Properties: Success, healing, protection, love, abundance, amplification, spiritual development, vitality, purification
Folk names: Sweet Wood, Ceylon Cinnamon
Botanical Name: Cinnamomum verum
Cinnamon, part of the Laurel family, is harvested from the bark of Ceylon trees, a small evergreen tree native to tropical southern India, Sri Lanka and Indonesia. Cinnamon has a very long history of cultural and metaphysical use. Cinnamon bark was used in Chinese temple incenses, meant to purify and sanctify the space. The Egyptians used it to purify the body and it was among the many herbs used in the mummification process. In ancient Hebrew culture, it was used as part of a holy anointing oil used to consecrate altars and other holy items. Cinnamon can be burned as an incense to raise spiritual vibration, aid in healing and to stimulate psychic powers. It is also known as the spice of love, which makes it a great addition to love workings. Cinnamon can also be added to teas, sachets or made into an anointing oil, which can be a great addition to prosperity or success spells.
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