Cinnamon Granules

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Botanical Name: Cinnamomum burmanii

Cinnamon is a spice commonly used in cooking, but it also has spiritual and clinical uses.

In spiritual practices, cinnamon is often used as an incense or added to rituals and spells to attract love, prosperity, and protection. It is also believed to enhance psychic abilities and purify spaces.

In clinical settings, cinnamon is used to treat a variety of health conditions. It has been shown to have anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and antimicrobial properties, making it helpful in treating conditions such as arthritis, indigestion, and infections.

Cinnamon’s magic properties include protection, money, strength, love, amplification, divination and connection to ancestors and spirit world.
Cinnamon is plant that has long been associated with magic and protection. Cinnamon is still used in magical practices today, often in spells and charms designed to protect the home or workplace from harm.

Description

Cinnamon, also known as Cinnamomum verum, Cinnamomum zeylanicum, or true cinnamon, is a tropical evergreen tree native to Sri Lanka and the southern coast of India. It has a long history of use in traditional medicine, cooking, and religious rituals.

In traditional Ayurvedic medicine, cinnamon is considered to be warming and drying, and is thought to have a pungent taste and a sweet aftertaste. It is believed to have a positive effect on the Kapha and Vata doshas, and is used to support digestion and circulation.

Cinnamon has a long history of use in spiritual and religious practices. In ancient Egypt, it was used as an offering to the gods and was also believed to have protective powers. In the Bible, it is mentioned as an ingredient in anointing oil and as a spice for incense. Cinnamon is also used in Hindu and Buddhist rituals and is believed to have purifying and protective properties.

Cinnamon is rich in a number of medicinal compounds, including cinnamaldehyde, cinnamyl acetate, and cinnamyl alcohol. These compounds have been shown to have antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and antimicrobial properties. Cinnamon has been traditionally used to support digestion, reduce inflammation, and improve circulation. It has also been studied for its potential to lower blood sugar levels and reduce the risk of heart disease.

Cinnamon is typically harvested from the bark of the tree, which is stripped off and allowed to dry in the sun. The bark is then ground into a powder, which can be used in cooking or as a medicinal supplement.

The recommended dosage of cinnamon varies depending on the form it is taken in and the specific condition being treated. It is generally recommended to start with a lower dosage and gradually increase as needed. As with any supplement, it is important to speak with a healthcare provider before taking cinnamon, as it may interact with certain medications or cause allergic reactions in some people.

Cinnamon should be stored in a cool, dry place and kept away from light and moisture to preserve its potency.

References:

“Cinnamon” by Mayo Clinic
“Cinnamon: A Nutritive and Medicinal Spice” by Shabnam K. Goyal and M.L. Goyal in Journal of Medicinal Food
“Cinnamon: A Review of Its Traditional and Modern Uses” by Tariq A. Al-Qahtani and Muhammad I. Ageel in Journal of the Saudi Society of Agricultural Sciences

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*This product is not intended to cure any type of disease or replace any prescription medication you are currently taking. This product nor these statements have been approved by the FDA. Please be aware of any herbal allergies you may have prior to consumption. this information is provided for educational purposes only. We recommend speaking with your healthcare physician before beginning any kind of herbal regime.*

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Weight

.5 oz, 1 oz, 4 oz