Enhance the Effectiveness of Aromatherapy Treatments!
Cinnamon oil has many therapeutic properties but is not deemed as popular as some of the other essential oils such as Lavender or Rosemary oil although it has many positive aspects which could be beneficial around the house or home. Cinnamon oil is obtained directly from the leaves and the bark of the tree and like all other essential oils, it is important to check its positive qualities prior to purchase. Fortunately, for those who are really keen to learn more about aromatherapy and all of its many uses, there are many good books available either through local retail outlets or via specialist websites and these books will detail all of the main facts relating to individual essential oils including Cinnamon oil.
Cinnamon oil can be used in the following ways:
- As a room freshener because it has a pleasant aroma and is often used to freshen tired potpourris.
- Good for prevention and healing of infections as it has anti-bacterial and anti-fungal qualities.
- Can be a sexual stimulant
- Aids blood circulation.
- Cinnamon oil should not be applied on the face or any sensitive area and indeed, before applying to the skin, sensitivity testing should take place to detect any adverse reaction. Always dilute the oil before adding to skin.
- It enhances the speed and effectiveness at which other essential oils work.
- Cinnamon oil blends well with other essential oils such as: Lavender, Lemon, Cardamom, and Geranium and Rosemary essential oil.
It is important that care and respect should be taken when using essential oils initially as many are very powerful and when used in the correct way, can promote positive health. There are many ways of using oils and these include in an oil burner, vaporiser, light ring or mixing for massage oils or rubs. Do not be afraid to experiment as much of the fun of aromatherapy is about learning what works best for you, but always read up on the individual properties including all those related to Cinnamon oil prior to purchase.