible is Myrhh (Genesis 37:25) in the story of Joseph. It
    is also the last essential oil used in the bible (Revelation 18:
    13).
  9. Myrtle
  10. Rose of Sharon (Cistus ladanifer)
  11. Sandalwood
  12. Spikenard
  13. Sweet calamus

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Above, Dr. Josh Axe talks about the top five benefits of Cinnamon Essential
Oil. Be sure to stop by
his Web site to get his free guide.

Dr. Axe outlines five benefits:
  1. Help balance your blood sugar. This means it's great for
    preppers with diabetes because it helps prevent blood sugar
    spikes.
  2. Anti-microbial properties to clean. Dr. Axe suggests
    making a spray with sweet orange essential oil. Dr. Axe
    suggests you can also use it in your toothpaste.
  3. Antioxidant. Behind only clove oil, cinnamon essential oil
    can protect your body against free radical damage.
  4. Supports weight loss. Add a drop of organic cinnamon leaf
    essential oil to your applesauce, for example.
  5. Increases energy level. To get the benefits of increased
    energy, Dr. Axe recommends you diffuse cinnamon leaf
    essential oil.

Our list goes beyond the top five uses of Cinnamon essential oil.

Cinnamon essential oil benefits
Cinnamon leaf essential has a warm, spicy and clove-like smell
that you'll love. You'll love adding cinnamon to your prepper's
medicine cabinet. Some of the many uses include:

Cinnamon essential use #1: antibiotic.
Cinnamon essential oil has antibiotic properties and is often
included as one of the key ingredients of
thieves oil, an essential
oil blend, which is well known as a germ fighter.

  • How to use cinnamon essential oil as an antibiotic.

Take a dietary supplement.

Cinnamon essential use #2: antifungal.
Cinnamon essential oil is a surprising antifungal. According to an
abstract published by the U.S. National Library of Medicine
National Institutes of Health, "
Several essential oils, including
eucalyptus, pine, cinnamon and lemon, have been shown to be
effective against Candida strain."

  • How to use cinnamon essential oil as an antifungal:
  • Yeast infections: Candida is the overgrowth of yeast and
    bad bacteria in the body. Symptoms include chronic fatigue,
    leaky gut, and a host of digestive problems. Cinnamon is
    one of the bitter herbs recommended by Dr. Josh Axe on
    how to cure candida.

Cinnamon essential oil use #3: anti-inflammatory.
Cinnamon reduces inflammation and provides quick relief from

Cinnamon is an anti-inflammatory -- it's known to reduce
inflammation in the body, but there's so much more.

  • How to use cinnamon essential oil as an anti-inflammatory:

Cinnamon essential oil use: #4: antibacterial.
Cinnamon essential oil is a valued home remedy for dental care.
In Ayurvedic medicine as well, practioners remedy a toothache
with cinnamon bark (Cinnamomum cassia). Cassia cinnamon can
inkindle a digestive "fire" and eliminate natural toxins in the GI
tract.

Essential oils are a legitimate way to fight bacteria, and in
particular, cinnamon essential oil works wonders. It makes a
great tasting toothpaste, but it's also extremely effective! The U.
S. National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health,
published an abstract proving essential oils have antibacterial
activity against strains of six bacterial species. The
list of
essential oils with antibacterial components includes cinnamon.

Bacteria causes tooth decay, which is among the principal ways
you can take advantage of cinnamon essential oil.

  • How to use cinnamon essential oil as an antibacterial: Use
    a cinnamon toothpaste or chew cinnamon gum! Cinnamon
    shows beneficial effects on oral health for dealing with
    toothaches, oral infections, and freshening breath. Spry
    cinnamon gum, right, also has xylitol. If you are so inclined
    you can make your own toothpaste.

Cinnamon essential oil use #5: antimicrobial.
Cinnamon Leaf essential oil has antimicrobial properties. An
antimicrobial, kills microorganisms or inhibits their growth.
Cinnamon has helped people suffering from an E. coli infection,
according to Dr. Josh Axe who cites a study from the Iran Journal
of Medicine. Dr. Axe suggests a home remedy of honey and
cinnamon.

Cinnamon Leaf essential oil* has been used for many years as
part of a popular cleaning blend, though modern society has all
but forgotten.

