Cinnamon is one of the most widely recognized of the spices and shares our everyday lives with us from the oatmeal that we sprinkle it on to the crowning glory garnish of the best lattes, cinnamon will long continue to be the kitchen companion we’d be lost without. As a perfume Cinnamon brings beautiful depth with its warm and spicy influence. Cinnamon mixes well with other essential oils and can be used in conjunction with orange, frankincense and ylang ylang. Cinnamon has several health benefits. By adding a teaspoon of Cinnamon to your diet every day can actually reduce your risk of heart disease by lowering the amount of bad cholesterol in the body and also helps to lower the blood sugar in diabetics. Cinnamon is also known to be an antibacterial and fungicide and is effective in the treatment of the candida bacteria variety. In addition to Cinnamon being a great spice to perk up and liven the senses it also is effective in the treatment of lice, tooth hygiene and care, bee stings and wart removal. It also helps to stimulate circulation and is great in the relief of rheumatoid arthritis. Also aids in slow digestion, heals intestinal infection and ailments and helps to relieve diarrhea. Helps to fight infection against colds and influenza.