Listed in Dioscorides' De Materia Medica (AD 78), Europe's first authoritive guide to medicines, that became the standard reference work for herbal treatments for over 1,700 years. Cinnamon was reputed to be part of the "Marseilles Vinegar" or "Four Thieves Vinegar" used by grave-robbing bandits to protect themselves during the 15th century plague.
Cinnamon is called the "Oil of Sexual Harmony" as it assists with the acceptance of ones body and helps to embrace ones physical attractiveness. In that, it invites individuals to be honest and vulnerable for true intimacy to emerge.
Topical: Always dilute at least 1:4 with organic vegetable oil - apply 1-2 drops on location, chakras, vita flex points
May cause skin irritation and nasal membranes if inhaled directly from the diffuser or bottle.
If pregnant or under a doctor's care, consult your physician.
Keep out of reach of children.
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