  • How to use cinnamon leaf essential oil as an
    antimicrobial. Dr. Axe suggests mixing Cinnamon Essential
    Oil with Sweet Orange Essential oils to clean. He also
    suggests diffusing it for added benefits.

Cinnamon essential oil use #6: antiseptic.
Antiseptics are antimicrobial substances, which are applied to
the skin to help prevent infection. Cinnamon Leaf essential oil is
a powerful
antiseptic and also has been considered useful with
infections including coughs, colds, and viral infections.

  • How to use cinnamon essential oil as an antiseptic.

Cinnamon essential oil use #7: antioxidant.
Cinnamon is a rich spice that's loaded with antioxidants, which
may help prevent coughs, colds and viral infections. Since
antiquity people have been using cinnamon as a means of
preserving food and as a flavoring enhancing spice.

It's no wonder your senses naturally draw you to this powerful
spice. Because Cinnamon oil is ultra concentrated with
antioxidants, it's also effective as a natural digestive aid. Some
say it can help with diarrhea.

  • How to use cinnamon as an antioxidant. Take
    supplements! Right is Cyelon Cinnamon, a dietary
    supplement packed with powerful antioxidants from
    cinnamon that's even higher than super foods like garlic or
    oregano.

Cinnamon essential oil use #8: disinfectant.
Cinnamon Leaf Oil (distinctly different from Cassia) is extremely
effective against antibiotic resistant bacteria, which makes a
powerful food safe nontoxic disinfectant to disinfect Kitchen
cupboards, inside refrigerators and toys.

  • How to use cinnamon essential oil as a disinfectant.

Cinnamon essential oil use #9: digestive support.
Cinnamon essential oil can help soothe nausea and indigestion,
and even helps with weight control.

  • How to use cinnamon essential oil for digestion: Take a
    dietary supplement or cook regularly with cinnamon!

  • How to use cinnamon essential oil for weight control.
    Cinnamon essential oil supports weight loss. Before crisis,
    preppers need to keep their weight optimal, so if you're a
    prepper who struggles with weight, then look to cinnamon
    to support your weight loss goals. Not only will cinnamon
    help decrease appetite, but it will also balance your insulin
    and blood sugar spikes. In short, you will balance your sugar
    levels and not crave sugary snacks. This may support your
    weight loss goals.

Cinnamon essential oil use #10: energy booster.
Cinnamon essential oil can boost your energy levels. Cinnamon is
well known to help regulate blood sugar levels of people with
diabetes. (Skip to #13 to learn how cinnamon essential oil helps
balance blood sugars.) Well regulated blood sugar means you'll
have more energy.

You don't have to eat cinnamon to gain the benefits of an energy
boost. You can use cinnamon essential oil!

Cinnamon Leaf Oil promotes circulation, helping to alleviate
aches and pains. As well, Cinnamon Leaf oil builds and maintains
a healthy immune system and has long been used to flavor food
and for its internal health benefits.

  • How to use Cinnamon essential oil to boost energy. Dr.
    Axe reconmends diffusing cinnamon essential if you're
    getting ready for a work out as it helps boost your energy
    levels.

Cinnamon essential oil use #11: improve heart
health.
Cinnamon Essential oil is heart healthy. Help keep your arteries
clear with cinnamon and cinnamon essential oil. This powerful
natural substance builds circulation and can keep dangerous
plaque from building up.

Ask your physician about cinnamon if you've suffered from a
heart attack or stroke and you'll learn how beneficial cinnamon
and cinnamon essential oils can be to improving your health and
vitality.

Cinnamon essential oil use #12: Ease joint pain.
Combine Cinnamon Leaf and Clove Bud with your favorite carrier
oil to help with the aches associated with aging joints.

Cinnamon Leaf Oil promotes circulation, helping to alleviate
aches and pains. As well, Cinnamon Leaf oil builds and maintains
a healthy immune system and has long been used to flavor food
and for its internal health benefits.

Cinnamon essential oil use #13: Combat illness.
In the video above, Dr. Josh Axe explains how cinnamon oil hs
been used since biblical times to make an annointing oil that
heals. It was the ancient way to heal seasonal illness along with
praying. The recipe is still alive today. The holy annointing oil is
a combination of sweet cinnamon oil, cassia oil, sweet calamus,
myrrh and olive oil used by priests:

    Exodus 30:22-25:  "Take thou also unto thee the chief
    spices, of flowing myrrh five hundred shekels, and of sweet
    sweet cinnamon half so much, even two hundred and fifty,
    and of sweet calamus two hundred and fifty, and of cassia
    five hundred, after the shekel of the sanctuary, and of olive
    oil a hin."

