Cinnamon Essential Oil


Cinnamomum zeylanicum

Cinnamon bark is known for its antibacterial and relaxation qualities. Cinnamon can help promote a healthy immune system and a healthy blood sugar level.* It also adds a great flavor to baking and cooking.


  • Aromatic
  • Topical
  • Internal



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Cinnamon bark has been used throughout history as a means to improve allover health and good organ function. It’s qualities have been known to help maintain a regular digestive, circulatory, metabolic, and immune system. It can also regulate the kidney and urinary tract, when ingested regularly.* Besides internal benefits, cinnamon can also help relax tired and cramping muscles that can tighten up during cold weather. Gargling or drinking a hot beverage with a single drop of this oil can help relieve a sore throat during illness. Cinnamon tastes great when added to sweet, baked goods or savory dishes that need a warm spice note.


  • Dilute one to two drops with a carrier oil and massage into sore muscles
  • Add a drop to toothpaste and brush before bed for fresh breath
  • Gargle a drop mixed with tea or water to sooth a sore throat and promote a healthy immune system*

Directions for Use

  • Aromatic: Add three to four drops to a diffuser of your choice.
  • Topical: Dilute one to two drops with a carrier oil before massage into muscles. Add to toothpaste before brushing teeth.
  • Internal: Dilute each drop with four ounces of water before ingesting.

Primary Benefits

  • Loosens tight, cold muscles that are sore
  • Regulates healthy kidney and urinary tract function*
  • Kills mouth bacteria for fresher breath*

Aromatic Description

  • Earthy, warm, spicy

Collection Method

  • Steam Distillation

Plant Part

  • Bark

Main Constituents

  • Cinnameldehyde, Eugenol


Cinnamon bark essential oil should always be diluted by some means, or else it will irritate sensitive skin and tissues. If you’re pregnant or nursing, consult your doctor before using it. Never use it to replace a prescribed medication.