Cinnamon Usage

  • Delights every dish on earth; cheese cake, pudding, cookies, rice, pasta, noodles, dhal /tofu/ potato/spinach/cauliflower curries ….. Simply everything you cook!


  • Great with tea, coffee, milk shake smoothies. Dip in a cinnamon quill or add a spoon of powder to your usual beverage and experiment with the sweet sensation

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  • Prepare Chai (i.e. Milk tea mixed with spices) and Mulled wine

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  • Cinnamon Leaf Oil / Bark Oil – use for steam inhalation, gargle as mouth wash, oil massages / foot soak, to make facial scrub with olive oil & orange, additives in soaps and non-chemical shampoo


Cinnamon quills/powder/tea  is safe to consume internally, but it is not so for cinnamon bark oil and leaf oil. Use cinnamon oils properly diluted as directed by a qualified health practitioner (eg: one drop of oil to a glass of water) when applying on skin / hair, using as mouth wash, making facial scrub or foot soak. When applying cinnamon leaf / bark oil directly, blend it with safe carrier oils, such as coconut oil, olive oil, or almond oil.

Never ingest cinnamon bark / leaf oil without the instruction of a qualified health practitioner. Pregnant women and nursing mothers should avoid using cinnamon bark / leaf oil as it may induce menstruation, which is dangerous for the unborn child.

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  • Cinnamon Leaf Oil – Use as a disinfectant in cleaning toilets, kitchens, door knobs etc. as it has strong germ killing properties


  • Cinnamon Leaf Oil – Use as an insect repellent for household insects (black ants, mosquitoes, roaches, and flies)