Cinnamon essential oil promotes a healthy immune response.
Diffuse cinnamon leaf essential oil the air to help combat
seasonal illness threats

Cinnamon essential oil use #14: Gets rid of bug!
Dr. Mercola suggests adding cinnamon leaf oil to a non-chemical
shampoo to
get rid of stubborn head lice.


Combine equal parts of Lemongrass, Lavender and Cinnamon
Leaf to help deter bugs.

Cinnamon essential oil use #15: balance blood sugar.
For thousands of years healers have used cinnamon to treat
common ailments, such as headaches or indigestion. Today
researchers are concluding that cinnamon is high in antioxidants
and can help
people with diabetes.

Cinnamon has a sweetness, which can help you curb your
appetite for sweets, but there's more good and happy news
about Cinnamon essential oils, particularly
if you're a diabetic
prepper.

If you or a loved one suffers from diabetes, there's good news
for you with Cinnamon essential oil because it helps you balance
your blood sugar. Known to help with the glucose tolerance
factor, Cinnamon essential oil, "
may be added to the long list of
natural products that can affect insulin sensitivity," according to  
study published in the U.S. National Library of Medicine, National
Institutes of health in an abstract published in March 2005. The
study listed fenugreek, cinnamon, cumin, and oregano essential
oils, to enhance insulin sensitivity.  The American Diabetes
Association agrees that
cinnamon improves glucose and lipids of
people with Type 2 Diabetes. They recommend taking six grams
per day. That's about 3/4 of teaspoon.

  • How to use Cinnamon Essential Oil* if you are a diabetic:
    Diffusing cinnamon essential oil is an ideal way to get the
    benefits for both types diabetics (Type I and Type II),
    hypoglycemics and anyone interested in better health.

    More ways to use cinnamon essential oil for diabetes:
  1. Culinary cinnamon essential oil

Confused about the different types of cinnamon?
There are two types of cinnamon oil: Cinnamon bark essential oil
and cinnamon leaf oil. Many feel Cinnamomum zeylanicum
(Ceylon from Sri Lanka) is the true cinnamon. A close cousin is
Cinnamomum verum. These are different from the familiar
American version of the spice Cinnamon Cassia. It is confusing,
but when looking for a cinnamon essential oil, you  must look for
the origin: Sri Lanka.

Cinnamon bark oil helps reduce inflammation as it increases
circulation, relieves depression, stimulates immune system,
increases libido and more. It fights viruses,

As a natural digestive aid, cinnamon bark oil fights parasites.
It also fights free radicals.

Never apply cinnamon bark oil directly to the skin without a
carrier oil. It's potent stuff!

Cinnamon is a component of
Thieves oil.
Cinnamon Essential Oil
Using cinnamon essential oils in prepping

You've been eating the wrong kind of cinnamon all these years!
Americans consume cinnamon cassia from China, which is sold as
cinnamon, and is cheaper.

The real stuff is from Sri Lanka, formerly Ceylon, and is called
Cinnamomum zeylanicum. (A close cousin is Cinnamomum
verum.) Ceylon cinnamon is highly prized because it is sweeter
and milder than the rest. It's also four times the price and for
good reason. Health practitioners recommend Ceylon cinnamon
because it has less coumarin in it than the other kinds of
cinnamon. Coumarin acts like a blood thinner and is known to
cause liver damage in high dosages.

It's like you've been eating an imposter all these years. So now
you know that the best cinnamon essential oil is Ceylon, not
Cassia. If you're going to enjoy the health benefits of cinnamon
as a medicinal supplement, be sure to look for Ceylon cinnamon,
or at least Cinnamomum verum, also pictured right.

Reasons to Stock Cinnamon Essential Oils
Now that you know that the true cinnamon is from Sri Lanka,
you'll seek out the coveted spice for your prepper's pantry and
now also your essential oils. Cinnamon is among the most
referenced of spices and essential oils in the bible.

The Old Testament touts cinnamon benefits within the context of
an anointing and perfuming oil, and Dr. Axe below explains...