All About Cinnamon Bark Essential Oil
Cinnamon Bark essential oil has a spicy and sweet cinnamon aroma.
This essential oil is very popular to use in the autumn and winter months.
Cinnamon Bark has many benefits such as comforting the digestive system and opening the sinuses to support the respiratory system. It is also great to add to natural cleaners.
Cinnamon Bark Vitality tastes great when used in recipes and can replace the cinnamon you have in your cabinet.
Let’s learn more about Cinnamon Bark and where it comes from. But first, pin this page for later.
Where Does Cinnamon Bark Essential Oil Come From?
Young Living gets their cinnamon bark from the Cinnamomun zeylanicum, also known as True Cinnamon Tree, that resigns in Sri Lanka. True Cinnamon Tree is a tropical and evergreen tree.
The outside part of the cinnamon bark is steam distilled for the highest quality oil.
This essential oil can burn your skin if applied topically undiluted. Make sure you dilute with a carrier oil before using on the skin.
Three Benefits of Cinnamon Bark
- Cinnamon Bark is great to use when you need to comfort your digestive system.
- Cinnamon Bark is an uplifting scent that can boost your mood when needed.
- The taste of Cinnamon Bark in cooking and baking is excellent. The flavor is stronger and purer than ground cinnamon.
Three Ways I Use Cinnamon Bark
- My favorite way to use Cinnamon Bark is to diffuse during the fall and winter months for a festive aroma. I also like blending it with oils such as Clove, Nutmeg, Ginger, Orange, And Lemon to create a great festive fragrance.
- I add a drop of Cinnamon Bark Vitality to my Young Living Vanilla Spice Protein Powder for a great Vanilla-Cinnamon flavor. This is one of my favorite ways to use Young Living’s Vitality oils.
- Whenever I am having digestive problems I diffuse Cinnamon Bark to comfort myself.