12. 06. 2006
No, you don't gnaw on it, though I can understand the temptation. eZoetic recommends you dilute a drop in a liquid, such as goat's milk, or apply to your skin and have it absorb that way. Think how "Christmassy" you'll smell. Historically, cinnamon was so popular it was the main reason behind the occupation of Ceylon by first the Portuguese, then the Dutch, and then the British. Who remembers that from 4th grade history?
Why essential oils?:
Young Living's therapeutic-grade essential oils deliver positive benefits to the body through smell, direct absorption into the skin, and by normal digestive processes. Antiseptic, calming, stimulating, soothing, Young Living's essential oils bring balance to all systems of the body.
I just like the idea of smelling like a cinnamon cookie during the holiday season.
$26.97 at eZoetic.
Note: Deb from eZoetic writes to say: "eZoetic notes "Always dilute before applying to the skin. It's also an oil that can be used in a diffuser, or mixed into plain, unscented
massage oil for a wonderful uplifting aroma."